Delay Cream Side Effects Report – How to Minimize?
By Daniel Kraska
Does Delay Cream have side effects?
This is one of the most frequently asked questions among males who are planning to use any male desensitizer.
I have summed up the common delay cream side effects reported from various sources over internet, and here they are:
1) The most common issue of using delay creams or sprays is the reduction of pleasure. Among many products on the market, some may reduce the urge to ejaculate effectively, yet reduce the sexual enjoyment at the same time.
Most men accept this as a compromise for delaying ejaculation to satisfy their partner.
The majority of desensitizing creams cause these side effects by using lidocaine or prilocaine as their basic ingredients which work to dull the sensation of the penis resulting in delaying ejaculation.
2) Delay creams that use Benzocaine as the single core ingredient might bring side effects like: itching, redness, swelling, pain, and rashes.
The most severe side effects reported (but these are very rare) are tremors, swelling of the face, seizures (convulsions), restlessness, nervousness, anxiety, increased sweating, headaches, fast or slow heartbeat, dizziness or drowsiness, difficulty breathing.
Findings on Delay Cream Side Effects reported in Daniel’s Counseling Group
We have a number of male patients in our group who are using penis desensitizer for delaying their ejaculation during intercourse.
They all used the same desensitizer product made by the same manufacturer which was herbal-based.
We took 10 respondents in early 2012 to figure out the side effects.
Here are the reports:
- Seven of ten reported that the product worked well to delay ejaculation without side effects at all. Males in this group are found to have sex once a week on average.
- Two of ten reported a slight reduction in sexual pleasure, but they could still enjoy sex very much with their partner with prolonged time.
Males in this group of respondents had sex twice on average per week.
- One of ten suffered from slight itching of the penis, yet he could still enjoy prolonged sex. This man was found, extraordinarily, to have sex once to twice a day! I guessed this man was someone with a hyper-sex drive. It is no wonder his penis skin had become so tender; he possibly had some small invisible wounds because of too much sex and delay cream applied.
- On top of that, there’s no report that delay cream affected the partner.
Conclusion to Keep Delay Cream Side Effects to a Minimum
- The side effects could sill occur, but it depends on the individual’s condition and sexual habits. Too much sex will make the penis skin more vulnerable to irritation and itch.
- Delay creams have to be used in accordance with the dose recommended per apply.
Yet, it is also not recommended to be used in excessive number of applications (such as 3-5 times a day) to reduce the chance of side effects.
- The best delay cream must be made from herbal-based formula.
We found the product used and tested with our patients appeared to be the safest one and also proved effective in delaying ejaculation and even enhanced sexual performance.
Get our full review on this delay cream product HERE, before you decide to buy it.
Strategic Use of Delay Cream
In order to eliminate the possible side effects and to make cost-effective premature ejaculation treatment, use Delay Cream strategically as follows:
- Use delay cream as a quick starter to delay ejaculation and last longer in bed when you need a quick fix, then continue with training to develop your inner ability to last longer.
This is also very suitable for those to have lost confidence due to long lasting premature ejaculation problems. A quick fix and results will help the sufferers regain the self confidence and thus it’s going to be easier to undergo the self training for lasting longer in bed.
- Try first the other tricks to last longer in bed such as the two common techniques: breathing control and flexing the PC muscle, or stop and start technique.
When after using these techniques you notice you can last longer but still ejaculate a little earlier than your partner to orgasm, then delay cream may be just needed to bridge the gap with fewer dose as needed. Of course, you might want to try the next session or the other day.
- If you believe you have very sensitive organ that makes you ejaculate too soon, delay cream is the appropriate use. However, it remains a good idea that you start with training to control your ejaculation. When you have made progress in controlling your ejaculation after training, the use of delay cream can be reduced in the amount applied when still needed or can be fully stopped.
The core program used in our sex counseling group is training and developing men’s ability to last longer in bed naturally and permanently and we found one program that is proven to show a good result. Check out what it is all about HERE.
I hope this information is useful to you.
Have a great day and I wish you sexual happiness.
Related article you ought to read:
How to use delay cream properly for lasting longer in bed.