Part 3 of 4
Can the PC-Muscle to stop premature ejaculation?
Men and women have a PC (pubococcygeus) muscle that controls that pelvic floor. This means if you can stop peeing and start peeing again you are using the PC muscle. Another way to check your PC muscle is when your penis is erect; if you can make it jump up and down you are using the PC muscle. This muscle needs to be exercised for it to be working properly. If you have never exercised this muscle before you will have to start. I will show you how it is done but having a strong PC-Muscle will not help you stop premature ejaculation. The PC muscle is part of a healthy lifestyle but it’s not enough to stop premature ejaculation. More about the PC muscle later.
What drugs can help premature ejaculation?
In the 1990’s doctors found that certain drugs could cause premature ejaculation. These drugs included anti-depression drugs had a major side effect – controlling and stopping premature ejaculation. According to clinical studies, a certain class of anti-depressants called “selective seratonin reuptake inhibitors” also called SSRIs, are supposed to be effective to last longer during intercourse. These drugs claimed to increase the love making session by 2-3 minutes with a 20-40mg dose per day. If you ate 80mg per day you’d get 8 minutes of prolonged intercourse. To get this prolonged pleasure you’d have to eat Prozac, Zoloft or Paxil! Wait a second! There are serious side effects from taking these drugs! Drugs will not cure premature ejaculation!
What the study failed to mention is that why should a healthy man have to start with drugs when he doesn’t have to. There are hundreds of very dangerous side effects with SSRI (Prozac, Zoloft or Paxil.) Before you decide to take SSRIs, look at these dangerous side effects. Don’t take this because you don’t need drugs to cure premature ejaculation!
The Real Side Effects of SSRI’s (Do not take any drugs as they do not work to treat premature ejaculation!)
The side effects listed below are from people that actually use or have used SSRI’s.
- Mind racing and unable to control thoughts and processes of the mind.
- Panic attacks worsening.
- Hot surges running through body.
- Horrible nightmares.
- Obsessive thoughts. (Going to lose it and kill somebody)
- Just can’t seem to feel any more.
- Feeling like a zombie. Absolutely emotionless.
- Physically numb. Could not even feel the water hit my body in the shower.
- Lost all taste of food.
- Severe dizziness. Felt like going to pass out or lose control.
- Sleeping with light on because of the fear.
- Feel disconnected. Really drugged out most of the time.
- Heart palpitations and tightness in the head.
- Flashes of memories and images from the past. (Uncontrollable)
- Drugs have taken personal identity away, made feel unable to function like a normal human being.
- Completely lost grip and hate to go out and be around people. Don’t even feel comfortable with family.
- Feeling like it will never end.
- Feeling foggy and drugged out.
- Urge to jump out of a fast moving car.
- Feeling like I need to take life to end all of this.
- Extreme head pain.
- More depressed than before starting SSRI’s.
- Not sure will ever be your old self again.
- A feeling of unreality.
- Convinced of having some rare and fatal disease.
- Hormones go completely wild during menstruation. (Never happened before SSRI usage)
- fatigue and problem in hands (predominantly left)
- which has become less tremors, more pain and slight stiffness and is spreading up (left) arm and into shoulder.
- Head and body seem to feel detached from each other.
- Feeling like “in Hell.” Can’t go to see doctor or to the hospital because I am afraid they will prescribe more medication or put me in the mental ward.
- Bleeding from the nose, heavily.
- Feeling like electrical current is running up and down spine
- Memory loss with apathy
- In a fog, can’t concentrate
- Nipple discharge