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Pre-mature ejeculation

Hi doctor, as I have studied ,I think I am suffering from premature ejacution . I just want to know ,is there any treatment for this problem . And if any ,so weather I should go for ayurvedic treatment or allopathic treatment? And can I get long term result from medicine?
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First of all I want you to understand that Premature ejaculation is not a a disease. It can be satisfactorily treated by counseling, exercises, some techniques And Some medicines. Modern medicines like SSSRI,S have many side effects and some sprays available are not very long term effective. Ayurveda has some reasonable options like kaunch Pak, virya shodan Vati from vyAs pharma. If you may have any more queries. Let me know. Dr. Yuvraj
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Harisha N L Bangalore | General Physician
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Treatment may not be needed. Practicing relaxation techniques or using distraction methods may help you delay ejaculation. For some men, stopping or cutting down on the use of alcohol, tobacco, or illegal drugs may improve how well they can control ejaculation...if no improvements medical treatment needed..Medical treatment for premature (early) ejaculation includes several options. Any serious primary medical condition should be treated; for the purposes of the following discussion, the male is assumed to be healthy, and premature ejaculation is assumed to be his only problem. In addition, any accompanying erection problem (eg,erectile dysfunction) should be treated; various methods are available, and excellent success can be expected. Accordingly, treatment of concomitant erectile dysfunction (ED) is mentioned only in passing. To achieve the best outcome the female partner should be included as fully as possible in the treatment and counseling sessions. Pharmacologic therapy may include selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) or desensitizing creams...consult psychiatrists they will help you..
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