So it was getting near Valentine’s Day and I was starting to panic. I mean if you can’t please your wife on Valentine’s, then things are not going well. I found this video on Yahoo News about romance and sex called Turning Up The Romance. Equallt important, the female sex expert really knew what she was talking about and mentioned a product called Promescent (this is their website www.promescent.com) that sounded like a very promising way to control PE and last a lot longer than my usual thirty seconds in bed. My usual lasting time during sex (oral sex included) with nothing to help delay ejaculation was anything between one and six minutes on average.
What Is Promescent Used For?
So I checked out their website and saw that the topical numbing spray was follows FDA guidelines and endorsed by many physicians. Basically, it’s a desensitizing spray you can spray on your penis and then rub it in. Dr Oz has talked about it as well on his show where he described it as a gel but that was a mistake as it’s a spray. Then I checked out online reviews to see what people thought of Promescent. The reviews were mostly positive, so I ordered myself a bottle. I was hoping to give my wife the best Valentine’s gift she had ever gotten, but my years of struggling with PE had me a little worried that the Promescent wouldn’t work out. I was hoping to get my order fairly quickly, because I was eager to try it out in combination with what I’d learned from the Ejaculation Trainer manual. After checking the mail for two weeks straight the package finally showed up about a week ago. I guess it took so long because I live in Germany, but at least I could finally put it to the test.
It was nicely packaged in a brown box with just my name on it so no embarrassment with the postman. I talked to Andrea about trying out the Promescent and she was very excited. After reading about some users’ experiences with the spray I figured I should use 2 sprays instead of the recommended 3. (I’ve learned later that the recommendation for 3 sprays is required by the FDA Monograph. I have yet to determine why 3 is such a magic number.
My experience is that sometimes I use 1, usually 2 and sometimes 3.) The experts from their site say that the higher number of sprays is for people suffering from severe PE, and I consider my own condition to be bad, but not quite severe. The night arrived, so I followed the directions and used 2 sprays half an hour before sex, getting Andrea to rub it in.
The smell of the spray is not great, but it wasn’t too bad either, and I think it disappeared after few minutes once it was rubbed in. I ignored it anyway because I was so excited about the events to come. I noticed a slight tingling sensation, but other than that I didn’t notice any difference to this point. We sat on the couch and started some heavy petting. I was very nervous because of how quickly things were progressing, but at the same time I was hopeful.
How Long Does Promescent Spray Last?
The moment came and I can’t say it was incredible, but Andrea was incredibly excited about it. There was a slight loss of sensation that really helped me control my orgasm. I lasted around 5 minutes and she had her first orgasm from penetration in about three years, which is something I thought would never happen again. We’ve also had sex 3 times in the last 7 days. This is also very unusual for us.
We didn’t even have this much sex when we first met! Promescent is nothing short of amazing. For years I was only able to last 1 – 2 minutes in bed but after using Promescent, I was able to last 5 minutes! Moreover, I now fully believed in the product and also the clincal study that claimed that using Promescent helps men last 64% longer in bed. So things are looking up as far as my romantic life goes.
The delay spray is working well for me, so I’m going to continue to use it until I figure out a more permanent solution to my premature ejaculation. I’m willing to do anything as long as Andrea’s satisfied! My final word on Promescent is that it might not be right for everyone, but it definitely works. If you can get past the slight smell and the need to plan sex instead of being spontaneous, then it is the perfect way to last longer until you come up with a better way to overcome your premature ejaculation problem. If you want to buy Promescent then click on the link below, it will take you straight to the official website so you know you will be getting the real thing: www.promescent.com Promescent comes in 2 different sizes, trial bottle and a full size standard bottle. First time I ordered I went for the normal size bottle and I’m glad I did. But if you want to try the stuff first then order that small bottle, trial size (although international shipping is probably going to cost more than the bottle itself, that’s if you are outside of North America).
For authentic product and discreet worldwide shipping click here: www.Promescent.com
How Does Promescent Delay Spray Work?
Well, it’s pretty simple. I apply the spray to the most sensitive areas according to the directions. A couple sprays usually does it for me, but you can go up to 10 sprays and still be safe.
Now, here comes the tricky part.
You’ll have to wait 10 minutes for it to dry. That may be tough for microwave-minute men to hear, but trust me guys, it’s worth the wait. That’s because Promescent lasts twice as long as Roman Swipes – 60 to 72 minutes.
That’s why I was disappointed that other delay sprays I tried only lasted for 15-30 minutes. Promescent has been around for a long time, and there’s a good reason why I like it so much. It’s a delay spray that helps correct premature ejaculation problems.
I know, you might be wondering how a delay spray may affect your sexual experience.
Rest assured, it’s not going to cramp your style. Delay sprays like Promescent have long track records and the formulas have greatly improved since the last decade.
I can be confident knowing that Promescent won’t affect Andrea, only the places I need it to. You’re not going to lose any feeling, it simply calms the nerves down. And Promescent doesn’t numb my fingers!
Promescent’s active ingredient is lidocaine, a familiar anesthetic that’s been around for a long time. You probably had it before at the dentist’s office.
Unless you have rare allergies to it, lidocaine is reliable and safe to use.
It’s definitely safer than a lot of the drugs that doctors prescribe to men for treating premature ejaculation. It’s common for these medicines to have nasty side effects like nausea and dizziness. Overall Promescent’s Delay Spray is an easy way to prolong the build-up and enjoy a more intense orgasm with your partner.
Some of them are in the opioid family! Who wants to deal with that while having sex? Ugh, no thanks.
In short, these are my thoughts about Promescent:
- Does everything Roman Swipes does, and more.
- No transfer to my wife
- It doesn’t get all over your fingers.
- Less expensive per dose.
- Can be purchased individually or via subscription.
- It’s not a wipe, but that is good in my books.
- Not quite as easy to use, but stronger than a wipe.
- It has a scent that doesn’t appeal to 100% of the people.
Good luck! Update. I have received loads of emails from you guys asking where you can buy it in Canada, Australia, India, Brazil, in Europe and South Africa. As far as I know you can order it online via the link above, not sure if it’s in your local pharmacy or not…hope that helps.