What is Climax Control?
Climax Control can be considered as either Premature Ejaculation (PE) or Anorgasmia.
PE is perhaps the most common sexual health condition affecting approximately 33% of men at some point in their lives. PE is described as either lifelong (present from the first sexual encounter) or acquired (developed later in adulthood even without a prior history of PE) in which ejaculation occurs either prior to, or within 1-3 minutes of penetration.
Anorgasmia is described as delayed orgasms, the inability to have an orgasm or painful orgasms. While less prominent in men, Anorgasmia increases with age occurring in about 8% of men.
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While the exact cause of PE is unknown, it may be linked to low levels of a neurotransmitter called serotonin in the brain.
PE is thought to be more common in men diagnosed with:
- Metabolic Syndrome
- Thyroid Disorders
- Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
- Recreational Drug Use
- Erectile Or Other Sexual Dysfunctions
There are a variety of treatment solutions for PE.
Options offered by menMD include:
Topical Desensitizing Sprays
These topical agents offer a PE treatment with low chance of side-effects and are often available over the counter.
Behavioral Modification Therapy
The MYHIXEL method employs a cognitive behavioral method to help men learn how to delay the trigger reflex for ejaculation.
There are a variety of oral medications that have been used for the treatment of PE including SSRIs and PDE5s.
A clinical diagnosis of PE is determined by two indicators: having an orgasm or emission of semen occurring just before or shortly after beginning sexual intercourse.
How menMD can help
Each patient’s sexual health history is different so your healthcare provider will prescribe a treatment plan based on your situation. menMD will provide treatment progress updates and data-driven recommendations to ensure your continued treatment success.
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