ED is a man's inability to attain or sustain an erection for the duration of sexual intercourse, whereas PE is when a man and/or his partner perceives that he reaches orgasm and ejaculates too quickly and with little control.
In other words, PE is ejaculation before a man and his partner want it to happen. There are men, however, who develop PE as a result of poor erection sustaining capability. In this situation, they condition themselves to reach orgasm/ejaculation quicker so they can do so before they lose their erection. The treatment of this begins by treating the erection problem first. With treatment many men can resolve the PE problem. Differentiating between the two conditions is a very important step for patients and physicians. An experienced physician should be able to define the real problem relatively easily.
Do not use EjectDelay® if you are allergic to benzocaine. Discuss your general health status with your doctor to ensure that you are healthy enough to engage in sexual activity. If you experience discomfort during sex, seek immediate medical help. EjectDelay® should not be used with other PE treatments. EjectDelay® should not be used with any topical product containing lidocaine. EjectDelay® does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV. Read the potential side effects before using EjectDelay®.