Last week, I visited the urologist to have a check-up to see if there was something physically wrong with me. Truthfully, he was a typical doctor. I don’t feel like he really wanted to see me, and I don’t think that he took the PE problem very seriously. He asked me if I was being treated by anyone, and I told him I was being treated by a family counselor who specializes in sex therapy. I think he laughed, the he said something like “We don’t know what causes or fixes PE.” He then talked about various medical remedies to try. The first one he mentioned was Promescent. “Try that first. If that doesn’t work we can try something else.”
Promescent is a new numbing spray. You are supposed to spray it on you penis to numb it and that is supposed to help you last longer. I am not a big fan of the idea. I don’t like the idea that I have to use something like this every time I have sex. I especially don’t like the fact that I may feel less of my wife’s vagina. She feels great and I want to experience all of it.
But it is foolish not to take advice, so I decided to buy some and try it. Right now you can only get it from their website (and apparently some doctors). I went to the web page to buy it and yikes! It’s expensive! According to the FAQ, you need to use between 2 and 10 squirts (the site says “sprays”, but since this is for sex, I say it’s “squirts”) to get the effect you need. It also says that you only get 10 squirts from the trial size (and not much more from the regular size). That means, it could be up to $20 per sex act. I suppose that is worth it if it turns you into a porn star. They give you $10 off 3 trial size bottles, so I bought 3 for $50. They didn’t say when they would arrive, but based on the low cost of the shipping, I think they are sending it by turtle.
It is not here yet. When it arrives I will give it a shot. I am not sure it will work for me, but there is wisdom in a multitude of counselors. It is worth a try. I’ll keep you updated. Actually, if it works, you may hear it before I write.