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1️⃣ ㅤComplete our free & 100% online medical questionnaire
We’ll ask you a couple of quick medical questions. Tick the boxes and a clinician will review your answers and issue you a prescription.
2️⃣ ㅤA medical doctor reviews your order
Based on your answers, a licensed medical provider will determine if treatment is right for you.
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Your treatment will be shipped to you discreetly and for free, if prescribed by our doctors. This also includes instructions on how to use it.
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Everything you need to know about PE
What is Premature Ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation is when ejaculation occurs earlier than desired, often within 1 minute of penetrative sex. It’s characterized by an inability to delay orgasm to the extent that it causes bother or frustration to the patient and/or their partner. There are many possible causes of PE, ranging from physical causes to psychological causes. One of the problems with diagnosing and treating PE is that, until recently, there has not been agreement on its definition, and there’s no set “time to ejaculation” that defines PE. If you feel you ejaculate too quickly during sex, treatment may be appropriate for you.
Can Premature Ejaculation be treated?
Yes. Although no single treatment works for everyone, many men can be treated successfully through over-the-counter topicals, prescription medication, behavior modification, or a combination of these treatments. Some people see immediate results, but for many it takes time. Some men may need to try a few different methods before finding the right solution.
Are there side effects that come with prescription treatments?
The medications available for treating PE work for the vast majority of patients with a low risk of causing side effects. However, just as no drug works on everyone, no drug is 100% freee of side effects — and these treatments are no exception. The potential side effects depend on which medication you use, so be sure to check out each medication’s Important Safety Information for specifics. To reduce the risk of side effects, consult your doctor/general practitioner before use.
When and how should I start treatment?
In general, men between 18 and 64 years of age can take dapoxetine (also known by its brand name PriligyTM, Johnson and Johnson). Since the active ingredient is a prescription drug, its use must be medically justified. In general, dapoxetine can be prescribed to males who feels that they are coming too early and who would like to have more stamina for sexual activity.
How effective is Dapoxetine?
Dapoxetine is a safe and effective treatment for premature ejaculation (PE), but it has a high discontinuation rate, according to new research. In a recent Sexual Medicine study, almost 80% of men stopped using dapoxetine within the first six months. Cost was the most commonly-cited reason.
What is the delay spray and what is it used for?
Lidocaine is a local anaesthetic which is used to reduce the sensitivity to touch of the penis just before intercourse (sex). The reduction in sensitivity helps to delay ejaculation (climax) in cases of over-rapid or premature ejaculation (coming to a climax too quickly).
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Last Longer Pill
This treatment is an officially approved medication to treat Premature Ejaculation - PE for short - in men 18–64 years old.
The Delay Spray is designed to help keep sexual interaction with your partner going longer and stronger.
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Meet our medical team
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