The urologists at the ED Specialists of Arizona have helped men cope with the effects of premature ejaculation (PE) and improve their sexual health with an array of urology services for over 15 years.
Rapid ejaculation on an occasional basis may not be cause for concern, as various physical and emotional situations can contribute to climax times. However, when a man is prematurely ejaculating over a sustained period, a Board Certified Urologist should be consulted for treatment options.
Premature ejaculations can affect the sexual pleasure, emotional connections and overall relationships of men or sexual partners. A partner may feel deprived of sexual fulfillment when the duration of activity is reduced by premature orgasms. Shorter periods of sexual intercourse may also limit the emotional connection that couples can establish through intimacy.
There are multiple causes of premature ejaculations that can stem from various physical and psychological factors. Lowered levels of the hormone Serotonin have been linked to early ejaculation. Research suggests that low serotonin levels in the brain can cause men to prematurely ejaculate, while higher levels producer longer thresholds.
A man’s emotional state may also contribute to conditions such as premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction. The stress of unrealistic sexual expectations, along with depression and limited experience of intimacy can all promote PE.
Premature Ejaculation Treatments
Premature ejaculation therapies include medical and psychological treatments. Effective treatment results of premature ejaculation may involve one or several methods.
The urologists at the ED Specialists of Arizona will diagnose and prescribe the most suitable treatments for various cases of premature ejaculation.
Medical treatment of premature ejaculation may entail anti-depressant prescriptions to improve mental wellness, which can prevent premature orgasms. Premature ejaculation creams may also be suitable for particular individuals
The experienced urologists at the ED Specialists of Arizona can diagnose and advise of the most appropriate medical treatment for premature ejaculations.
Sexual Behavior Therapies:
Through the use of specialized exercises that provide short-term solutions to early orgasm urges, techniques that manually stimulate the penis and then delay ejaculation are among those used. These methods allow a premature ejaculation patient to gradually gain control of orgasmic activity.
Psychology of Premature Ejaculation:
Psychological therapy may play a role in treating premature ejaculations. A man may have past events that are affecting his sexual health. Through psychological treatment of quick ejaculations, men can identify historical factors that reduce confidence and the ability to sexually perform.