West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Miami, FL
Restore Your Confidence and Experience Longer Lasting Sexual Pleasure!
If you suffer from Premature Ejaculation (PE), you are not alone. Many men, young and old, suffer from the troubling symptoms of PE. One in three men of all ages are troubled by Premature Ejaculation. PE can be a lifelong problem or develop later in life along with ED. If you are struggling with symptoms of PE, this can make sexual relations unfulfilling and frustrating for both you and your partner putting a growing strain on your relationship At Simply Men’s Health, our experienced and understanding staff practice the utmost discretion and professionalism listening to both the needs of you and your partner to help devise a customized treatment plan so that you can enjoy a pleasurable and fulfilling sex life.
There is no reason to suffer. Simply Men’s Health, the #1 ED clinic in Florida, offers the most advanced, safest, and effective treatments so that you and your partner can enjoy intimacy and a great sex life again. Our physicians and medical team have customized treatment options that can give you immediate results, or the visit is free.
Call us at 561-510-9482 to schedule an appointment and learn more about the treatment you need to live life to the fullest.
Premature Ejaculation Q & A
What is Premature Ejaculation?
Premature Ejaculation (PE) is the inability to delay ejaculation after beginning sexual activity. Most commonly a man with PE ejaculates during the early stages of sexual arousal either before or shortly after sexual penetration. PE often occurs within the first minute of the penis being inserted into the vagina.
What Causes Premature Ejaculation?
There are many factors from psychological/emotional stressors to physiological or issues that can cause an otherwise healthy male to suffer from premature ejaculation. Experiencing episodes of PE can lead to anxiety and stress which can make the problem even worse., Factors causing PE include, but are not limited to, the following conditions:
- High levels of stress or anxiety
- Low testosterone levels
- Sexual Performance anxiety
- Intense sensations of arousal or excitement
- Side effects of medicines
How is Premature Ejaculation Diagnosed and Treated?
It is extremely common for nearly every man at one point to experience individual instances of Premature Ejaculation which does not require any special treatment. However, lifelong issues with PE or the onset of recurrent issues with PE destroy relationships and need treatment.
At Simply Men’s Health our medical specialists identify the unique, underlying cause or causes of PE. After determining the underlying cause, our goal is to help patients to maintain an erection and experience normal sexual function by determining the best course of treatment for each individual’s needs.
Our experienced physicians understand the embarrassing and emasculating effects of PE. Our medical staff has many treatments and solutions that offer immediate results to help those suffering from PE. We have successfully treated countless numbers of men suffering from PE and can help you reclaim your sexual confidence and restore intimacy.
What are the Advantageous of Custom-Compounded Intracavernous Pharmacotherapy Medications (ICP) over pills and other treatments for Premature Ejaculation?
At Simply Men’s Health, we give individualized attention to each patient and carefully listen to your unique situation. You will meet privately with our Physicians, who along with our professional medical staff, will design and recommend a customized treatment plan.
- Custom-blended medications(ICP) are administered locally so they can be used in men who may have contraindications to pills or other treatments.
- ICP are not systemic, so you do not have unpleasant systemic side effects
- ICP works almost instantly ICP is the most reliable way to help men achieve rigid and lasting erections
- ICP takes away the performance anxiety because you can be confident of maintaining your erection
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