There only seems to be two methods of premature ejaculation treatment that really work: (1) decrease the sensitivity of the penis or (2) increase serotonin levels in the brain. I suppose for severe cases, you could do both.
Because it was found that the use of anti-depression drugs helped men delay orgasm, there have been a number of studies to determine if men with depression often suffer from PE. There does seem to be a correlation but it’s not a super strong alignment. As a result, one must conclude that penis hypersensitivity is, if not THE leading cause of premature ejaculation, certainly a leading cause.
It certainly seems that way for me. I don’t have any depression issues. None. I believe that the reason that I have PE is that I have sensitive penis. And Unless I desensitize my penis, I feel like I have to cum with just a minute or two of thrusting. The vagina feels so-o-o-o-o-o incredibly good – warm, moist, wrapped around my penis as if to say: deliver your sperm right here, right now. I know this is not very technical or medical but guys with PE will know exactly what I’m talking about. It’s strange that I don’t get the feeling during masturbation or foreplay. I can masturbate for as long as I want and have to work fairly hard for the final minute to ejaculate. The vagina is magical – designed to extract cum and sperm – and it does a great job!! It’s our job as men to trick our bodies into slowing the ejaculation response. For me, working on penis sensitivity is the way to go.
Is there a Penis Sensitivity Test?
Yes, there is but I doubt the typical urologyist has a biothesiometer which has been used in studies to determine penis sensitivity. I think the easiest thing to do is to try a desensitizing spray or cream and see if it works. Here are my favorite Desensitizing Sprays. Give one a try.