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Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation affects about 30% of men. It is defined as the inability to complete satisfactory sexual intercourse, that is to say that orgasm comes earlier than expected. Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual problems and can cause severe human stress and embarrassment. Premature ejaculation can occur during any type of sexual intercourse (vaginal, anal and oral) and during masturbation.

This disorder is best treated discreetly, that's why we offer you the chance to order your medication online if you do not want to talk to your doctor. You can complete a free online consultation so that we can provide you with the most appropriate treatment for your premature ejaculation.

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Priligy 30 mg and 60 mg tabletsPriligy is the first oral drug to treat premature ejaculation. This sexual dysfunction may be the cause of stress for men who suffer from it and so far there was no treatment to fight against this problem. With Priligy, there is now a drug approved by health authorities to treat premature ejaculation and have sex better controlled.
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How to diagnose premature ejaculation?

The average time before ejaculation during sex is different from person to person. While some men can last longer than 30 minutes before orgasm, others can cum in under 5 minutes. It is difficult to identify men with premature ejaculation and other, much depends on the experience and expectations.

In general, medical experts believe that premature ejaculation occurs when the man reaches orgasm in less than 2 minutes. By asking your doctor or by filling out our online free consultation will give you an accurate diagnosis of your condition

What are the causes of premature ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation can result from psychological, physical or lifestyle, or in some cases, a combination of the three. The major causes are psychological stress, lack of trust, guilt and anxiety. Sexually inexperienced men are more prone to psychological factors, however, this tends to improve with experience.

Premature ejaculation due to physical causes include neurological, vascular, spinal cord and multiple sclerosis. These physical problems are often inevitable and result in greater consequences in patients. The consumption of alcohol, drugs and nicotine are all preventable causes of premature ejaculation. These bad habits if continued, may lead to permanent problems later in life.

How to treat premature ejaculation?

Before starting any treatment of premature ejaculation, it is important to know the causes. The best way to find out is to ask yourself the following questions:

  • Is it a problem due to psychological factors or physical factors?
  • Is an ongoing problem or is it recent?

If you still have difficulties to know the cause of your premature ejaculation, please complete an online consultation you will receive a full diagnosis and treatments available to address them.

Couple therapy can be beneficial to those being together for long. You and your partner can begin this type of professional help and receive helpful tips to solve this problem.You will have the opportunity to learn techniques that can effectively fight against premature ejaculation such as the "squeeze technique" and "technical stop year go". Sex therapy are also common to solve the problems of premature ejaculation.

Drug treatments

Priligy Dapoxetine belongs to a group of drugs known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Although their first job is to treat depression, their effects are known to increase the time before ejaculation to have sex longer. Priligy has been specifically manufactured to treat premature ejaculation and is now available for sale in Europe.

What is next?

To learn more about available treatments against premature ejaculation, you can contact your doctor. If you want to do it quietly, we can offer an online consultation. It's free and only takes a few minutes to complete. After reviewing your consultation and medical information you have provided, one of our certified physicians in the UK can recommend appropriate treatment.