Premature Ejaculation Treatments
Our Approach to PE Treatment
We believe that the best treatment is personalized and customized. That’s why all our treatments start with a quick but thorough one-on-one consultation with one of our medical providers. Our providers listen to your challenges, take your history into account, recommend testing and lab work as needed, and then develop a customized treatment plan designed to effectively resolve premature ejaculation.
You’ll meet with one of our qualified medical providers. You and your provider will discuss your experiences with PE, as well as your history and any related factors.
Unlike a typical doctor’s office, there’s no waiting time at Universal Men’s Clinic and the process is confidential.
Testing & Treatment Plan
Depending on what your provider finds during your initial consultation, they may recommend additional testing or blood work. Then, they’ll use the data collected during your consultation, along with any available test results, to create a treatment plan that’s customized to your needs.
Treatment & Monitoring
For most of our patients, their first treatment is successful at resolving their PE quickly and effectively. However, if not, don’t worry. We can offer a range of treatments, and your provider will work with you to find the treatment that’s most effective for you.
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Our PE Treatments
While every treatment plan is unique, we’ve found a few specific types of premature ejaculation treatments that work well in our patients.
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Really loved being seen by these guys! They really make you feel taken care of. Dr. Allshouse was amazing at making me feel comfortable as well as going through every way to help me. The other care coordinators, Izzy and Jerry, also made me feel supported and cared about. I will definitely be referring all my family and friends!
Always quick and easy experience when there for an appointment. The whole staff is great, always there for you when you have a question or concern.
Great Staff. Awesome service anytime I go in. I am early for my appointments and they always fit me in, never have to wait.
Good to work with & knowledgeable. Received much more personalized care than from my primary care physician. Recommended!
Super friendly and helpful made the process very easy. And I have really been happy with my results. Dustin and the guys are the best go check them out!!
If you want to know how to improve your health then this is the place for you. Staff is friendly and somewhat funny but very detailed in finding results to make you feel great about yourself.
Very informative, answered all questions, felt like I was visiting with men I had known for awhile. Down to earth, not like a doctor's office experience.
This program has been a great success for me, I honestly recommend it to any man who wants the feeling of those days which were thought to be gone.
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Since starting my therapy at Universal Men's Clinic I could not be happier with the results. Everyone is very professional and personal that I have come in contact with. Definitely would recommend them.
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Premature Ejaculation FAQs
What Is Premature Ejaculation (PE)?
Premature ejaculation is a condition in which the entire process of arousal, erection, ejaculation, and climax occurs very rapidly, often in just a few minutes or even seconds, leaving both the sexual partner and the one experiencing premature ejaculation unsatisfied. Premature ejaculation may accompany conditions such as erectile dysfunction, but PE is generally treated differently. i PE symptoms are both physical and psychological, with stress and anxiety as contributing factors. Additionally, many men with premature ejaculation issues develop performance anxiety, a loss of self-esteem, and conflicts with their partner.
What Causes Premature Ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation is most often caused by a combination of factors. The most common biological issues causing premature ejaculation are an overly sensitive penis, low testosterone or serotonin levels and weak pelvic muscles. Still, it's important to remember that ejaculating too quickly occurs from a combination of factors beyond biology: psychological causes like anxiety, guilt, depression, or stress are all significant sources for this condition, and the most effective treatment plans address all of these factors. ii
How Do I Stop Ejaculating So Quickly?
You can stop premature ejaculation through behavioral methods, mental health, drugs (both oral medications and topical anesthetics), iiiand working with your medical provider to find what blend of treatment options is right for you. In a confidential and professional environment, Univeral Men's Clinic can provide treatment that allows for both full function and longer duration according to your individual needs.
How Long Do Men Last On Average?
While erection times vary, premature ejaculation is very common, both before and after penetration. According to the Urology Care Foundation, about 1 in 3 US males aged 18 to 59 years old have problems with premature ejaculation. iv Universal Men’s Clinic has successfully treated this issue for many men. Treatments are effective enough to allow patients to maintain an erection for up to 2 hours.
Are There Any Home Remedies Or Natural Remedies To Increase My Stamina And Last Longer In Bed?
Results vary, but some men have found results by increasing their zinc levels through over-the-counter vitamins, working with an acupuncturist, or taking natural herbs like Korean red ginseng.v
Is There A Cure To Premature Ejaculations?
A variety of medications can help with premature ejaculations such as serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) like Prozac and numbing creams.vi Universal Men’s Clinic provides patients with a variety of treatment options, including sublingual tablets, testosterone replacement therapy, and intracavernosal injections. Talk to your Universal Men's Clinic medical provider to explore which treatments are right for you.
How Many Times Can A Man Ejaculate In Succession?
Some men can ejaculate more often than others, and as a general rule of thumb younger men have shorter refractory periods (the time immediately following ejaculation when the penis cannot become erect or ejaculate) and can ejaculate more frequently. In younger men, the refractory period can be as short as a few minutes, and in older men, this time can be several hours or longer.vii It's important to remember that ejaculations shouldn't be painful. If you are in severe pain when you ejaculate, seek immediate medical attention.
How Do I Control Premature Ejaculation?
Controlling premature ejaculation can only come through patience and a trial-and-error combination of exercises, medication (oral or topical), and psychology support like cognitive behavioral therapy. viii Ask Universal Men's Clinic for a confidential consultation to see how they might help you with this difficult condition. We offer three treatment options to help you control premature ejaculation: sublingual tablets, testosterone replacement therapy, and intracavernosal injections.
Does That Little Blue Pill Stop You From Ejaculation?
That little blue pill is sildenafil, a popular medication for erectile dysfunction. As this is a different condition than ejaculating prematurely, it is widely thought that sildenafil has little effect on premature ejaculation.ix
How Can I Increase My Stamina In Bed?
Behavioral techniques (such as the squeeze technique and pelvic floor exercises), mental health support such as cognitive-behavioral therapies, and medicines are all sources of increased stamina in bed. x Contact Universal Men's Clinic for a confidential consultation to see which treatment plan will integrate with your lifestyle and sexual health.
What Drugs Can I Take For Premature Ejaculation?
There are many medications often prescribed for premature ejaculation, though they have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for this purpose. The most common drugs with positive side effects are serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), like fluoxetine and citalopram HBr, and antidepressants, like clomipramine. xi However, sexual performance is an unexpected side effect and not the main symptoms these drugs seek to address. For treatment options designed for men’s health specifically, consider the variety of treatment options from Universal Men’s Clinic, including medication, testosterone therapies, and injections. Contact your Universal Men's Clinic medical provider for more information.
Does Universal Men's Clinic Accept Medical Insurance?
Universal Men’s Clinic does not work directly with insurance carriers.
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viii. Fein RL. Intracavernosal medication for treatment of premature ejaculation. Urology. 1990;35(4):301-3.