Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation (PE) is a common men's health condition when a man ejaculates within a short timeframe of starting sexual activity, without much stimulation. Naturally this may lead to frustration but the good news is that this condition can be treated using medication available at MedsNow.

33% 1 in 4
of men in England experience premature ejaculation Men climax within just 60 seconds

 

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EMLA Cream

EMLA cream, initially licensed as topical anaesthesia for genital mucosa, is also a numbing medication often used by men who are suffering from premature ejaculation. The medicine numbs the penis and helps men delay the time between an erection and the subsequent ejaculation.

£5.99
Priligy (Dapoxetine)

Priligy is a medication designed specifically to improve a man's control over his ejaculation. The medication aims to delay ejaculation, and improve the sex life for those men suffering from premature ejaculation. Our service is discrete, confidential, and allows you to discuss your care with medical professionals from the privacy of your home.

£22.99

Premature ejaculation (PE) is a condition when ejaculation happens before the intercourse or sooner than the man would like. There isn’t a set time as to when the man should ejaculate during sex, but if you lose the erection soon, it would be unsatisfactory for you and your partner.

It may happen occasionally, or it could be a regular event. Occasional PE is also known as rapid ejaculation or premature climax. While it may not be a cause for worry, it can be very frustrating for the man.

You may be diagnosed with PE if you:

  • Regularly ejaculate within two minutes of penetration

  • If you feel you have no control over when you ejaculate

  • Feel frustrated to the point that you avoid sexual intimacy

Many men feel embarrassed about the condition and avoid going to the doctor, but it is a common and treatable condition. Our clinic can prescribe premature ejaculation pills to help you deal with this condition via MedsNow.

The primary symptom of premature ejaculation is the inability to control ejaculation. The problem may occur in all sexual situations, including masturbation.

There are two ways to classify premature ejaculation:

  • Lifelong (Primary): This occurs nearly all of the time beginning with your first sexual encounter.

  • Acquired (Secondary): This is when the condition develops after you’ve had previous sexual experiences without any ejaculatory issues.

Some men may feel like they have the symptoms of premature ejaculation, but the symptoms may not necessarily meet the diagnostic criteria of PE. These men may have variable premature ejaculation, where it may include periods of rapid ejaculation and normal ejaculation.

The causes of premature ejaculation are not clear and may vary from one individual to another. It was once thought to be a psychological issue, but now doctors know that PE involves an interaction of psychological as well as biological factors.

Psychological Factors

They may include:

  • Poor body image 

  • Sexual anxiety

  • Stress,anxiety, or depression

  • Performance-related nervousness

  • Excessive excitement

  • Relationship problems

Physical Causes

Some biological factors include:

  • Abnormal hormone levels

  • Inherited traits

  • Abnormal levels of neurotransmitters

  • Inflammation or infection of prostate or urethra

  • Nerve Damage

Medical conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes can also have an effect.

The doctor will come up with a premature ejaculation treatment based on the causes of PE.

If the man feels like he doesn’t have control of when the ejaculation occurs, there is a chance that he suffers from premature ejaculation.   

If you think that PE is getting in the way of your sex life, you should arrange a consultation with our team to discuss further. These are some of the questions that we may ask you: 

  1. How often does it happen? 
  2. How long has the problem been there?  
  3. Are you struggling with stress or anxiety generally, or in regard to sexual intimacy? 
  4. Has it occurred with one partner or previous partners as well? 
  5. Does it happen every time you have sex? 
  6. Has PE affected your sex life? 
  7. Are there any other factors like drugs or alcohol that have made your PE better or worse? 

Premature ejaculation is a treatable condition. Common options include medications, topical anaesthetics, counselling or therapy.

Oral medication works by increasing the serotonin levels, which delay ejaculation.

Topical ointments and creamshelp in tackling PE by reducing the sensitivity of the penis, which helps in extending the time to ejaculation. Most of the topical creams are applied to the penis and wiped off before sex. They slightly numb the penis and allow men to last longer.


Some medicines that you can order from MedsNow include:

  1. Priligy Tablets (Dapoxetine)

  2. EMLA cream 30g tube 

  3. Stud 100

Our range of medication will help you treat PE.

Yes, the drugs that are used to cure PE are safe. You need to take them as prescribed.

  1. Can premature ejaculation be a cause for infertility? 

No, there is no evidence that premature ejaculation causes or is associated with infertility. 

  1. Is premature ejaculation the same as erectile dysfunction? 

No, erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation are not the same. Erectile dysfunction is when the man struggles to generate or maintain an erection. Premature ejaculation is when the man has an erection but ejaculates shortly after engaging in sexual activity 

  1. How long should a man last before ejaculation? 

There is no fixed answer to the time duration that a man should last before ejaculation. If you feel you are ejaculating before intercourse or if you don’t have control over it, you should speak to one of our team for help and advice. 

  1. How can I increase my ejaculation time? 

You can talk to our teamabout premature ejaculation tips that may help you last longer and enjoy your sexual life more 

  1. Is premature ejaculation curable? 

PE is a treatable condition. Medication or counselling,  or a combination of these can help in delaying ejaculation and improve your sex life for you and your partner.  

  1. Do squats cure premature ejaculation? 

Exercises like squats mayhelp in reducing the extent of PE, but they cannot cure them. Squats increase the blood flow to the pelvic region, and this can helpSquatsmight help you get better control of ejaculation, but there are no premature ejaculation exercises as such that can cure PE.  

  1. How to overcome premature ejaculation without drugs? 

Certain methods can help you reduce premature ejaculation without the use of drugs. These include pelvic floor muscle exercising, techniques like downtempo, pause-start, and squeeze method. You can talk to your doctor to learn how you can control premature ejaculation without medication. However, these will be temporary fixes.  

  1. Is premature ejaculation permanent? 

With the right course of treatment, PE won’t be a permanent issue. This may involve a mix of psychological therapy and prescription treatments. 

  1. Does premature ejaculation affect young men only? 

Ageing is not a direct cause of premature ejaculation and it can occur at any age. However, ageing does cause changes in erections and ejaculations. As men age, erections may not last long nor be as firm before ejaculation occurs.  

  1. Does premature ejaculation have a long term effect on your health? 

While premature ejaculation does not have physical effects on your health, it can affect your personal life. It can sometimes lead to stress, anxiety or relationship struggles.

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