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Depending on its severity, premature ejaculation can be considerably reduced. Treatments for milder cases focus on gradually training the patient, to improve their mental condition before sex.

In cases requiring clinical intervention, drugs that delay or eliminate sexual dysfunction are being prescribed, and, in a few cases, surgical interventions such as, selective neurotomy, may be resorted to.

Therefore, there are two main types of treatment:

a) Psychological

  • Psychotherapy
  • Behavioural Therapies

b) Pharmacologists

  • Drugs (Dapoxetine): Dapoxetine is the only drug that has been studied and approved specifically for the treatment of premature ejaculation. Its function is to act at the cerebral level delaying ejaculation.
  • Application of anaesthetic cream on the penis. Anaesthetic creams can be applied on the penis 20 or 30 minutes before sexual intercourse.

Even so, it should be noted that the most effective and natural option available at present is MYTHERAPY, a cognitive-behavioural therapy for ejaculation control that has been tested in more than 500 users since 2015.

According to the latest results of the clinical trial carried out in 2018, it triples the ejaculation time in men during natural sexual relations.

This therapy does not have any adverse effects such as pain, other symptoms or side effects.