Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast

Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast

A research team at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast, lead by Professor Wallace Dinsmore has created a clinically tested and proven aid for men who suffer from premature ejaculation. 

This distressing complaint which affects up to 40% of men at some point during their lives can blight relationships and be a source of acute embarrassment to many.

In double-blind trials men who used the spray experienced being able to make love to their partners up to 6.3 times longer than without it. This compares well to those using the placebo sprays who experienced an increase in duration of sex around 1.7 times their previous average.

Respect to the couples who took part in the trials, they were required to time their love making with a stopwatch from first penetration to ejaculation.

Professor Dinsmore is quoted as stating “Premature ejaculation can be a very distressing condition for men and can cause distress, frustration and make them avoid sexual intimacy.”

He went on, “Our study shows that when the PSD502 spray was applied to the man’s penis five minutes before intercourse it improved both sexual performance and sexual satisfaction, which are key factors in treating premature ejaculation.”

One major advantage of the spray is that the test subject’s partners experienced minimal transfer of PSD502 from their partner’s penis. This removed the necessity to use a condom to prevent the man’s partner from becoming desensitised by the spray. A great bonus for those in relationships who don’t use condoms to ensure they are practicing safe sex.

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