PE Resources

Information about PE

Sexual response cycle in men ends with ejaculation. PE can be defined as the condition in which a man ejaculates soon after sexual penetration with minimal penile stimulation. According to The International Society for Sexual Medicine there should be 3 points to be considered for the diagnosis of PE. They are

PE is not a rare condition at all; in fact it is being experienced by 25-30% of men globally. PE leads to anxiety, depression, frustration, and can have adverse impact on intimacy and the relationship. Some Traditional treatments for PE have been in practice for decades, such as the squeeze technique, using condoms, or using desensitizing medications on the penis.

Recently, Innovus Pharmaceuticals has come up with a non-prescription over-the-counter (OTC) gel called EjectDelay® to fight PE. EjectDelay® works by desensitizing the nerves in the penis, allowing the man to improve control of his climax and reducing the urgency to ejaculate without detracting from sexual pleasure.

Independent websites and articles related to Men's sexual health & PE

European Society for Sexual Medicine
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists
International Society of Men's Health,
Sexual Medicine Society of North America,
International Society for Sexual Medicine,
Journal of Sexual Medicine,
Journal of Men's Health, /

EjectDelay® is an over-the-counter (OTC) FDA compliant medicine used for the delay of premature ejaculation in men.


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®.