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Premature Ejaculation Treatment in Winnipeg

Premature Ejaculation (PE) is a condition where a man ejaculates earlier during sexual activity than he or his partner would like. This common sexual challenge can lead to feelings of embarrassment, frustration, and avoidance of intimacy. However, understanding and appropriate management can help men regain control and improve their sexual experiences.

 The root causes of PE can be diverse, encompassing psychological concerns like anxiety and relationship stress, as well as certain physiological factors. Treatment strategies vary and may include behavioural techniques, counselling, and medications tailored to the individual’s needs.

 To put it simply: Premature Ejaculation is like a race ending before you want it to, but with the right guidance and solutions, it’s possible to pace and enjoy the journey. 

At Men’s Health Clinic Manitoba, we provide specialized care for men dealing with premature ejaculation in Winnipeg. Our team of professionals is dedicated to offering effective treatments and guidance, ensuring enhanced intimacy and confidence in one’s sexual life.

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Treatment Highlights

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PE treatment includes therapy, behavioral techniques, medications, and addressing erectile dysfunction.

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Psychological therapy involves having a discussion around the situation and the potential problems that may be leading to the PE.

Frequently asked questions about premature ejaculation

The exact cause of PE is not known. Previously, it was thought to be only psychological, but newer evidence suggests a complex interaction between psychological and biological factors.

Psychological causes can include depression, early sexual experiences, guilt, etc.… Biological factors may be due to abnormalities in hormone levels or neurotransmitters or inflammation/infection of the urinary tract.

The diagnosis of PE is based on history. However, if a man and his partner are not bothered by their timing of ejaculation, then no treatment is needed.

Questions that will be asked include the following:


  • How long have you had PE?
  • How bothersome is your PE?
  • Does this happen with intercourse, masturbation or both?
  • Does this happen with one partner or all partners?
  • Does it happen after every sexual encounter?
  • Have you noticed anything that may have caused it? (i.e. medication changes?)
  • How is your relationship?
  • Is there anything that makes PE worse or better (i.e., drugs, alcohol, etc.)?

PE should be approached from a multi-modal perspective. This can include some or all of the following:

  • Psychological therapy
  • Behavioural therapy
  • Medications


Psychological therapy involves having a discussion around the situation and the potential problems that may be leading to the PE. Psychological therapy is geared towards helping you become less nervous and working through your experience to help improve your sexual performance.

Behavioural therapy is geared towards mechanisms to help build tolerance or delay ejaculation. This can be either using the squeeze method (i.e. you or your partner squeezing the penis to prevent ejaculation) or start-stop method.

Finally, a number of medications can be used along with the aforementioned therapies. These can include pills, numbing creams or sprays. For men who may have concurrent issues with erectile dysfunction (ED), treatment involves treating the ED as that has been shown to improve the PE.


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