Climax Spray (Lignocaine) is an anesthetic treatment that is used to help men prevent the occurrence of premature ejaculation. The active ingredient in Climax Spray is lignocaine which is an anesthetic. This gives helps to give men more control on their ejaculation hence they can avoid premature ejaculation.
Premature ejaculation is an indication of a gap in a male’s expectations and actual performance time. It should be noted that the two impulses responsible for ejaculation are psychic and somatic. Climax spray is created to help increase sensitivity threshold and delay ejaculation making a man enjoy slow and pleasurable sexual experience. This improves the sex quality not only for the male partner but the female one as well.
How to use Climax
Men are advised to be extra cautious when using Climax spray. Start by shaking the container well and if it’s a first time use, you can spray a few puffs on the air. Point the nozzle of the can towards the penis a distance of 5cm or so away from the penis glans. Then spray climax on the penis glans three or four times. For best results, it is advised that the spray to be used 5-15 minutes before the start of the actual sexual activity.
Climax spray should only be used when sexual interaction is anticipated. The use should be as minimal as possible and one may choose to apply small doses of 3-4 sprays for every sexual activity. Before using the spray, it is advised that the expiry date be confirmed. Expired Climax Spray (Lignocaine) are less effective and in some instances may stir undesired side effects. The spray is for external application only and should be used strictly by women. It can be used together with condoms but before using it with other sex boosting solutions, it is advised that you consult with your physician for more information on its reactions.
Climax Side Effects
Climax spray is a well tested and developed premature ejaculation solution that has no side effects to users in most cases. There are however mild side effects that would not be uncommon to experience and these include a mild burning sensation on the penis or complete numbness of the penis. This however should fade after a few minutes. If they persist or maybe worsen, users are advised to immediately seek medical attention.
Climax Spray (Lignocaine) may not be suitable in correcting premature ejaculation for all men. If you have known hypersensitive reactions or have allergies, you should talk to your doctor before administering climax spray. The medication should only be used as prescribed by a pharmacist and dosages should not be altered irrespective of the responses in terms of how fast or delayed a person using the spray ejaculates. Talk to your physician about your or your partner’s allergies, disorders or medical conditions, drugs or medication as well as supplements that may react with the spray. Also talk to your pharmacist about using Climax Spray (Lignocaine) with a pregnant or breastfeeding partner or are trying to get a baby.