At a Glance
- Taken orally to prevent delayed ejaculation
- Available in 50iu lozenges
- Prescription required
Oxytocin is a hormone that surges during male ejaculation and may be prescribed to prevent delayed ejaculation (Anorgasmia).
Starts at $5.50 per 50iu Lozenge
What to know about Oxytocin
How it works
For the treatment of delayed ejaculation, Oxytocin is available in a dissolvable lozenge form you place under your tongue just prior to the desired climax.
Who’s it for?
Men who are dealing with the effects of delayed ejaculation including persistent or recurrent delay, difficulty, or absence of orgasm after sufficient sexual stimulation that causes personal distress.
Studies have shown that Oxytocin is largely successful in treating male anorgasmia (difficulty in achieving orgasm).
Oxytocin Side Effects
- Fast, slow, or irregular heartbeat
Good to Know
Oxytocin is referred to as the ‘love hormone’ because it’s released during intimate encounters, including during orgasm. Oxytocin only has a half-life of three minutes so the hormone is meant to work in surges and act quickly.
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