If you suffer from premature ejaculation, or feel that you ‘come’ too quickly, our doctors can suggest suitable treatments to help you last longer.
Our doctors can prescribe and send you Priligy tablets that can help you last almost twice as long.
Our doctors can also prescribe an anaesthetic gel which will numb the sensation on your penis and help you last longer.
Take our free assessment and our doctors will advise you on which treatments are appropriate for you.
|EMLA® cream||25mg / 5g tube||£20.00|
|EMLA® cream||25mg / 30g tube||£30.00|
|Priligy||30mg / 3 tablets||£28.00|
|Priligy||30mg / 6 tablets||£50.00|
|Priligy||30mg / 12 tablets||£90.00|
|Priligy||60mg / 6 tablets||£125.00|
Dispensing and standard delivery included.
Next Day Delivery: £3.99
Side effects of taking Priligy are uncommon but may include:
You should not experience side-effects from using the anaesthetic cream EMLA, although you may find that your sexual pleasure is decreased by the numbing effect of the cream.
There are several alternative treatments for premature ejaculation including:
Priligy helps men who cannot naturally control their ejaculation and who normally ejaculate within less than 1-2 minutes to last longer during sex.
It doesn’t cure premature ejaculation, but it can treat it temporarily by boosting your serotonin levels. It is taken one to three hours before sex and it wears off an hour or two afterwards. Priligy’s active ingredient is dapoxetine.
EMLA Cream contains two local anaesthetics: lidocaine and prilocaine. It reduces the sense of feeling in the skin of the penis, which slows down ejaculation.
You apply a small amount of cream to the head of the penis 15-20 minutes before sex. Once you feel your penis has become numb, wash off any excess cream just before you have sex so that it does not numb the sensation for your partner.
Premature ejaculation is when a man cannot control or delay ejaculation. Ejaculation is usually considered to be premature if it occurs within the first 2 minutes of sex. It can be treated with psychological counselling and medical treatments, such as a serotonin boosting drug called Priligy and a local anaesthetic cream (EMLA) that temporarily numbs the sensation in the penis.
Doctors don’t completely understand the causes of premature ejaculation, but your serotonin level affects sleep, appetite and sexual desire. Premature ejaculation can occur when there is insufficient serotonin in your brain stem. Reasons for premature ejaculation are therefore thought to include: stress, guilt, depression, emotional distress, excessive excitement, performance-related (and other forms of) anxiety, relationship issues, along with physical causes such as: hypersensitivity of the skin of the penis, diabetes, high blood pressure, thyroid problems, prostate disease, and binge drinking.
Damage to nerves caused by multiple sclerosis can also cause premature ejaculation.
Premature ejaculation is more common in men aged 35 or younger than in older men, but it seems to occur in men who are dealing with a new relationship, a new experience, or a stressful situation in a relationship.