We tried Skyn Endurance, a numbing spray containing lidocaine, to see if helps with delaying orgasms and premature ejaculation.
As an anesthetic spray, lidocaine can be both a very effective pain reliever and a premature ejaculation treatment, due to its numbing effect. If you’ve ever had dental surgery, you’ve probably had lidocaine or a similar anesthetic or analgesic applied to your gums.
Premature ejaculation is a sexual disorder in which a person with a penis ejaculates quickly after commencing sexual activity. Several types of treatment are available to help delay ejaculation.
When applied to the most sensitive part of the penis, the local anesthetic will numb some of our nerves. By doing so, they block some of the signals that the penis normally sends to trigger the ejaculation. Since those signals took more time to reach the brain and spinal cord, you can last longer with a premature ejaculation spray.
Lidocaine, a topical anesthetic ingredient in climax delay sprays. A sensitive penis is the most significant cause of premature ejaculation. So, look out for climax delay sprays with around 10% lidocaine in them. These sprays are made especially to numb a hypersensitive penis and ensure you last longer in bed.
Lidocaine is one of those numbing agents, and the subject of this review. Premature ejaculation is a serious problem for many men, and with over 30% of men experiencing PE at some point in their lives, it’s not much of a surprise that many men would try just about anything to get rid of premature ejaculation and regain their sexual stamina. Of course, many men wouldn’t consider “numbing their privates” as a viable option for treating premature ejaculation – but some do.
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