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New P.E. Drug Approved In Europe While Premature Ejaculation Cure Remains Out of Reach to American Men
Date:4/3/2009

Demand for one of the leading, anti-premature ejaculation formulas is expected to soar after regulatory approvals for the first medicine for premature ejaculation are granted outside of the United States.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 3, 2009 -- American men who eagerly await an FDA approved premature ejaculation pill will find no relief from the overseas approval of dapoxetine. Marketed under the brand name Priligy™, dapoxetine has been approved for medical use in Sweden and Finland, but was rejected for use at this time by the U.S. Federal Drug Administration.

"The need remains to develop libido products that are suitable alternatives to drugs and not only help men last longer and offer the chance at healthy, satisfying sex lives, but are safe and detached of potentially harmful side effects," stated W. Baclini, founder of one of the most respected manufacturers of male health and performance supplements, Zurich Medical Labs in Los Angeles, California.

An estimated 30 million adult men in the United States endure problems with premature ejaculation, a condition thought to affect up to 30% of the male population worldwide. Health experts attribute lack of climax control to low levels of naturally produced brain chemical, serotonin. This important 'feel-good' neurotransmitter is responsible for regulating mood and mental faculties, promoting proper nervous system function and helps prolong orgasm.

Dapoxetine is among a class of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) drugs that include antidepressants which are widely used to stimulate production of serotonin to last longer in bed. Major drug intolerances including nausea, headaches, diarrhea and dizziness are associated with SSRIs leaving many men tentative about using them to stop premature ejaculation.

"The problem isn't just that this kind of artificial solution for premature ejaculation cure remains inaccessible in the U.S., it's the inherent risks tied to this solution for how to last longer in bed," adds Baclini. Only a fragment of men who experience lack of climax control seek help for this distressing problem that can disrupt personal relationships and intimacy.

Responding to the unmet need for an effective, scientifically proven home remedy for quick climax, Zurich Medical Labs developed Prematrol as a safe, drug-free approach to help achieve better control and male sexual health. Prematrol uses an advanced blend of naturally potent ingredients known to influence serotonin and believed to prolong orgasm.

Amidst a sea of untested libido products that must be taken before intercourse and arguably deter spontaneity, Prematrol works steadily and consistently to prepare the male body for sexual activity when desired. Known for quality and efficacy amongst its users, Prematrol is safe for everyday use and nutritionally formulated to aid overall male health including cardiovascular support and sleep cycles while supporting healthy sexual function. The ingredients in Prematrol have substantial scientific data and seem to:

  • Support firm erections
  • Slow down orgasm until ready
  • Support climax control
  • Increase sexual confidence
  • Enhance couples intimacy

Already used by thousands of men for longer lasting intercourse, Prematrol is in high demand and retains its footing as one of the most sought-after nutritional solutions for how to last longer in bed. Prematrol is endorsed by sexual dysfunction health expert, Dr. Ramnanan, who has incorporated Prematrol into his clinic's treatment plans with astounding success.

Available nationwide without physician consultation through www.prematrol4men.com and selective U.S. retailers, Prematrol will soon be available in many European countries due to overwhelming popularity.

Men are invited to visit www.prematrol4men.com to learn about the science behind Prematrol and take advantage of a special limited time offer.

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