Development of the first wearable prototype by Morari Medical can help males to deal with the problem of premature ejaculation (PE).
Morari Medical is an emerging company known for its work on the wellness and sexual health of individuals. The company plans to publicize this early-stage product (wearable prototype) at booth number 51528 of the CES (Consumer Electronics Show).
Among adult men, almost thirty percent have to face the problem of premature ejaculation. That is one of the common sexual dysfunctions in males. San Diego Sexual Medicine and Morari Medical have joined hands to carry out research on the wearable prototype.
Though premature ejaculation is the leading sexual dysfunction in men, many of them avoid talking about it. Jeff Bennett is an expert in the Medical Device Industry and the mastermind behind Morari Medical company.
He observed that using neuromodulation for the development of a wearable prototype is a realistic approach to affect the nerve transmission between ejaculatory nerves and the brain and deal with the problem of PE.
In addition to its role in premature ejaculation, neuromodulation is also known as an effective way for the treatment of many other medical issues.
The discreet and easy-to-use wearable prototype developed by Morari Medical uses neuromodulation and works without affecting the partner’s enjoyment. Bennett’s team comprises of experts in the field of sexual health and urology with a collective experience of over seventy-five years.
Dr. Dicken S. C. Ko, also a part of Bennett’s team, is a CMO and Professor of Urology at St. Elizabeth Medical Center. He is a former Regional Urology Director at Harvard Medical School and has worked there for almost 22 years.
According to Dr. Ko, PE is a serious problem that affects the quality of life but most of the men experiencing this condition avoid seeing a medical professional and talk about it. Apart from this, doctors also lack in providing a good option for the treatment of premature ejaculation.
For over twenty years, no advancement has been observed in the treatment of PE. Dr. Irwin Goldstein is a well-known name in the area of sexual medicine. He has partnered up with Morari Medical and San Diego Sexual Medicine to demonstrate the usefulness of this wearable sextech solution.
According to Dr. Goldstein, premature or early ejaculation is one of the common reasons for which couples seek sex therapy. And approximately sixty percent of the men experiencing this problem wish to avoid rapid ejaculation at some point in their life.
But the current treatments available for PE are disappointing for being messy and inconvenient, and for interfering with the partner’s experience. Morari’s purpose is to put an end to frustration and distress of premature ejaculation, and thus rebuild men’s confidence and improve sexual experience.
In the first quarter of this year, Morari Medical company established by Jeff Bennett will collaborate with San Diego Sexual Medicine to carry out a study for testing this first wearable prototype. The findings of the research will facilitate the company in the release of this product to treat PE.
The product is expected to be released commercially in the year 2021.