Stud 100 Delay Spray For Men
READ THIS BEFORE YOU BUY STUD 100!
One of the most well-known delay sprays - Stud 100 Desensitizing Spray for Men - irritated my penis very severely when I used it. In fact, the burning sensation was truly terrible.
The reviews on Amazon are not good, either. They show how many men found that it's an anesthetic - so effective that you don't feel anything during sex! Is that good or not? I guess you could try it for yourself.
However, I have a better suggestion.
My Recommendation For Lasting Longer In Bed
Try something SAFE, something that won't damage your penis!
For example - try the system for developing staying power shown in the right hand column of this page, before you try Stud 100.
It's called Ejaculation By Command and it lets you do just that. Ejaculate On Command - in other words, when you choose, I mean. You can also click here to see it.
If you want to review compounds like Stud 100, you can go to Amazon & type "delay cream for men" into the search box, and you can then browse through the products available and decide which you wish to try.
Final note: I urge you, to ensure the continued good health of your penis, to first read the reviews of the delay compounds available on the Internet (like Stud 100, China Brush or Indian God Lotion), because some men have experienced extreme pain and burning when they have used these products - including Stud 100.
According to reviews posted on the Internet, that burning and pain is a very common problem with the unregulated compounds you can buy on the Internet. Such compounds have with no certificate of authenticity or any kind of manufacturing supervision. They vary from batch to batch and can be really harmful to your penis.
So, if you must try them, at least stick to the well-known varieties like Stud 100 and Mandelay and you should in theory be a bit safer....
You put delay creams on your penis directly to numb sensations and so prolong the time before your ejaculation.
However, the very fact that you are putting the lotion on your penis means that it is transferable to the woman's vagina, and it can reduce the sensation for her.
Some of the products that are available instruct you to apply a pea sized blob to the glans (head) of your penis half an hour before intercourse and then to wash it off, so that although your penis remains numb, it won't be transferred to your partner.
There are many varieties available, in various strengths identified by such words as "standard" and "maximum strength", so again you will have to experiment to find out which product is right for you.
Pasante delay condoms are a relatively new variety of condom.
You can buy them on Amazon, where there are a number of customer reviews. Although a new variety, they are certified to European Community Standards, and are 100% electronically tested.
If you don't know what means, well, listen and learn! The makers thread the finished condom over a metal tube and dip it in a solution of salt. If an electrical current passes between the tube and the salt solution, there's a hole in the condom. Interesting, eh?
Pasante is a variety that I've not used myself. They are 52 mm wide, which is slightly less than average, and 190 mm long (which is 7.5 inches), so they might well be big enough for the average man and those who are slightly larger than average.
If you're big, try Durex Performa - see below - for a looser fitting condom.
Again, the anesthetic ingredient isn't mentioned on the description on the Amazon website, although presumably it's a mixture of benzocaine and lidocaine, since these are the two most commonly used anesthetics that delay ejaculation in men.
If you use condoms regularly, you may find that this feels no different from an ordinary condom, but what I observe in the reviews is that some of the men buying them report irritation of the penis, and some don't.
In all the years I have been working with men, I've found the same reaction to delay creams & condoms – some men's penises are irritated by them, and some aren't.
Unfortunately the only way to discover whether your penis is safe or not is to try them.... I personally can't stand them, mostly because I don't like condoms anyway.
However, the good thing about using a delay condom is that it prevents the anesthetic lotion getting into your partner's vagina.
That way, at least she isn't deprived of any sensation!
Another objection to this method of ejaculation control is that sex is spoiled by the absence - or reduction - of sensation, which in my book makes it a rather unhelpful way of controlling your ejaculation!
I totally accept that delay creams, condoms, and sprays could be useful in an "emergency".
There is of course another condition entirely which allows men to last as long as they wish in bed - delayed ejaculation. Click here for more information on how that condition affects men's sex lives.
Durex Performa Intense Condoms are a more well-known variety of delay condom, available in two varieties, normal and intense.
There are many reviews on the Amazon website, mostly favorable.
One guy makes the observation that not only did they work wonders for him but also the bumps and rings on the condom stimulated the woman to whom he was making love… though he does add the rather rueful observation:
"PS don't put them on the wrong way round" to his review, which makes me wonder if he started off with the delay cream on the outside – after that his woman probably needed all stimulation she could get!
In essence you have to try these things to see if they work for you. It's a very personal choice. US Amazon website.
A touch of light relief....
More information on yeast infection.
Everyone recommends Canesten for yeast infection, and I must admit it has helped me on several occasions with my penile yeast infection.
But the reality is that it doesn't always work, and it doesn't suit everyone - there are side-effects.
Clotrimazole is the antifungal medication involved; it should kill the overgrowth of yeast responsible for Candidiasis.
In theory, symptoms should improve soon after starting this medication. Although it's suggested because it generally works - and your options include the various formulations mentioned below - side effects include the following:
- feeling sick or vomiting
- taste changes
- stomach discomfort
- unexpected bruising
- hair loss
- recurrent infection such as colds and flu
- liver problems - symptoms of yellowing of the skin or eyes, dark urine or pale stools
- skin reactions including blistering of the skin, mouth, eyes or genitals
- skin discomfort
- peeling of the skin
- heart rhythm problems
- high blood cholesterol levels
- blood problems
- blister formation
- a rash
- swallowing or breathing problems
- swelling of the lips, face, throat or tongue
- weakness, feeling dizzy or faint
Canesten 3 Cream (2% clotrimazole)
Each g contains clotrimazole 20 mg in a vanishing cream base. Nonmedicinal ingredients: benzyl alcohol, cetostearyl alcohol, cetyl esters wax, 2-octyl dodecanol, polysorbate 60, and sorbitan monostearate. 25 g of vaginal cream is sufficient for 3 intravaginal applications with additional cream for extravaginal use if required.
Canesten 6 Cream (1% clotrimazole)
Each g contains clotrimazole 10 mg in a vanishing cream base. Nonmedicinal ingredients: benzyl alcohol, cetostearyl alcohol, cetyl esters wax, 2-octyl dodecanol, polysorbate 60, and sorbitan monostearate. 50 g of vaginal cream is sufficient for 6 intravaginal applications with additional cream for extravaginal use if required.
Canesten External Cream (1% clotrimazole)
Each g contains clotrimazole 10 mg. Nonmedicinal ingredients: benzyl alcohol, cetostearyl alcohol, cetyl esters wax, 2-octyl dodecanol, polysorbate 60, and sorbitan monostearate.