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As New Premature Ejaculation Drugs Get Closer To The Public Market, Announces A Drug-Free Solution

Houston, TX. (PRWEB) July 01, 2012 has reported that a pharma company named Ampio, specializing in clinical stage biopharmaceuticals, has announced this week that its newest drug, Zertane, which treats premature ejaculation, has had a successful pre-IND meeting with the FDA—another step in getting the drug onto the market. During this meeting, the FDA provided clear guidance for the next two clinical trials of the drug. If the drug successful passes these carefully conducted clinical trials, it will clear the way for FDA approval to allow the drug, Zertane, to be sold on the public market as an effective treatment for lifelong premature ejaculation. This is just one of many drugs which are available or in the process of becoming available to treat men’s issues such as premature ejaculation.

For many men, the challenge to stop premature ejaculation has been one that they have pursued relentlessly. The embarrassing issue of learning how to prevent premature ejaculation has been a condition that many men have been embarrassed approaching their doctors about. As a result of this, many men suffering from premature ejaculation have turned to the Internet as a resource to help them obtain information about how to prevent and stop the condition. Although many guides have been published online talking about methods and tips for preventing premature ejaculation, one of the more popular sources has become The information they provide about premature ejaculation is free and many of their instructional guides have gained popularity among men who have tried other solutions in the past that proved to be unsuccessful. The guides and methods provided at have seen success with many users and as the site increases in popularity, many new premature ejaculation sufferers are gaining awareness of the resource. Another aspect that has appealed to many men has been the idea of being able to treat their premature ejaculation without the use of pharmaceutical drugs and medications which can come with side effects.

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