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Topical Anesthetics: Use of local anesthetics such as lidocaine in the form of a cream, liquid gel or spray to be applied to the penis is pretty common. These anesthetics supposedly delay ejaculation by decreasing the sensitivity of the glans.
However, they can cause unwanted side-effects such as complete loss of feeling or numbing of the partner's vagina, or difficulties with erection. A numb vagina may be avoided by using a condom.
EMLA cream for premature ejaculation
Stop yourself from finishing early. If you are living in Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya or anywhere in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. We offer premature ejaculation treatment in those countries effectively.
EMLA is a topical cream used to treat premature ejaculation (PE). It is applied to the penis to numb the sensation to help the man to last longer.
EMLA is applied 15 minutes before sex and then washed off to avoid your partner also losing sensation.
To buy EMLA online, simply fill in our premature ejaculation consultation online and our doctors will review your answers. If suitable, your medicine will be dispatched in discreet packaging to your chosen Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore or Hong Kong delivery address. If you do not meet the requirements, other treatments may be suggested, or you will be refunded in full.
EMLA cream is a surface anaesthetic. It contains prilocaine and lidocaine as active ingredients, and stands for Eutectic Mixture of Local Anaesthetics (EMLA). It is oil-based and is often used as a treatment option for premature ejaculation by males, allowing longer periods of sexual interaction.
Mechanism of Action
Lidocaine and prilocaine work as an anaesthetic by blocking pain receptors in the area it is applied to. This reduces the levels of sensitivity and pain reflexes in the area. When applied to the penile region, this causes a reduction in the sensitivity levels of penis. Due to the reduction in sensitivity, the user can delay sexual climax and increase the sexual intercourse period. This results in more timely ejaculation and solves the problem of ejaculating prematurely.
Treatment Options for Premature Ejaculation
There are two types of premature ejaculation. The most common form affects predominantly middle-aged men. External factors such as depression, anxiety and health, and internal health factors such as prostate disease reduce the sexual intercourse length overall. This can cause men to experience a drop in their self-esteem and a loss of confidence in their relationships. This can cause problems in marital lives and relationships. The other form of premature ejaculation begins from when the man first becomes sexually active. His initial sexual interactions psychologically condition him into finishing quickly, which can become a lifelong issue if not treated. Men who suffer from premature ejaculation then seek out treatment options for their problem. Psychological therapy, Priligy and EMLA cream can be used to treat premature ejaculation.
EMLA Cream Dosage
The dosage of EMLA cream relies on the surface area. The general rule is to apply 2.5g of EMLA cream on 20 to 25cm² of skin surface. For genital areas, 1g of EMLA cream should be applied on the surface area of 10cm² for fifteen minutes. The standard recommendation for penile head area application is 25mg.
EMLA Numbing Cream Contraindication
EMLA cream can cause potential side effects if used with certain medications. Care should be taken if the user is under any of the following drugs:
EMLA cream can increase risk of potential side effects of Succinylcholine-based medications if used in combination.
The risk of side effects, blood problems and other potential health risks becomes greater if EMLA cream is used with any of the medicines containing sulphonamide, quinine, primaquine, phenytoin, phenobarbital, phenacetin, para-amino-salicylic acid, pamaquine, nitroprusside, nitrofurantoin, nitrites, nitrates, naphthalene, dapsone, chloroquine, benzocaine, aniline, acetanilide or acetaminophen.
Toxic effects and side effect risks increase in patients using cardiac medicines based on beta-blockers or antiarrhythmic medicines. Side effects also increase if the patient is already using any lidocaine or prilocaine based medicines.
Common Side Effects
Common side effects of the cream are skin-related due to its topical nature. The side effects may include redness or swelling at the site of application, discolouration or paleness, feeling of hot or cold sensations, burning, itching or a rash. It is very important not to scratch the treated skin, because the site is numb, and you might end up damaging your skin without feeling it.
Before using EMLA cream, it is necessary to consult a healthcare provider. After the healthcare provider allows the usage of the cream, its topical application should also be considered carefully. Before applying any cream, the concerned area should be dried and washed clean. The thick layer of cream should be applied lightly and not rubbed on the skin. Moreover, the cream should be used only on unbroken and normal skin. Application on damaged skin can cause dangerous side effects. Hands should be washed immediately after usage.
Important Safety Information
EMLA cream is used as an anaesthetic; it is necessary to keep the skin safe from injury and extreme temperatures. The dosage should not be used more than necessary, and should never be orally ingested. In case of swallowing the cream, contact the emergency room or poison control centre immediately. EMLA cream should also be used with caution in the elderly and around women who are pregnant or breast-feeding.
The active ingredients in Emla contain the local anaesthetics lidocaine and prilocaine.
Allergic reactions to Emla Cream are possible. Seek emergency medical assistance if you experience any of these symptoms: hives, difficulty breathing, swelling of face, lips, tongue or throat.
Serious side effects of Emla Cream include burning or stinging sensation and sensitivity in the area applied; swelling or redness, sudden dizziness or fatigue, bruising of the skin, unusual temperature sensations, involuntary eye movement, increased blood sugar levels and increased levels of methemoglobin in the blood.
Less serious Emla Cream side effects are mild burning sensation and redness or changes in skin colour where applied.