A new injection could end all the trouble men had to go through because of premature ejaculation. According to new research, injecting hyaluronic acid found in moisturisers and lip fillers could help men last longer in bed.
The research included 30 men who were suffering from ‘moderate to severe’ premature. The substance was injected directly to their pe*is (not an ideal place though), and it was found that the stamina was increased as much as three-and-a-half times.
After the month-long trial, some men lasted for about two minutes, where as earlier they could hang on for just 30 seconds.
Hyaluronic acid works by softening the tissue around the area, which helps to decreases the sensitivity in the pe*is and subsequently last longer.
Dr Mohamed Ragab, from Cairo University, said in the International Journal of Impotence Research: “Pe*is injection with the acid is safe and improves sexual satisfaction.”
Apparently, one in every three men suffer from premature ejaculation. However, if you don’t want take a needle down there, then there is a drug that is under trial that could help with the problem as well.
Over 200 people are currently participating in the trial of the drug called cligosiban, which if found to work could help those who currently struggle with the condition. It works by stopping oxytocin from binding to cells in the body and blocking it off, which could delay an orgasm.