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Absorption Pharmaceuticals to Receive Patent for Premature Ejaculation Topical Medication
Date:4/29/2013

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Not satisfied with EMLA as a PE treatment, Dr. Gilbert sought a fast-acting, lidocaine-only topical medication with superior skin absorption capability, no loss of penile sexual sensation, elimination of partner transfer, and minimal side effects.  After five years of analysis and laboratory work, Dr. Gilbert and colleagues developed a formulation containing lidocaine, thymol and ethanol in specific ratios that improved EMLA's eutectic absorption effect. This novel formulation also achieved the maximum absorption rate of lidocaine through penile stratum corneum (skin's outer layer), and thus attained maximum anesthetic effect, but retained great sensory feeling. Virtually no transfer of the anesthetic effect to the patient's partner has been reported, and prilocaine side effects have been eliminated. The secret to the new formulation lies in the strict proprietary balance of ingredient concentrations that maximized the effect of lidocaine's anesthetic efficacy.

"Dr. Gilbert was a superb and compassionate physician and after seeing so many men suffering from PE, he dedicated much of his professional career to finding a safe, easy-to-use, and inexpensive solution," says Jeff Abraham , CEO of Absorption Pharmaceuticals.

Available over-the-counter under FDA Monograph 21 CFR 348.10, Promescent is gaining acceptance by urologists and general practitioners across the U.S. The award of this patent strengthens Absorption Pharmaceuticals position as a leader in the treatment of premature ejaculation.

About Absorption Pharmaceuticals

Absorption Pharmaceuticals is the maker of Promescent, the world's first FDA-approved topical treatment for premature ejaculation. Based in Huntington Beach, California, the company was founded in 2011 and has seen tremendous growth including distribu
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