How long does it take to cure PE

How Long Does it Take to Cure Premature Ejaculation

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The time it took to cure premature ejaculation depend on different factors. The type of premature ejaculation and its severity are two significant points to take into account. Also, the kind of treatment you’ll choose will also affect the time it takes to overcome the problem. Finally, it’s important to define what you consider a cure. Since premature ejaculation is not a disease, it can’t be “cured.” However, it’s possible to increase your ejaculation control and prolong the time you last.

Premature Ejaculation Type and Severity

Premature ejaculation is a complex condition that can be subdivided into four subtypes: lifelong PE, acquired PE, variable PE, and subjective PE. You can learn more on the four subtypes on the What is Premature Ejaculation page.  Subjective PE is a less severe condition and would be easier to treat. Lifelong and acquired PE can be caused by organic factors that can require medical interventions.

Premature Ejaculation Treatment

Several treatments for premature ejaculation exists. Some will have more immediate effects than other. For example, delay products like premature ejaculation sprays will work in a couple of minutes, but professional sex therapy could take a couple of weeks or months.

What is Considered a Cure to Premature Ejaculation?

Nevermind the type of premature ejaculation you have, and whatever treatment type you choose, the most crucial question is what do you consider a cure? Premature Ejaculation isn’t a disease per se, so it’s not curable.

Every man has a different level of control over their ejaculation. For some men, this level of control is so weak that they ejaculate more quickly that they would like. The treatments will improve their level of control. However, it may never give them a perfect level of control 100% of the times. Such level of control is impossible to reach for most men.

So… How Long Does it Take to Cure Premature Ejaculation

If we take into account that the average and median penetration time is close 5 to 8 minutes and by “the time it takes to cure premature ejaculation,” we mean the time it takes to get close to the average, than most men could do it in a couple of months. This is the time it took to follow a sex therapy. Depending on your specific PE condition, this therapy could be supported by medication or premature ejaculation delay products. Of course, if you suffer from a less severe form of PE, treatment could take less time. While some home exercises are quick to try, some products have immediate effects.

For example, with Promescent, it’s possible to last longer as soon as you receive your bottle from the post. A re-education program like Between Us Clinic PE program will generally take between four and twelve weeks.

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