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Delay Spray for Men

Delay Spray is designed to help keep the lovemaking going longer and stronger. In a study, men reported lasting 64% longer when using this spray. It’s the perfect sidekick to boost sexy time, so you don’t have to hold back.

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The Secrets of Desensitizing Spray

Delay Spray is formulated with lidocaine to reduce sensitivity without overly numbing. When used as directed, Delay Spray absorbs into the skin for maximum efficacy without transferring to your partner. Plus, our bottle helps you dose precisely to achieve your desired effect time after time.


How to Use Delay Spray

It’s simple. Spray the most sensitive areas of your penis 10-15 minutes before go time. Use between 3 and 10 full sprays depending on your desired sensitivity.


The Key to Climax Control

Sex should be fun for all. Whether you have premature ejaculation (PE) or not, PE is one of the most common sexual dysfunctions, affecting up to 30% of men. Fortunately, there is a solution. Men using this as a premature ejaculation spray report lasting longer and also bringing partners to orgasm more. The secret’s out.


Frequently asked questions about Delay Spray

What is premature ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation (PE) is the technical term for ejaculation that occurs much faster than you want. More specifically, premature ejaculation may be diagnosed if you have difficulty controlling ejaculation during sex, ejaculate during foreplay or soon after penetration, or experience disappointment or anxiety about your sexual performance. It is common for all men to experience premature ejaculation from time to time, but if it affects your self confidence and sex life, premature ejaculation treatments may help you last longer.
Is using delay spray safe?
Delay spray refers to a wide range of sprays designed to treat premature ejaculation. Our Delay Spray is formulated with lidocaine. Lidocaine is a common and thoroughly tested local anesthetic with a long track record. Clinical studies have found lidocaine to be safe and well tolerated by the majority of people. If you are allergic to lidocaine, you should not use delay spray to treat PE and should discuss your medical history with your healthcare provider before you start using any spray to treat your PE.
Note that not all delay sprays are formulated with the same active ingredients. While some contain lidocaine, others may have benzocaine or another topical anesthetic. If you have sensitive skin, consult a healthcare professional before starting a delay spray.
How long does delay spray last?
The desensitizing effects of delay spray typically last for 1-3 hours after applying it to your penis.
Can I use lube and delay spray together?
In general, you should be able to use delay spray with a personal lubricant. Be sure to apply the delay spray first and wipe any excess spray from your penis before applying lube.
Keep in mind that some lubricants contain desensitizing ingredients. If you are using a delay spray, it is best to use a lubricant without other numbing ingredients.
Can I use delay spray and Viagra together?
Because lidocaine and ED drugs such as Viagra (sildenafil) have no known interactions with each other, the two medications are considered safe to use at the same time. In fact, studies show that sildenafil can be an effective primary treatment for PE.
Is it safe to have oral sex with delay spray?
As long as you wait about 15 minutes for the spray to soak in, and wipe off any excess spray prior to sex. Oral sex is generally fine while using our male genital desensitizer spray. Of course, if your partner has a lidocaine allergy, you should not risk using any lidocaine products for premature ejaculation.
Does premature ejaculation spray have side effects?
Used at the recommended dose, delay spray side effects are usually minimal. However, adverse effects from topical lidocaine are possible, especially if an excessive amount of spray is used. Some of the most common side effects are:
  • Temporary loss of sensitivity (which could cause temporary erectile dysfunction)
  • Skin irritation or burning feeling
Minimize your risk of side effects from delay spray by using a small dose of the medication the first time. You can always increase the amount of spray during future uses, if needed, to help with climax control.
Are there other premature ejaculation treatment options?
Delay spray is one option to treat premature ejaculation (PE), but there are other methods for enhancing your sexual experience if you are suffering from PE, including:
  • Antidepressant medication: SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor) medication, such as sertraline for PE, can is sometimes prescribed for men experiencing PE to help delay ejaculation.
  • Sexual techniques: The “stop-start” strategy and the “squeeze” technique, among other techniques, can desensitize your penis during sexual activity and help prevent ejaculation.
  • Masturbation: Masturbating before sex can help to prolong sexual activity. This is because it is often significantly more difficult to orgasm again during the refractory period (the recovery time between orgasms).
  • Therapy: PE is sometimes caused by an underlying mental health condition, such as anxiety or depression. Behavioral therapy can help treat anxiety or depression, which in turn could help with related PE.

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