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TEMPE, a topical spray for premature ejaculation

TEMPE, a topical spray for premature ejaculation

Although there can certainly be some objection to numbing agents as a solution, TEMPE might be worth a try.

And a link to some discussion of it.


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avocet8

Just remember to wear a condom so that lovey doesn’t get numb too (although it might be the way to go in certain anal situations)

Good point, bbc.


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avocet8

I wonder when it will be available to the public. I’m willing to try.

Think I read somewhere that it’s available in the UK. Don’t know about US and Canada or Europe.


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avocet8

As you pointed out avocet, a delay spray has many problems. The biggests one for me is that it doesn’t go anyway towards actually solving the problem, and tackles the symptom, a shot at a time. It’s a plaster on the problem.


Cheers,

Zig

Yeah, it doesn’t solve the problem but it can help. I’m almost certain my problem is psychological because I have dreams of myself in sexual situations and I prematurely ejaculate in my dreams and the ejaculation carries over to a physical wet dream. There was no physical stimulation to my penis nor was it full erect in real life so my brain is conditioned to worry about premature ejaculation and it happens in my dreams. Therefore, desensitizing the penis really has limited effect. Its the idea of my conscience knowing that I’m in a sexual situation regardless of any sensation to my penis.

<smack> stupid brain

I don’t see the difference between this spray and any other penis numbing spray or cream. And there are already many brands of those on the market.

BTW, tmar89,
I think you have an interesting point there about wet dreams. I too ejaculate prematurely in them as well. Yet I don’t see the proof that the condition is psychologically based. Ejaculation doesn’t begin in the penis. It’s a response of our glands and nerve system to both physical and psychological stimulation. The way I see it is that our organism can’t stand being in a highly aroused and stimulated state and responds with ejaculation.

Nemanja,

But that is my point. The nervous system is rooted in the brain and your mental state affects the way your nervous system works. For instance, butterflies in your stomach is a response when you are instantly alerted. You physically didn’t do anything but your senses are alerted and your brain reacts by shooting electricity down your spine and your muscles, organs, etc. react. Same thing with premature ejaculation from a wet dream. Normally, your brain knows that you desire an (ejaculatory) orgasm when you stimulate the penis (ie, masturbation, intercourse, etc). Therefore, the nerves in your penis or around alert your brain and your brain responds by sending the signal to your sexual organs to orgasm and ejaculate. However in a wet dream, that initial connection from the penis to the brain is not there. It comes from another part of your brain where nerves are stimulated by dreams. Therefore to get the process started in your brain to orgasm can come from multiple sources, proving that it doesn’t require physical stimulation to have an orgasm. Hence, for people like myself, numbing solutions do nothing for me.

I’m not discounting them, I’m just saying for myself, it doesn’t work. There have been times when I am over my g/f with an erection that instantly reached 9.5/10 without direct stimulation and I just though about how it was going to feel to have her wrap her hands around my penis or to feel inside of her and I’ve ejaculated from just the thought. That’s the frustrating part. I don’t want to ejaculate but my brain thinks I do.

tmar89,

well, I don’t know what to say. So far I have tested a numbing cream only in masturbation, I have yet to try it with a girl, but in my test it worked perfectly.
As for the other part of the discussion, as far as I know, when something is a reaction of a nerve system it doesn’t mean that it is psychological reaction. Those are two completely different things.
I don’t believe in significance of psychological causes of premature ejaculation.

I have three words for you all, Indian God Lotion. It’s a spray and it works.

Got it and it doesn’t work for me. Burns my penis and its very uncomfortable. I never lose any sensation.

Penis spray saves blushes

Penis spray saves blushes
Last updated: Wednesday, January 31, 2007

A topical anaesthetic spray that’s applied to the penis delays ejaculation by five times as long and could offer a new treatment for men with premature ejaculation, European researchers report.

The phase 2 study by researchers in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands included 54 heterosexual men, ages 18 to 75, who reported that they normally ejaculated within an average of one minute after vaginal penetration. Some of the men were prescribed the TEMPE spray (a combination of lidocaine and prilocaine), while others were prescribed a placebo spray.

Ejaculation delayed by 4 mins
The men who received the TEMPE (Topical Eutectic Mixture for Premature Ejaculation) spray were able to delay ejaculation by just under an extra four minutes, while those in the placebo group delayed ejaculation by just over an extra 40 seconds.

The findings are published in the February issue of the BJU International urology journal.

In the study, three metered doses of the spray were applied to the glans of the penis 15 minutes before intercourse. The doses delivered a total of 22.5 mg of lidocaine and 7.5 mg of prilocaine.

Three of the 54 men who used the TEMPE spray reported numbness in their penis, one was unable to get an erection, and one of the men’s partners reported a burning sensation each time the spray was used.

“At the moment, only a small number of men with premature ejaculation seek or receive treatment from a health care professional, and the lack of effective pharmacological treatment is a contributing factor,” study co-author Dr Michael Wyllie of Plethora Solutions Ltd. (which makes the TEMPE spray), said in a prepared statement.

These study results suggest that TEMPE may offer an effective treatment for premature ejaculation, he said.

http://www.health24.com/news/Erecti…1-908,39095.asp

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