The two of the most common sexual issues that men face are premature ejaculation (PE) and erectile dysfunction (ED). The main thing about these issues that man of all ages may face them. There’s a common misconception: ED and PE do not occur in men past 60 only. Many younger people suffer from one of the above, or the both.
Highlighting the Differences
Erectile dysfunction is characterized by the inability to get/maintain an erection. The causes may vary, they include heart issues, diabetes, smoking, heavy drinking, being overweight and several others. ED can be treated with certain medication, the most common being tadalafil – namely Tadalis SX.
On the other hand, premature ejaculation is characterized by the inability to control one’s ejaculatory response. While there are many physical causes for PE, including unhealthy lifestyle in general, most common causes are psychological. The usual treatment for PE includes medications that increase sexual stamina/performance and exercises, and therapy. The last two are also vital, yet frequently overlooked.
Are ED and PE related?
Despite the differences and them being seemingly mutually exclusive, ED and PE are linked. One might be a primary issue, the second one is a secondary concern. There are way too many studies, all highlighting the correlation between the two. There are many examples that show ED and PE overlapping and co-existing, which makes matter even worse for a patient.
The Complex Approach
With the right approach, you can treat the both of them. There’s a huge variety of pelvic exercises you need to be doing if you suffer from the aforementioned issues. You can use condoms and these help both in ED and PE. Most important of all, you have to pick the right medication to help your progress. The industry standard is Tadalis, it helps both get/maintain an erection and delay orgasm. Other pills work either on ED or on PE, but not on the both of them. Taking some of them together might lead to serious side-effects. The most common oral medications include: antidepressants (one of the side-effects is delayed orgasm, but you can’t rely on a side-effect), analgesics, other kinds of PDE-5 drugs.