Spraying Lidocaine On Your Penis For Premature Ejaculation Works!

Spraying lidocaine on your penis does what?  Apparently it's a treatment for premature ejaculation.  Some men will do the craziest things  to last longer.  According to research published by Science Daily, men who sprayed Lidocaine on their penis five minutes before penetration were able to last six times longer than without.

Fascinatingly enough, in this randomized trial, the time from penetration to ejaculation increased from 0.6 minutes to 3.8 minutes in the medicated group and to just 1.1 minutes in the placebo group.  After analyzing the numbers, researchers concluded the placebo group lasted 1.7 times longer and the lidocaine group lasted 6.3 times longer.  Ah, the power of placebo.

It's a good thing I'm a hospitalist.  I've never had a patient request a prescription from me for lidocaine spray to help his premature ejaculation.  As far as I'm concerned, that's a prescription best left to an informed consent discussion with the patient's primary care physician.  Would I write a prescription for lidocaine spray if asked?  I don't think so.  It's just not a discussion I want to limp my way into.  I think I would stay strong in the moment and say no to the patient.  If they started complaining, I thing I'd tell them to drink a stiff one and relax.  I know Happy.  Quit poking fun at the situation.

I personally do  not recommend spraying lidocaine on one's penis.  It's not my area of expertise.  besides,  100% of the women partners in this study continued to report feeling nothing, so what's the point of trying?

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  1. Does this effect the speed of the woman's climax due to the topical lidocaine rubbing off?


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