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Study Finds New Drug Effective in Treating Premature Ejaculation

by VR Sreeraman on  August 9, 2010 at 12:38 PM Menīs Health News   - G J E 4
An investigational new drug PSD502 has been found highly effective in treating primary premature ejaculation (PE).

The British-designed remedy can make afflicted men's lovemaking last five times longer.
 Study Finds New Drug Effective in Treating Premature Ejaculation
Study Finds New Drug Effective in Treating Premature Ejaculation
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However, even with a five-fold increase, it's only up to an average of three minutes, 18 seconds, reports News of the World.

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The remedy is sprayed on the penis five minutes before sexual intercourse, with the ingredients lidocaine and prilocaine preventing over-sensitivity without causing numbness.

Two studies into the drug, known for now only as PSD502, involved 539 men from Europe, the USA and Canada - who had to use stopwatches to time their performances.

On average the men in the three-month study, who all suffered from the quick-trigger syndrome, lasted much longer.

Even those given a placebo spray - not containing the drug - also noted a 1.6-fold increase in staying power, upping their average to 56 seconds. Only three percent said the spray made them lose their erection.

Source: ANI
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