Botox for premature ejaculation
The latest research on botox shows that it is a novel treatment a common sexual difficulty, premature ejaculation.
Botox is most well known for its ability to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face; however, it actually has a surprising number of medical applications. For instance, premature ejaculation can be treated with botox.
How does it work?
Bulbospongiosus muscle is a superficial muscle that extends from the center of the perineum to the lower portion of the penis and it plays a role in ejaculation.
By temporarily paralyzing this muscle, it increases the length of time it takes for men to ejaculate.
Botox and premature ejaculation FAQ
What is Botox?
Botox consists of purified proteins that cause a muscle to be relaxed
How does Botox work?
A motor nerve tells a muscle to move by releasing a “neurotransmitter”, or chemical that touches the muscle and causes contraction. Botox prevents the release of neurotransmitters, leading to paralysis of effected muscles.
How long does Botox last?
Botox effects last up to five months, at which point muscle movement returns to normal.
How many times can I have Botox injected?
There is no limit to the number of injections a patient can have over time.
What are the side effects of Botox?
Side effects are rare and not permanent. As will all injection procedures there can be some minor bruising (that can be easily diminished with makeup), redness, infection or swelling. However, most patients do not experience any side effects at all.
Does it hurt?
Botox is injected with a very tiny needle. Most clients say that the injections feel similar to a tiny pin prick.
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