Climax Control Condoms: What Are They & Do They Work?

Along with penis size, stamina in the bedroom is a real concern for many men. Although there are ways to work around issues with premature ejaculation and satisfying your partner, being unable to control your orgasm can frustrating and can wreak havoc on the ego. This is where climax control condoms have entered the marketplace.

Climax control condoms use Benzocaine to desensitize the penis.

Climax control condoms use Benzocaine to desensitize the penis.

What Are Climax Control Condoms?

Climax control condoms, as the name implies, are designed to help control ejaculation. Sometimes referred to as “extended pleasure” condoms, these condoms have a special lubricant that is purported to help with premature ejaculation. What is this special lubricant?  Benzocaine.

Benzocaine is a topical pain reliever. This local anesthetic is often found in over-the-counter mouth pain treatments, such as Anbesol, Cepacol and Carmex. It is also sometimes found in ear drops used for the treatment of inner ear pain. The Benzocaine provides a slight numbing of the nerve endings where it is applied.

Climax control condoms can help minimize sensation to help prevent premature ejaculation.

Climax control condoms can help minimize sensation to help prevent premature ejaculation.

Pros About Climax Control Condoms

For men who have extreme premature ejaculation problems, the numbing sensation of the climax control condom can help minimize the sensation, and therefore control orgasm. If you find yourself orgasming at first entry, or worse – at first touch!, the numbing may be just what you need to get past this instantaneous orgasm. Also, most women don't notice any different sensation, than any other condom.

Climax control condoms can work too well, completely numbing the penis and preventing ejaculation or causing a loss of erection.

Climax control condoms can work too well, completely numbing the penis and preventing ejaculation or causing a loss of erection.

Cons About Climax Control Condoms

For some men, the numbing sensation is simply too much. Many users have reported having trouble orgasming with climax control condoms. It appears you the Benzocaine can take men from one extreme (premature ejaculation) to the other (unable to ejaculate).  Some have even reported the loss of erection, due to the loss of feeling in the penis, or an uncomfortable burning sensation, causing loss of erection. Occasionally, the numbness is also experienced by women, which can then be frustrating for both partners.

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