Delay Premature Ejaculation Cure – A Review
This web site has several contributors, and thanks to our volunteers we’ve been able to review quite a few male enhancement products, but it is very much still a work in progress, with quite a few reviews still ongoing.
It’s not just our aim to review products that claim to give you a bigger penis, but to try and sift through the literally mountains of spammy rubbish online to also find effective solutions for other male sexual health problems, and to hopefully provide you with useful advice about sexual health and happiness.
The most important thing to realise is this:
If you have any kind of problem with your kit, don’t worry about it. Don’t get stressed about it. And most of all, don’t ignore your problem. If your sex life is suffering, your partner’s is too – so try to discuss things together. You’ll be surprised at how helpful and supportive your partner is likely to be, and surprised perhaps at how easy the solution is. Even if you have to swallow your pride and chat with a doctor, it is better than sticking your head in the sand and ignoring your problem.
Quite a few of our readers get in touch from time to time, saying ‘what about this product?’ or ‘is this any good?’ and most of the time we have to say ‘don’t know, haven’t got the time or resources to try EVERY SINGLE product going, but we’ll give it a go if we can.
One of the products that keep cropping up in these emails is Delay – advertised as a natural cure for premature ejaculation. And since so many readers have asked about it, we thought we should take a proper look.
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A little research tells us that this a very popular male enhancement product, in fact the most popular herbal formulation for premature ejaculation on the market. The makers claim to have commissioned a study before the product launched, and their website states that the product can ‘permanently cure premature ejaculation in up to 92% of cases’. Bold claims indeed.
Here at Male Enhancement Naturally we’ve been around, seen everything, bought the t-shirt in fact, and if there’s one thing we do know, it’s that websites that make foolish and unverifiable claims get shut down pretty quickly. They tend to pop up, flood the internet with spammy emails, make a quick buck and then disappear, only to re-appear with a different web address and/or brand name a few weeks later. These fly by night sites cannot be trusted, and we’ll never recommend anything from them.
So, does Delay and its 92% claim fit into this category? Simply, no. It seems like a trustworthy brand, there is no evidence of people complaining about it on any of the multitude of websites and forums dedicated to the purpose of rubbishing products, and the site has been online for over 3 years. On this evidence alone we feel confident enough to say it is a reliable product.
But, this is a review site, and our readers (especially those who have been kind enough to contact us, thanks!) want to know just one thing – DOES IT WORK?
Here’s the rub – finding volunteers who want to try making their penises bigger is astoundingly easy. Finding someone who wants to stand up and say ‘I suffer from premature ejaculation, I’ll review it’ is less easy!
So, as editor, I took on this challenge myself. Premature ejaculation is not a full time problem for me, but I never last as long as I would like, truth be told. I normally come within 3 or 4 minutes, and often find it hard to control things for longer than this. I know 3-4 minutes is outside the category of clinical premature ejaculation (arguably less than 2 and a half minutes) but I figured that if it can help me last longer, there’s no reason why it couldn’t help some poor unfortunate soul who lasts a shorter time than me, right?
A few years ago, I had a serious bout of depression, in fact I attempted suicide (not because of sex-related issues thanks, before those rumours start swirling) and had to take anti-depressants – specifically Citalopram. As an even younger man I had to take Prozac, but this wasn’t effective so I moved on to Seroxat.
So what? I hear you ask.
They are all SSRIs, thats what. Selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitors. SSRIs alter your mood by raising the levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin, and by blocking it’s absorption. Serotonin is also active in the sexual arousal and ejaculatory processes, and a surfeit of it prevents you from ejaculating, or at least makes it very difficult to do so. This is why many doctors now prescribe Prozac for sufferers of premature ejaculation.
Trust me, when you’re depressed, you have a much lower sex drive, but you are still capable of sex if you become aroused. When I was taking anti-depressants, I could not come. At all. This is known as anorgasmia and is one of the multiplicity of potential side effects that the makers of anti-depressants helpfully print on their data-sheets, just to scare you into wondering whether being suicidal might just be better than taking the medicine.
A couple of weeks after finishing my course, I was the same as before – coming in just 3 or so minutes. I can therefore personally attest that SSRIs WILL prevent premature ejaculation while you are taking them, but there is a good chance that 1. you won’t be able to come at all and 2. you’ll be straight back the way you were as soon as you stop taking them.
I reveal all this because the makers of Delay claim that their formula works in a similar way to SSRIs, but by mimicking the effects of excess serotonin rather than by actually producing an excess of serotonin.
Again, researching the ingredients leads me to conclude that their claims are correct.
I ordered a three month course, and I’m now 2 months into it, and will post a foot note to this review when my course finishes. Since I started taking it, I’ve found that my sex drive has increased, and that I’m able to last at least 5 minutes everytime. Better still, its so much easier to get hard again for a second round, and on the second go I can keep it going for well over 10 minutes.
The makers claim it will provide a permament cure after 3 months (for most users) but I won’t know if this is true til after I stop taking it. Until then, in answer to all those readers who have kindly contacted us asking ‘is Delay any good?’ I answer very simply.
Yes, it is.