What are the most common therapies for Premature Ejaculation?
Currently, there are three common types of methods to address Premature Ejaculation: SSRIs (Antidepressants), PDE-5 inhibitors (erectile dysfunction drugs), and topical creams/gels.
SSRIs were not designed to directly target Premature Ejaculation, can have multiple negative side-effects, and need to be taken daily.
PDE-5 inhibitors were also not designed to directly target Premature Ejaculation, but rather are FDA approved to address erectile dysfunction.
Topical gels/creams use local anesthetics such as lidocaine, which numb the penis and can cause erectile loss.
Ristenza’s® patented formula is specifically designed to potentially delay ejaculation.