How does Intacaine Jelly treat premature ejaculation?
Intacaine Jelly contains lidocaine, a local anesthetic that is used to numb specific areas of the body. It is, in fact, one of the most commonly used anesthetics in the world. As an anesthetic jelly, Intacaine can be an effective pain reliever as well as premature ejaculation (PE) treatment – thanks to its numbing effect. When it is applied to the penile organ, lidocaine decreases your sensation during penetrative sex, meaning you are less likely to ejaculate earlier during sex.
How effective is Intacaine Jelly?
Clinical studies of lidocaine application have shown that it works very well as a treatment for PE. For instance, a small 2003 study found that men with PE went an intravaginal ejaculation latency time (IELT) of more than 10 minutes after applying lidocaine. In addition, those who used lidocaine jelly did not have any negative impact on their orgasm or sexual performance. Intacaine Jelly does affect your sensitivity during sexual activity but it does not overly numb your penile organ.
How to use Intacaine Jelly?
Using Intacaine Jelly for PE is simple. Just apply the jelly to the penile organ 10 to 15 minutes before sexual intercourse. Gently rub the jelly in a circle-shaped pattern until it is absorbed by the penis. Once you are done with sexual intercourse, make sure you wipe your penile organ with a wet towel or take a shower. Do not forget to wipe your hands as well, as lidocaine jelly can numb your skin if left there for too long. Please note that Intacaine Jelly may take 15 minutes to start working.
Is Intacaine Jelly safe?
Actively composed of lidocaine, Intacaine Jelly is the world’s most common, clinically proven anesthetic. Several studies have shown that it is safe and well-tolerated by people. However, Intacaine Jelly is unsafe if you are allergic to lidocaine. If used as recommended by a medical provides, Intacaine Jelly may cause minimal side effects. Excessive application of Intacaine Jelly could increase the risk of side effects such as temporary loss of sensitivity.
Is it safe to use Intacaine Jelly with Generic Viagra?
Topical lidocaine jelly and sildenafil (Generic Viagra) do not interact with each other so it is considered safe to use both at the same time. In fact, research has shown that using Generic Viagra for erectile dysfunction (ED) along with topical Intacaine Jelly for PE is safe with no reported negative effects. However, research does not suggest that using these two medications is more effective when used together.
How long does Intacaine Jelly last?
The effects of Intacaine Jelly may last for up to a few hours. In most cases, the numbing effects of lidocaine last for about an hour after applying it to the penile organ. One can apply the jelly while the penis is flaccid or erect. Apply the jelly to the head and shaft of the penis because those areas are more sensitive during penetrative sex.