There Is A Spray That Can Cure Men Who Suffer From Premature Ejaculation
The other day we introduced you to a new app that claims to help you control popping the cork too early in the bedroom. It basically just proved that there really is an app for everything in 2016.
Well, you must think I'm quite the expert considering I wrote that article too. But let me assure you, I'm not. Seriously, don't know what you're on about, mate. Writing this for a friend.
In all seriousness, it's the Achilles heel for 25 million men in Europe and I'm making it my mission to find a cure that doesn't consist of thinking of your gran when you're trying to be sexy.
If the app didn't work for you (or your friend), please don't give up at the first hurdle. But before we progress, I ask you to go into this with an open mind.
Spraying your sword before battle doesn't sound too stimulating, I know. But maybe that's the whole point and hey, if it works, it might even be an option going forwards.
The makers of a new 'miracle' spray that has now launched in the UK firmly believe that they have the answer.
Fortacin works by combining two anaesthetic medicines - lidocain and prolocaine. According to them, by applying it with three sprays, it decreases the sensitivity of the head of the penis to increase time before you release your load. Unbounded joy.
According to the firm, the product gets to work almost immediately upon application.
Just in case it does work, and so that you don't get over excited, the leaflet recommends that you don't use it more than three times in 24 hours. Other than that, go wild!
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