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Uses of Lidocaine Gel:
- It is used to stop pain.
- It is used to ease pain from skin irritations.
- It may be given to you for other reasons. Talk with the doctor.
What do I need to tell my doctor BEFORE I take Lidocaine Gel?
- If you have an allergy to lidocaine or any other part of lidocaine gel.
- If you are allergic to lidocaine gel; any part of lidocaine gel; or any other drugs, foods, or substances. Tell your doctor about the allergy and what signs you had.
- If there is an infection where lidocaine gel will be used.
- If you have broken skin or open wounds where the drug will be used.
- If you have swollen skin, numbness, or are not able to feel pain where the drug will be used.
- If a large area needs to be treated.
- This is not a list of all drugs or health problems that interact with lidocaine gel.
How Lidocaine Spray Can Treat Premature Ejaculation
- Lidocaine is a local anesthetic that’s used to numb specific areas of tissue. It’s one of the most commonly used anesthetics in the world, applied either locally as a spray or cream, or by injection into specific parts of the body.
- If you’ve ever had dental surgery, you’ve probably had lidocaine or a similar anesthetic applied to your gums. Yes, the same stuff the dentist injects into your gums before a root canal is the same stuff you can spray on your penis to rejuvenate your bedroom game. We know; what a time to be alive.
- Anyway, lidocaine works by reducing sensitivity in your skin tissue. When it’s applied to your penis, lidocaine makes you have less sensation during foreplay and penetrative sex. This means you’re less likely to ejaculate earlier than you or your partner would like you to.
- Studies of lidocaine sprays show that they work very well as a treatment for PE. In a small 2003 study, men with PE went from an average intravaginal ejaculation latency time (IVELT) of just 84 seconds without the spray to 11 minutes and 21 seconds with it.
- The men who used the lidocaine spray didn’t report any negative effects on their orgasm quality or sexual experience. While lidocaine spray affects your sensitivity during sex, it doesn’t overly numb your penis or reduce sexual enjoyment.
- As well as increasing the average time to ejaculate, the lidocaine spray also improved sexual enjoyment for the men and their partners. The men involved in the study and their partners both reported a significant, consistent improvement in sexual satisfaction from the spray.
How to Use Lidocaine Spray
- Using lidocaine spray for premature ejaculation is simple. Apply lidocaine delay spray to the underside of the head and shaft of your penis 10 minutes to 15 minutes before sex. Then, rub it in a circle-shaped pattern until the spray is absorbed by your penis.
- Lidocaine delay spray is often sold in a metered dose bottle, allowing you to apply one or several sprays to your penis. It’s best to start with one metered dose spray before sex. If you don’t notice a major improvement in ejaculation time, you can increase the dose within the instructions provided.
- Everyone is different, meaning you might need multiple sprays before you achieve your desired level of sensitivity. Once you’ve worked out your dosage, it’s easy to use lidocaine spray before sex to reduce sensitivity to your desired level.
- It’s best to wipe your penis with a wet towel or take a shower prior to sex to make sure there’s no spray left on your skin. Don’t forget to wipe your hands, as the lidocaine can numb your skin if it’s left there for too long.
- It takes five to 15 minutes for lidocaine spray to start working, meaning you’ll want to wait before you start foreplay or sexual activity.