Benzocaine Wipes Could Aid Male Organ Function Issue: Early on Seed Release
Male organ function and manhood health are often related, as a healthy member is more likely to function in a more effective manner. However, sometimes male organ function is less a matter of health and more a matter of other physiological or psychological factors. This is often the case with early on seed release, a condition of concern to many men. Interestingly enough, a May 2017 presentation at the American Urological Association indicated there may be help for early on seed release from a surprising source: benzocaine wipes.
The presentation was an interim report on an ongoing trial, entitled “P69-02 Double-Blind, Randomized Controlled Trial of Topical 4% Benzocaine Wipes for Management of Early on Seed Release.” To break that down a little, a double-blind trial means that some participants will be given a treatment (in this case, benzocaine wipes) and others will be given a placebo (plain wipes without benzocaine), and that neither the participants nor the scientists performing the trial will know who is being given which. Randomized means that people are assigned the benzocaine wipes or the placebo at random, rather than people with certain characteristics getting one or the other.
According to a press release, the presentation indicated that 4% benzocaine wipes improve both the physical and psychology symptoms of early on seed release. Twenty-one men (straight and each in a monogamous relationship) were studied. Each reported male organ function issues related to early on seed release. In this instance, early on seed release is defined as lasting an average of two minutes or less after penetration of the female organ during coupling. Fifteen of the men received the benzocaine wipes; six received the placebo wipes.
The data so far is promising. Men in the treatment group are reporting lasting longer than men in the placebo group, and they are reporting better psychological results, stemming from less distress over their male organ function issues.
A real issue
It is estimated that as many as 1 in 3 men who are 18 to 59 years old have experience with early on seed release issues. As a matter of fact, early on seed release is generally considered the most common male sensual dysfunction condition.
Although early on seed release can be defined as a man releasing at any time other than when he is ready, most of the time doctors consider seed release within 2-4 minutes of penetration to be early on. There can be a host of reasons for this.
For example, some men release early because of simple inexperience. They find that as they become more accustomed to penetrative sensual activity that they are able, in general, to last longer than when they first started.
Other men may release early only because of pressure or concern over how they are doing; they worry so much that they don’t perform the way they would like to. And in some cases, a man simply has very sensitive nerves in his manhood, or is engaging in sensual activity in a manner which overstimulates those nerves.
The current study is incomplete and too small-scale to provide definitive answers. However, they do provide hope that simply applying a benzocaine wipe to a member prior to coupling may be able to help some men achieve more satisfying male organ function.
Benzocaine wipes will not address all function issues, of course, which is one reason why maintaining male organ health at a premium level is important. Regular application of a superior manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help maintain general member health and the benefits that health bestows. The best crèmes contain L-arginine, an amino acid involved in nitric oxide production, which in turn helps keep member blood vessels open and receptive to increased blood flow. Be sure the crème also includes vitamin A, which has antibacterial properties that eliminate unwanted bacteria, including many of those which result in unpleasantly strong and persistent manhood odors.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.