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Best Home Remedies for Premature Ejaculation

Ayurvedic herbal medicine

Ayurveda is India’s traditional healing system. It relies on thousands of herbs to treat everything from diabetes to inflammation. Certain Ayurvedic medicines, such as kaunch beej, kamini vidrawan ras, and yauvanamrit vati, are thought to treat premature ejaculation when taken in capsule form twice daily with lukewarm water. Ayurvedic medicine has also been used to treat erectile dysfunction.

A 2017 Sexual Medicine study found that men who used Ayurvedic medicine saw a slight, but significant, increase in the time it took to ejaculate during sex. Known potential side effects include:

  • stomach pain
  • dizziness
  • mild pain
  • decreased libido

Chinese herbal medicine

A weekly or daily dose of Chinese herbal medicine — in particular, Yimusake tablets or Qilin pills — may treat premature ejaculation by boosting sexual stamina and improving energy. That same Sexual Medicine study found that different types of Chinese herbal medicine can increase ejaculation time by about two minutes. Known potential side effects include:

  • stomach pain
  • dizziness
  • mild pain
  • decreased libido

Topical creams

Over-the-counter topical anesthetic creams contain a numbing agent that can treat premature ejaculation by reducing sensation and delaying climax. Apply the cream to your penis 10 to 15 minutes before sex in order for it to be most effective. The 2017 Sexual Medicine study found that topical creams can help increase the time it took to ejaculate by a few minutes. Although generally well-tolerated, anesthetic creams can cause:

  • mild pain
  • mild burning sensation
  • decreased libido
  • a temporary loss of sensitivity

Lidocaine spray

Like topical creams, lidocaine spray can help treat premature ejaculation by desensitizing the penis and decreasing hypersensitivity. Use the spray 10 to 15 minutes before sex in order for it to work best. Known potential side effects include lowered libido and temporary sensitivity loss.

Zinc supplements

Zinc not only supports healthy immunity and cell growth, the essential mineral also helps produce testosterone as well as boost your libido and energy. between zinc deficiency and sexual dysfunction in men, so taking 11 milligrams of zinc per day — the recommended amount — may improve ejaculation time.

A 2009 study conducted on rats showed that zinc supplements can increase testosterone, which may improve sexual problems, such as premature ejaculation. Taking too much zinc, though, may cause:

  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • kidney and stomach damage
  • a metallic taste in your mouth

Dietary changes

In addition to zinc, magnesium also plays a role in your sexual health and can play a role in premature ejaculation, according to research. Incorporating foods into your diet that are rich in zinc and magnesium may help increase the time it takes you to climax. Those foods include:

  • oysters
  • pumpkin seeds
  • soybeans
  • yogurt
  • spinach
  • wheat germ cereal
  • almonds
  • kidney beans
  • chickpeas
  • sesame seeds
  • beef and lamb
  • dark chocolate
  • garlic
  • peas

Pause-squeeze technique

The pause-squeeze technique may help treat premature ejaculation by letting arousal dwindle before climax. When you feel you’re ready to ejaculate, stop and have your partner squeeze the end of your penis where the head joins the shaft. Have them hold the squeeze for several seconds until you no longer want to climax. Repeat this process as much as necessary. Eventually, you may be able to delay ejaculation without help.

Stop-start technique

The stop-start technique, also known as orgasm control or “edging,” can help delay climax by drawing out pleasure. When you feel the urge to ejaculate, stop having sexual activity completely. Once you feel less aroused, slowly start to have sexual activity again. Repeat this process as much as necessary to help you control ejaculation.

Pelvic floor exercises

Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles can have a big impact on how long it takes you to climax. A 2014 Therapeutic Advances in Urology study found that pelvic floor exercises can help men dealing with lifelong premature ejaculation control their ejaculatory reflex, increasing the time it takes for them to climax. To perform pelvic floor exercises:

  1. Find the right muscles by stopping mid-stream while peeing or tightening the muscles that stop you from passing gas.
  2. While laying down, contract your pelvic floor muscles for 3 seconds, and then relax for 3 seconds. Do this at least 10 times in a row. Repeat at least 3 times a day.
  3. Gradually increase the number of seconds as your muscles become stronger. Try new positions, such as standing, walking, or sitting down.
  4. Don’t forget to breathe, and remember to focus only on your pelvic floor muscles. Don’t tighten your abs, thighs, or buttocks.

‘Climax control’ condoms

Condoms, in general, may decrease sensitivity and keep you from ejaculating early. But there are also climax control condoms available over-the-counter that are either made of a thicker latex material or contain a numbing agent that’s meant to delay climax.


Masturbating an hour or two before you have sexual activity may help delay ejaculation during penetration. This sexual release should reduce your need to climax quickly.

Avoid sex for a period of time

This may seem counterintuitive, but focusing on other types of sexual activity instead of intercourse may help take the pressure off from your sexual encounters. Penetration isn’t the only way to reach sexual satisfaction, so think about other ways you and your partner can feel pleasure that won’t cause either of you distress or frustration.

Can premature ejaculation be controlled?


Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are available if the above self-help techniques don’t improve the problem. SSRIs are mainly used to treat depression, but one of their side effects is delaying ejaculation.

Dapoxetine is an SSRI specifically designed to treat premature ejaculation.

Dapoxetine can be used “on demand”. You’ll usually be advised to take it between one and three hours before sex, but not more than once a day.

If you fail to respond to treatment with dapoxetine, your GP may recommend you try another SSRI on an “off-label” basis. This is when a medication is used for a different purpose than it was licensed for. Doctors can prescribe medication on an off-label basis if they decide it is the best interest of the patient on the basis of available evidence.

Other SSRIs that may be prescribed for premature ejaculation include paroxetine, sertraline or fluoxetine. You will usually need to take these types of SSRIs for a week or two before gaining the full effects.

The use of anaesthetic creams and sprays such as lidocaine or prilocaine cream can help by making your penis less sensitive. Combining an anaesthetic cream with a condom can be particularly effective. Your GP should be able to recommend a suitable cream.

Is premature ejaculation permanent?

Premature ejaculation (PE) is a condition in which a man is unable to sustain sex for longer than 2 minutes without ejaculating. PE tends to be a condition that comes and goes, and is very common – one British study found that almost 12% of men aged between 16 and 44 reported premature ejaculation within the last year.

Unfortunately, like many other types of sexual dysfunction, stigma still surrounds PE and many men are reluctant to speak to a doctor about it. The good news is that – as previously stated – PE is not a condition that tends to be permanent. And for those who are suffering from PE on a longer-term basis, there are some simple medical treatments that can help to combat the problem.

The causes of premature ejaculation

To understand PE and how to deal with it, it’s important to be aware of its causes. The first thing to know is that there are two main types of premature ejaculation: primary and secondary.

Primary PE is a problem from the time that you become sexually active and is more likely to be life-long; secondary PE is acquired later in life and is more likely to be temporary.

There are many different things that can cause premature ejaculation, and often multiple factors will combine to result in the condition. These factors tend to fall into the categories of psychological, physical and lifestyle, and can be subject to change.

Psychological factors

Psychological trauma surrounding sexual activity is thought to be a leading cause of primary premature ejaculation, as is an upbringing that depicts sex as wrong or illicit. Teenage boys who ‘condition’ themselves to ejaculate quickly when masturbating may also find it hard to break this habit as they grow older.

In later life, depression, stress and anxiety can all contribute to premature ejaculation. Problems in a sexual relationship and the mounting anxiety that can surround sexual dysfunction are also leading causes of PE.

Physical factors

A definite link between genetics and premature ejaculation has not yet been proven. However, it is thought that men who have a father, brother, or son with PE are more likely to suffer the condition themselves. Physical causes include heightened sensitivity in the nerves of the penis, and conditions such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, prostate disease, high blood pressure, and an under or overactive thyroid.

Lifestyle factors

Using recreational drugs and drinking too much alcohol are the most common lifestyle choices which lead to PE – however both these things can also cause erectile dysfunction and delayed ejaculation as well.

The good news is that most of the factors listed above can be effectively managed using the correct treatments.

Psychological causes such as depression, anxiety, stress, trauma and emotional issues in a relationship are best tackled through counselling and – when appropriate – medication such as SSRIs.

Conditioned behaviours around ejaculation and heightened sensitivity can be countered with certain exercises such as the “stop-start” technique. See our recommended behavioural techniques for tackling PE.

In cases where counselling or exercises aren’t appropriate, or simply aren’t sufficient on their own, medicated treatments can be prescribed. These include numbing creams such as EMLA, desensitising condoms, and Priligy (a tablet which helps to delay ejaculation).

When is premature ejaculation most likely to be permanent?

Premature ejaculation is most likely to be long-lasting in men who have primary PE and have suffered with the problem since becoming sexually active. However, with the right psychological help, physical training and medical treatments, even men with this type of premature ejaculation stand a good chance of resolving – or at least improving – their condition.

In the case of diseases such as diabetes and multiple sclerosis, management of PE may not be easy. If the condition is becoming very problematic it’s a good idea to speak to your doctor about what to do – bearing in mind that a combination of treatments might be the best course of action.

Lastly, remember that for many men, premature ejaculation is a natural part of entering into a new sexual relationship, or engaging in a new kind of sexual activity. Some over-excitement and over-stimulation are bound to be part of the process, and PE can occur as a result of that – but the condition is unlikely to be a permanent problem.

The important thing is not to worry or let your anxiety build – if you’re like the majority of men, your premature ejaculation is something that will pass on its own.

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What is Premature Ejaculation?

Psychological therapy, behavioral therapy, and drugs are the main treatments for PE. You can talk with your health care provider to decide what will help. More than one type of treatment may be used at the same time.

Psychological Therapy

Therapy is a way to address the negative feelings and emotions that lead to problems with sexual relationships. Psychological therapy can be used as the only treatment, or it may be used along with medical or behavioral therapy. The goal of therapy is to learn the source of problems and find solutions that may end PE. It can also help couples learn to grow closer. Psychological therapy can help you become less nervous about sexual performance. It can also give you greater sexual confidence and understanding to improve your partner’s satisfaction.

Behavioral Therapy

Behavioral therapy uses exercises to help build tolerance to delay ejaculation. The goal is to help you train your body away from Premature ejaculation. Examples include the squeeze method and the stop-start method. Exercises work well, but they may not be a lasting answer. They depend upon your partner’s help, which is not always possible.

The Squeeze Method

With this method, your partner stimulates your penis until you are close to ejaculation. When you are close, your partner firmly squeezes your penis so your erection partly goes away. The goal is for you to become aware of the sensations leading to climax. Then you can better control and delay climax on your own.

The Stop-Start Method

In this method your partner stimulates your penis until just before ejaculation. Your partner then stops until the urge to climax lets up. As you regain control, you ask your partner to start stimulating your penis again. This process is repeated 3 times. You ejaculate on the fourth time. You repeat this method 3 times a week with your partner until you have gained more control.

Medical Therapy

No drugs have been approved in the United States to treat PE. Still, there are some drugs and numbing creams or sprays that have been shown to slow ejaculation in men with PE.


Doctors noticed that men and women on antidepressants have delayed orgasms. Drugs such as fluoxetine, paroxetine, sertraline and clomipramine affect serotonin levels. Doctors began to use these drugs “off-label” (for a different reason than the drug’s original use) to treat PE. If one drug doesn’t work, your doctor may have you try a different drug. If the second drug doesn’t work, others will not likely help.

Drugs for PE can be taken every day or only before sex. Your health care provider will decide when you should take a drug based on your activity level. The best time to take the drug is not clear. Most doctors suggest from 2 to 6 hours before sex. PE can return if you stop taking these drugs. Most men with PE need to take these drugs on an ongoing basis.

Numbing Creams or Sprays

These creams/sprays are put on the head of the penis about 20 to 30 minutes before sex. If you leave the numbing cream/spray on your penis for longer than suggested, your erection may go away. Also, the numbing cream/spray should not be left on the exposed penis during vaginal sex because it may cause vaginal numbness. Wash the cream off your penis 5 to 10 minutes before sex. Wearing a condom can also help dull sensation.

How to Stop Premature Ejaculation

Medically reviewed by Ho Anh, MD Written by Our Editorial Team Last updated 5/15/2018

Premature ejaculation affects one in three men, making it one of the most common male sexual disorders.

Most cases of premature ejaculation (or “PE,” for short) are fixable, meaning there’s no need to worry if you suffer from occasional or ongoing PE. A variety of treatments are available, ranging from relaxation exercises to medication, topical gels and more.

We’ve covered these treatment options below, with specific information on the best methods for increasing your time to ejaculation. Our guide starts with the best non-pharmaceutical ways to stop PE, such as sexual techniques, before covering pharmaceuticals and other treatments.

For more information about the causes and prevalence of premature ejaculation, you can read our Premature Ejaculation 101 guide.

Do You Need to Use Medication to Stop Premature Ejaculation?

Most of the time, medication isn’t required to stop premature ejaculation. In fact, most men can gradually stop premature ejaculation and increase their time to orgasm using psycho-behavior therapy techniques.

In one study, men suffering from premature ejaculation were treated through a six-time course of behavioral therapy, two to three times per week. After the treatment, the men had significant improvements in ejaculation latency and sexual satisfaction.

The men that took part in the psycho-behavioral therapy also showed lower levels of sex-related anxiety and nervousness — a factor that can contribute to improved overall sexual performance.

Below, we’ve covered some of the most common behavioral techniques used to stop premature ejaculation, including a few most people are already familiar with.

The “Stop-Start” Strategy

One of the oldest and most effective ways to stop premature ejaculation is through the use of the “stop-start” strategy during sexual intercourse.

The stop-start strategy is exactly what it sounds like — during sex, you start moving, stop, and start again after giving yourself time to relax and prevent ejaculation. Most books and studies that reference the stop-start strategy advocate stopping as you feel ejaculation approaching.

As simplistic as this approach sounds, it’s highly effective. Books such as The Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology recommend it as a preferred therapy technique for preventing premature ejaculation, and studies show short term symptomatic benefits in 45-65% of men.

Since the stop-start strategy doesn’t involve any medications or costly treatments, it’s a great first option for stopping premature ejaculation.

You can practice the stop-start technique with your partner or by yourself. As you feel yourself approaching orgasm and ejaculation, stop the stimulation and take a break, then repeat until you feel more confident in your ability to control your ejaculation.

The “Squeeze” Technique

Another technique for stopping premature ejaculation is the “squeeze” technique.

Just like the stop-start strategy, the squeeze technique is exactly what it sounds like — during sex, as you’re approaching ejaculation, squeeze the area between the shaft and glans of the penis to prevent ejaculation.

Most of the resources on the squeeze technique recommend squeezing the penis for about 30 seconds to stop premature ejaculation. Since everyone is different, the ideal amount of time for the technique might be slightly shorter or longer.

Using the squeeze technique, you can delay orgasm several times, allowing yourself to perform for longer during sex.

Like the stop-start technique, the squeeze technique has its downsides. First, it results in a stop in sexual activity, which can be frustrating for both you and your partner. It can also occasionally reduce the intensity of your erection, which also affects sexual enjoyment.

Masturbating Before Sex

Sometimes, the easiest way to increase your time to ejaculation is to simply masturbate shortly before sex.

While there’s no scientific evidence to support this method (not surprisingly, finding a group of subjects willing to participate is a challenge for researchers), many men find that masturbation shortly before sex is an effective way to delay orgasm and stop premature ejaculation.

The idea behind this approach is that during the refractory period (a recovery phase that occurs after orgasm), most men won’t be able to orgasm again. The end result is a longer average time to orgasm and, for their partners, better sexual satisfaction.

Since there’s debate about the male refractory period in the sexual medicine community, this is an approach that’s best regarded as “unproven” at best. Still, it’s an easy, low-risk method that you can attempt to delay orgasm and prevent yourself from ejaculating too early during sex.

Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs)

Right now, there aren’t any medications specifically designed to treat PE. However, there are a variety of existing drugs — particularly depression medications — that have proven to be effective in helping men delay orgasm and ejaculation.

In a 2007 study, men suffering from premature ejaculation were prescribed either paroxetine, fluoxetine or escitalopram. All three of these drugs are selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), which are used to treat depression and anxiety disorders.

The drugs were administered in the morning and given for four weeks. After the study period, 100% of the men that received SSRIs showed an reduction in premature ejaculation using a validated AIPE questionnaire.

Interestingly, there was no difference in results between the different drugs, suggesting that all three of the SSRIs administered as part of the study could be effective in stopping premature ejaculation.

SSRIs are prescription medication, meaning you’ll need to speak with a doctor about this PE treatment method. Most medications in this class also have side effects, which you’ll want to discuss with your doctor prior to considering treatment.

Gels, Creams and Other Topical Treatments

Finally, there are gels, creams, sprays and other topics treatments designed to reduce penile sensitivity and stop premature ejaculation.

Most of these gels and sprays use local anesthetics such as lidocaine — the same anesthetic that’s used by dentists and laser hair removal technicians. For example, many of the sprays on the market today use lidocaine/prilocaine, a mix of two different local anesthetics.

Studies show that this topical anesthetic combination is fairly effective. For example, in a study from 2002, men that used a lidocaine/prilocaine cream before sexual activity saw an increase in time to ejaculate compared to men that used a placebo base cream.

An older study from 1995 showed similar results, with men reporting significant improvements in premature ejaculation after applying 2.5 grams of lidocaine/prilocaine cream before sex.

However, topical treatments like lidocaine/prilocaine cream may have a downside. Because they numb the penis and reduce sensation, they might contribute to erectile loss — a symptom noted by more than 50% of the men that received the cream in the 2002 study.

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Michael Metz, Ph.D., worked in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota and was the country’s leading sexologist in the area of PE. He was a major spokesperson for a comprehensive, integrated biopsychosocial approach to addressing and resolving sexual problems. After twelve years on the faculty of University of Minnesota Medical School, he worked in private practice with Meta Associates as a psychologist, marital therapist, and sex therapist treating individuals and couples, and was affiliated with the University of Minnesota’s Department of Family Social Science. He published more than forty-five professional articles and conducted numerous workshops and talks on marital and sex therapy. He authored the Styles of conflict Inventory (SCI), a clinical assessment instrument to evaluate the conflict patters in relationships.

Barry McCarthy, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist with a subspecialty in marriage and sex therapy, practicing at the Washington Psychological Center in Washington DC. He is professor of psychology at American University where he teaches and undergraduate human sexual behavior course. Barry, with his wife Emily, has written seven well-respected books, the most recent being Getting it Right the First Time, Sexual Awareness, and Rekindling Desire. In addition, Barry has published over forty-five professional articles, fourteen book chapters, and presented over one hundred and ten workshops nationally and internationally.

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