Promescent And Your Partner
HideCan the desensitizing (numbing) effect transfer to my partner?If applied properly this is highly unlikely.
HideWill my partner be able to detect that I'm using Promescent?As long as you apply Promescent as directed and wipe off any excess, the only thing your partner will notice is that you're lasting longer.
HideDo I need to wear a condom with Promescent?No. Unlike other topicals , Promescent actually penetrates the skin. With its advanced absorption technology, Promescent goes to work where it's needed. As long as it's applied as directed, rubbed in thoroughly, and any excess product removed prior to intimacy, its effects shouldn't transfer to your partner.
HideDoes Promescent protect against sexually transmitted diseases?No topical treatment for premature ejaculation will protect against sexually transmitted diseases. Although use of a condom will greatly reduce the likelihood that one will contract an STD, sexual abstinence is the only way to guarantee that one will not contract an STD.
HideCan I use Promescent if we're trying to get pregnant or my partner is pregnant?Promescent has nothing in it that will prevent pregnancy or reduce the likelihood of pregnancy. However, the active ingredient in Promescent - lidocaine, is a category B compound per the FDA. This means that lidocaine has not been proven to be safe to use in pregnancy. While there is no data that we are aware of that suggests that lidocaine is dangerous in pregnancy, we are still unable to recommend it in couples who are or may become pregnant