Delay Spray

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Frequently Asked Questions

As long as your sperm enters the vagina, your partner can still become pregnant.

 

However, if you ejaculate before penetration, your partner won’t be able to conceive - this might occur frequently if premature ejaculation is a problem for you.

 

The pressure of trying to have a baby may be causing you anxiety and stress, which can make your premature ejaculation more severe.

 

If you and your partner are trying to conceive and premature ejaculation is getting in the way, speak to your doctor for advice and suitable treatments.

Premature ejaculation is more common in males in their teens and early twenties - in fact, most men will experience it at some point in their lives.

 

Younger men are likely to be less sexually experienced or feel unease in sexual situations, causing premature ejaculation; it generally takes longer to ejaculate when you get older.

 

It only becomes a problem if it occurs for the majority of the time when you’re sexually intimate with your partner.

There are multiple treatment options for premature ejaculation, ranging from behavioural techniques, wearing a thick condom to reduce the sensation on the penis, or medication like Priligy which works to delay your ejaculation time.

 

When you dedicate yourself to treatment, most men will recover from premature ejaculation, but if the problem persists, speak to your healthcare provider to find a solution that works for you.

Premature ejaculation is when a man ejaculates too quickly during sex, and it’s considered a common problem.

 

The average time for ejaculation is 5 and a half minutes, but it may be longer for men who have sex with men.

 

You may have premature ejaculation if you regularly ejaculate within 1 minute of entering your partner, but it’s up to the two of you to decide whether it’s a problem or not.