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    Sertraline can help treat premature ejaculation, a common sexual dysfunction among men. Sertraline has been shown to increase time to ejaculation in multiple studies. It can be taken every day or as needed.

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    Paroxetine can help with premature ejaculation. Taken daily or as needed, it can extend your sexual experience by 9-12 times, for more satisfying intimacy.

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    Got PE questions? We've got answers.

    • What is premature ejaculation?
      Although there isn't a standard 'normal' duration for intercourse, healthy men are estimated to ejaculate within 3-7 minutes during sexual activity, with one study identifying the average as 5.5 minutes. Premature ejaculation (PE) is characterized by ejaculating "sooner than desired" by the individual or couple, which can greatly vary among people. If you regularly ejaculate earlier than what feels normal for you, you may be experiencing PE.
    • How do you know if you have premature ejaculation?
      Premature ejaculation (or "PE," for short) is defined as a "persistent or recurrent ejaculation with minimal stimulation before, on or shortly after penetration and before the person wishes it. In simple terms, premature ejaculation occurs when you ejaculate too early during intercourse or sexual activity. There's no specific amount of time that defines ejaculation as "premature"—most sources use figures ranging from 30 seconds to four minutes into sexual activity.
    • What medications can I take to treat premature ejaculation?
      Currently, there are no medications explicitly approved for treating PE. However, various existing drugs, particularly those used to address depression and anxiety disorders, have demonstrated effectiveness in clinical practice in assisting men with delaying orgasm and ejaculation. SSRIs are prescription medications, which means you need to consult a doctor to discuss this PE treatment approach. It's essential to consider the potential side effects of this class of medications and discuss them with your healthcare professional before deciding on treatment.
    • How can you get premature ejaculation pills online?
      To obtain Sertraline for treating premature ejaculation, a doctor's evaluation is required to determine if it's suitable for you. You can connect with a healthcare professional online through platforms like Hims. After completing the online consultation, if the doctor deems Sertraline appropriate for your needs, they can prescribe it to you, allowing you to receive the medication delivered directly to your doorstep.
    • Is there a solution for premature ejaculation?
      Premature ejaculation is more prevalent than you may realize. Medical study data indicates that it is among the most frequent male sexual disorders, impacting up to 39 percent of men at some stage in their lives. A range of treatments, from relaxation techniques to over-the-counter and prescription medications, can help manage this condition effectively.
    • What are the potential side effects of this medication?
      Some common side effects of Sertraline may consist of: nausea, diminished appetite, diarrhea or indigestion, heightened sweating, trembling or shaking, restlessness, alterations in sleep patterns such as increased drowsiness or insomnia, sexual difficulties like reduced libido and issues with ejaculation, feelings of tiredness or fatigue, and anxiety.

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