While many doctors and scientists are claiming that erectile dysfunction pills such as Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra can help alleviate premature ejaculation, we have our doubts. The fact of the matter is these pharmaceutical drugs can be dangerous as it it is, must be closely monitored in older, elderly subjects due to the medications causing high blood pressure, and there are far more safer alternatives to these types of drugs. Sure, we all know that these ED drugs work very well. But how safe are they in the longterm? And as far as premature ejaculation goes, there are alternatives you can take that will not be such a stain on your health.
While doctors agree that these medications do make a difference in PE based on previous studies, the studies themselves were not completely contained, had too many variables at play, and were flawed from the get go.
This recent article in the Journal of Sexual Medicine by Anastasios D. Asimakopoulos MD, PhD, supports our theory that there is no conclusive evidence to support these outlandish claims by doctors in favor of using Sildenafil, Tadalafil, or Vardenafil for the treatment of PE (premature ejaculation).
Dr. Asimakopoulos notes that anywhere from 4 – 39% of men treated for ED experience PE.
These studies that support the use of ED medications for premature ejaculation are still extremely non-conclusive and often times biased.
Find alternatives. Don’t rely on pharmaceuticals.