Sunday, September 21, 2014
Friday, October 17, 2008 Mindi, Community Member, asks

Q: my husband can't have sex with me longer than 3 minutes because he pre-ejaculates. Can I fix this?

We have been together for 7.5 years now and it's the same excuses; He's tired, his back hurts, it feels too good, no matter what he has an excuse and won't face the facts. When we're having foreplay it never happens until he inserts and then it's over. I love him very much and would never cheat, but I feel like I'm being punished and I need some help because my sex life is miserable. When I try to lovingly talk to him about it he gets hurt and doesn't want to discuss it. What can I do?

Answer This
Answers (3)
Bob, Community Member
12/ 6/09 9:30am

Your husbands first attempt to solve his/your problem is a trip to your family doctor.  If the doctors advice does not work, I would suggest getting a prescription for Avodart from that doctor. Avodart has the side effect of reducing the ability to ejaculate.  If the price of Avodart is too great, you can get it through Canada as the generic Dutasteride .5mg.  Avodart is generally used for enlarged prostate in men.  Obviously, no medication should be used without consulting a doctor no matter how you get it. I can attest to the fact that dutasteride does affect ejaculation and can be so effective that ejaculation might not even be possible. Use of any medication can produce undesireable results.  

pharmacychecker.com is a good source to use to find best pricing for most any medication. 

Reply
Benjamin, Community Member
10/18/08 7:42am

What can I do with erectile dyfunction? I'm 67 years old with heart problems and take blood thinners. I love sex.

Reply
sipho, Community Member
2/19/09 9:32am

short cut, tell to try Viagra or cialis .

 

he must try and train the PC muscle, hope it works out. love u

Reply
Answer This

Important:
We hope you find this general health information helpful. Please note however, that this Q&A is meant to support not replace the professional medical advice you receive from your doctor. No information in the Answers above is intended to diagnose or treat any condition. The views expressed in the Answers above belong to the individuals who posted them and do not necessarily reflect the views of Remedy Health Media. Remedy Health Media does not review or edit content posted by our community members, but reserves the right to remove any material it deems inappropriate.

By Mindi, Community Member— Last Modified: 04/30/14, First Published: 10/17/08