Premature Ejaculation Treatment Options Provided by American Male Wellness
Several treatment options for premature ejaculation are already available, from medication to exercises and dietary approaches. For some men, a combination of different treatments works best. Our American Male Wellness male clinic doctors located in Las Vegas will work with you to determine what treatment is right for you.
Let’s take a look at some options that we use to treat premature ejaculation.
Acoustic Wave Therapy for Premature Ejaculation
Acoustic wave therapy is a new treatment for premature ejaculation. A small probe is placed behind the testicles and acoustical waves are sent to the nerve endings which trigger ejaculation. It takes about 10 sessions, three times per week before improvement occurs, and it’s effective in as many as 90% of men with premature ejaculation.
Side effects may include temporary pain during sex and temporary infertility, although some men have reported successful pregnancies after undergoing this treatment. Acoustic wave therapy tends to be very expensive and has not been approved by FDA for treating premature ejaculation. However, we can provide you with more information if you’re interested in pursuing this option.
P-Shot (Platelet-Rich Plasma injection) for Premature Ejaculation
The Platelet-Rich Plasma injection, aka P-Shot, is a procedure for treating ED and it may also help men with premature ejaculation. During the P-Shot treatment, a small amount of a man’s own blood is drawn from his arm into a special syringe. This blood contains platelets that are then injected directly into the penis to promote healing and regrowth of new tissue in areas affected by erectile dysfunction.
This same method can be used to rejuvenate the skin on your penis as well as some of the muscles, ligaments, and other soft tissues around the base of your penis. In addition to promoting tissue growth, this procedure has been shown to help treat premature ejaculation in a small number of men by injecting the aforementioned platelets into the “sweet spot” on the underside of your penis.
The P-Shot procedure may not be for everyone and it’s not a substitute for using other treatments for PE, but it could offer an additional treatment option to consider. Talk with our male clinic doctors to determine if this is right for you.
Trimix, Quadmix, and Supermix Penile Injections for Premature Ejaculation
Trimix is a medication that consists of three different medications: alprostadil (one brand name is Caverject), papaverine, and phentolamine. The medications are mixed together in one injection which is then injected into the side of your penis; the procedure only takes about 45 minutes to perform.
This method may work well for treating premature ejaculation because it relaxes certain muscles near your prostate which helps you maintain an erection during sex. This helps keep blood inside your penis so you can stay erect long enough to reach orgasm. As with any injection treatment, there’s a small risk of infection or bruising at the injection site.
Quadmix works in much the same way as trimix injections, but it uses a different combination of medications. This treatment can help men with early or quick ejaculation because it helps to decrease or delay the sensations and feelings that may trigger you to orgasm.
Supermix is another injection option like trimix and quadmix, but one of its primary purposes is to create a strong erection so your female partner will be more satisfied with your sexual performance. It contains Papaverine, Phentolamine, and Alprostadil as active ingredients. A small needle (like those used for insulin) delivers this medication into the side of the penis where it’s absorbed into the bloodstream; Supermix typically takes effect within 10-15 minutes after injection and lasts for up to 60 minutes.
Premature Ejaculation Experts
At the American Male Wellness male clinic in Las Vegas, our team of experts is at the forefront of developing new and improved treatment options for men with premature ejaculation. We know that PE is a complex problem which means it requires a multi-faceted approach to provide you with effective relief.
At our clinic we offer combinations of treatments like oral medications, therapies, and injections; talk to one of our male doctors about how you can get started today!