The man behind Viagra might have just cured premature ejaculation

The man behind Viagra might have just cured premature ejaculation

CultureMarch 08, 2017

Good news for men everywhere who can’t seem to last in the bedroom no matter how much they think of their grandma and/or Khloe Kardashian during sex. A new medication showing promising results is looking to finally put an end to premature ejaculation and bring a sigh of relief from every woman who’s blown the moment by going too fast.

Professor Mike Wyllie, one of the leading scientists behind Viagra, is moving on from helping men to get hard to helping men stay hard. Premature ejaculation affects 40 percent of men ages 18-60 and Wyllie believes his new medication, Fortacin, is the answer to their prayers.

Fortacin is a spray-on medication utilizing two low doses of anesthetic to reduce sensitivity, which is believed to be the most prevalent cause of premature ejaculation. During its 3 month trials, men who used the spray saw an increase in their sexual sustainability go from one minute to 8-10 minutes — coincidentally the exact amount of time most women want men to last. The spray takes up to 5 minutes to kick in, but can be applied 2 hours before sexual things happen.

And if you’re worried about numbing your penis to no return, don’t worry. According to Wyllie, Fortacin doesn’t contain any numbing agents, so you and your partner are both safe from ruining your genitals.

The medication is still new and with that comes a hefty price tag. As of now, 20 doses of spray will run you $125 (or about $6.25 per use). However, if you’ve been stuck constantly trying to envision Oompa Loompa’s dancing in chocolate rivers to stave off climaxing too fast, that all seems like a small price to pay to make someone who actually chose to sleep with you happy.