Safe Use Of Promescent
HideIs Promescent safe?Yes, when used as directed, Promescent is safe and effective. Promescent was developed by urologists and it complies with the most current FDA regulations for over-the-counter treatment of premature ejaculation.
HideAre there any side effects?Promescent is a topical desensitizing agent that causes temporary numbing. If too much spray is applied to the penis, side effects could include temporary loss of sensitivity and possibly a temporary loss of erection. Other side effects could include skin irritation, burning or excessive numbing. If any of these side effects occur, immediately discontinue the use of Promescent, wash the penis with soap and water and consult a physician if symptoms persist for more than 12 hours.
HideIs it safe for oral contact?PROMESCENT is safe for oral contact. However the potential for numbness of a sexual partner is even more significant with oral contact. Be sure to thoroughly remove the product prior to oral contact.
HideWill I need to wash my hands after I rub on the spray?Yes. You should wash your hands thoroughly after applying the product to minimize the chances of transferring it to your partner and to prevent Promescent from coming in contact with your eyes, as serious medical problems may occur.
HideDoes Promescent protect against sexually transmitted diseases?No, Promescent does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases. Sexual abstinence is the only sure way of avoiding sexually transmitted diseases. Condom use may protect against the spread of sexually transmitted diseases