Treating premature ejactulation

Premature Ejaculation, or early ejaculation, is the inability to delay ejaculation. This is the most common of sexual complaints among all men, and it is as prevalent as 1 in 3 men. The effects of this condition are far reaching and affect both the biological and physical. Some of the known causes of early ejaculation are depression, stress, Low Testosterone, “performance anxiety”, Intense arousal or excitement, hormonal issues and of course certain medications can contribute as well.

Here at the Reup Men’s Clinic, we have specialists in the field of men’s health that listen intently to you and our partner’s needs and will work with you to find the best treatment for YOU. Not all treatments are right for everyone, and we are dedicated to finding the right treatment for your individual concerns. It is very important that you feel comfortable and confident in discussing all of the details with your team so we can ensure we have the proper treatment for your specific complaints.

There may be some laboratory tests required to help pinpoint the cause of your unique situation.

We have treated many men with early ejaculation, and our comprehensive and detailed consultation, either in person or via telehealth, will ensure we are getting the best treatment for YOU. Treatment options include many choices. Supplements, Exercise, special techniques to promote stamina, and a plethora of other excellent treatments to promote longer lasting sex which in turn often leads to a more satisfying relationship.

You do not have to battle this alone…we can help!

Frequently Asked Questions


Can your clinic help me with early ejaculation issues?


Our providers at the ReUP Men’s Clinic are compassionate and skilled practitioners with many years of experience in Men’s sexual health. We have developed treatment plans that dramatically increase your satisfaction with sex. Let us help you be You…Renewed!


Can medical conditions lead to premature ejaculation?

Yes, conditions such as hyperthyroidism can lead to early ejaculation. Other conditions such as abnormal levels of neurotransmitters, inflammation of the prostate or urethra and even inherited traits can be causative.

What is considered normal for the timing of ejaculation?

There is no one answer for this question.

Every individual is different and has different desires and sexual drives. Many studies on human sexual behavior have concluded that the average coitus time for homo sapiens is between 3 and 7 minutes. That is actual coitus time (play time can be longer) but actual coitus time is about 3 -7 minutes.


Are there things I can do at home to improve my sexual stamina?

Yes, there are some things you can do at home to help with this condition.

When you have your initial consultation with us after scheduling, we will go over all treatment modalities and ensure that we find the program that is right for you.