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Man’s premature ejaculation was ‘cured’ after doctors electrocuted his penis

PREMATURE ejaculation can be distressing for those who suffer from it and their sexual partners.

But scientists may have discovered a way to cure the disease through the use of an electric current.

Premature ejaculation can be distressing for those who suffer from it and it can put a strain on relationships

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Premature ejaculation can be distressing for those who suffer from it and it can put a strain on relationshipsPhoto credit: Getty
The diagram above shows how a nerve stimulator is attached to a penis to deliver electrical currents. A nerve stimulation device is placed on the shaft of the penis. One surface electrode is at the base of the shaft, the other 2 cm up. The machine cuts off the nerve response needed for the muscles to contract - which would result in ejaculation

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The diagram above shows how a nerve stimulator is attached to a penis to deliver electrical currents. A nerve stimulation device is placed on the shaft of the penis. One surface electrode is at the base of the shaft, the other 2 cm up. The machine cuts off the nerve response needed for the muscles to contract – which would result in ejaculation

Premature ejaculationor erectile dysfunction affects millions of men worldwide and is very common.

Common treatment options include behavioral techniques, topical anesthetics, counseling, or medication.

A doctor may order blood tests to check testosterone levels, and you may be referred to a urologist or sexual dysfunction specialist.

But this new treatment could be an alternative option and involves placing electrodes on the penis for 30 minutes for three sessions a week.

writing in Asian Journal or Urology Experts found that a man who underwent therapy was able to stay in bed seven times longer than before.

The 28-year-old man was treated for six months in Lebanon after trying various drugs to ease his condition.

The experts said the man had been in a relationship with his girlfriend for a year and would normally ejaculate after 40 seconds.

After the treatment, he was able to have sexual intercourse for five minutes before climaxing.

As part of the treatment, a nerve stimulation device is used, which is then attached to the shaft of the penis.

One surface electrode is placed on the base of the shaft, the other 2 cm up.

The machine cuts off the nerve response needed for the muscles to contract – which would result in ejaculation

During the course of the treatment, the man was exposed to electric currents.

Before the treatment he had to measure the time from vaginal penetration to ejaculation – that was 40 seconds.

At the end of the treatment plan, it was about three minutes and 54 seconds.

When he stopped using the device, it continued to improve his sex life.

Fourteen months after treatment, it took him five minutes and 14 seconds to climax – which is the average time, according to the NHS.

How Can You Treat Premature Ejaculation?

There are a number of things you can do before seeking professional help.

According to the NHSsometimes it can help:

  • masturbate an hour or two before sex
  • Use a thick condom to lessen the feeling
  • Take a deep breath to momentarily turn off the ejaculatory reflex (an automatic reflex in the body where ejaculation occurs).
  • Have sex with your partner on top (so he can pull away when you’re about to ejaculate)
  • Take breaks from sex and think about something boring

The medics didn’t say the treatment was painless, but said it can be used “without discomfort.”

However, they explained that it is not yet “fully understood” why these electrical currents help with premature ejaculation.

They said they believe dorsal nerve stimulation disrupts the muscles that contract when a man is about to ejaculate.

They added that more studies need to be done to determine whether or not this therapy can be used as a drug-free treatment for patients with premature ejaculation.

According to the NHS, a number of psychological and physical factors can cause premature ejaculation.

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Physical reasons include prostate problems, thyroid problems, and recreational drugs.

Psychological problems, meanwhile, include depression, stress, relationship problems or fear of sexual performance.

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