Freezing of the Overactive Nerve Tissue


In a recent experiment into premature ejaculation in men conducted in the city of Chicago, an unusual approach was taken which included the freezing of penile nerve tissue to lessen the sensation of overactive nerves allowing men to enhance their sexual activity up to three times longer before reaching an orgasm. More Here:


The study which included the technique performed on 24 men who were non-responsive to traditional medical treatments. Prior to the procedure the men were found on average to experience a premature ejaculation 36 seconds before or during the sexual activity, subsequently lasting around 110 seconds before ejaculation three months after the procedure was completed.  See WebMD.


The procedure which involves inserting a small hole within the skin just below the belly button and using graphical imaging for direction, the surgeon is able to access one of the two dorsal nerves of the penis recognized as the cause of premature ejaculation. The surgeon then freezes the nerve thus making it no longer active.


Although still in its experimental stage and easily performed, the operation lasts about 45 minutes and the only complaint ever reported by the patient has been a slight cold sensation.


Patients having undergone the procedure were routinely questioned on their sexual satisfaction. Notably all the men reported improvements in their sexual activity relative to their premature ejaculation without any significant side-effects.


Some men however during the third month after having the procedure started prematurely ejaculating again which recognized the procedure as inconclusive in its findings and as such subject to further research.