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We understand that finishing too soon can make things awkward and can have negative repercussions on your confidence and your partner’s sexual satisfaction.

How early is too early? Whether it’s under a minute or less than five, if it’s causing you anxiety or affecting your relationships, it’s worth doing something about it.

Premature Ejaculation (PE) is a common issue that affects 1 in 3 men. However, with the right medication, we can help you last longer and make sex enjoyable and stress-free again.

Priligy tablets give you more control over ejaculation and double your time to climax while EMLA Cream acts as an anesthetic cream that is applied directly to the penis and provides numbing, making you last longer.

Your PE solution will be delivered free of charge in a small, plain package to ensure privacy and discretion.


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What is Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is a sexual dysfunction that keeps you and your partner from fully enjoying sex.

What does Premature ejaculation feel like?

Premature Ejaculation is when you climax too soon before your partner (or you) feels satisfied by the intercourse. Some researches consider '2 minutes' to be the minimum time of ejaculation after initiating sexual intercourse, there is still no set time to use as a reference.

  • Nearly 1 in 3 men experience premature ejaculation at some point in their lives
  • Premature Ejaculation is the most common sexual dysfunction
  • Priligy is a safe, effective and potent treatment that prolongs the timing for 2 or 3 times on average

Is Premature ejaculation common?

If your partner takes less than a minute to reach orgasm, and that minute is enough to make you as well feel satisfied, then you are completely normal. On the other hand, if you can hold up to five minutes for example, and still your partner does not reach orgasm during these five minutes, then you have a problem. The perfect timing differs from one couple to another; it is not a fixed thing.

Nearly 1 in 3 men experience premature ejaculation at some point in their lives. Therefore, you should not worry too much about it if you are experiencing it lately since it can be just a temporary thing. 

Should I seek help?

However, if this becomes a frequent issue for you, and you find it negatively affecting your sex life and your partner's satisfaction for long periods, then it is considered as a sexual problem that requires attention.

Erectile Dysfunction

Keep in mind that erectile dysfunction is different from erectile dysfunction, which is the failure to get or keep an erection that is firm enough to allow sexual penetration and satisfy the other partner. The major issue with early ejaculation is that it makes you lose the erection, and thus the 'penetration' part of the intercourse stops at this point. However, erectile dysfunction is the most common physical cause of premature ejaculation.


Physiology of premature ejaculation

The exact causes of rapid ejaculation are unknown. However, most physicians choose not to look for a certain cause since the physiological mechanism behind premature ejaculation is known and easily treatable. 

Researches show that most men with premature ejaculation have low serotonin levels compared to normal men. Low serotonin levels cause you to lose control over ejaculation, making you orgasm too soon. Oral medications, like Priligy, act by increasing your serotonin levels and thus enabling you to hold for a longer time. 

Although it is known that low serotonin is the main cause of early ejaculation, what causes serotonin levels to drop is still a mystery. 

Proposed mental causes of premature ejaculation

  • Emotional (nervous) problems
    Emotional problems are the most common identifiable causes of premature ejaculation.

  • Stress, depression, relationship problems and anxiety about sexual performance, all are examples of psychological factors that require managing by premature ejaculation medications and other treatments.

  • Most men feel anxious about their sexual performance when they are about to enter a new relationship. This is a common thing and most men tend to feel too worried about it. Being too worried about experiencing sexual dysfunctions, such as premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction, can, on its own, cause that sexual dysfunction. If this is the case for you, if you are too worried about premature ejaculation at the start of your new relationship, then your physician will prescribe you Priligy to help you cool down and worry less, and to benefit from the serotonin-like action of Priligy that prevents rapid ejaculation from occurring.

Proposed physical causes of premature ejaculation

  • Physical illness or disease
    Although erectile dysfunction (failure to get or maintain a firm erection) and premature ejaculation (reaching orgasm too early) are two different sexual dysfunctions, erectile dysfunction is the main physical cause of premature ejaculation.
    If this is the case for you, then your doctor may prescribe Viagra or other erectile dysfunction medications for you.

    If you have prostatic or thyroid problems and started experiencing premature ejaculation recently, then you should consult your physician, since you might need treatment for your specific underlying causes of rapid ejaculation or treatments for rapid ejaculation as a separate condition.

Other medical causes of premature ejaculation

  • Drug intake 
    Many recreational drugs can cause rapid ejaculation.


How does premature ejaculation occur in the body?

To understand why you may have early ejaculation and how it is treated, first, you need to know how ejaculation occurs. Ejaculation is controlled mainly by brain chemicals; the most important of which is the chemical serotonin. Males with low serotonin levels are less likely to be capable of delaying ejaculation compared to others with normal serotonin levels.

How can I treat premature ejaculation? 

The oral medication Priligy is the drug of choice for treating rapid ejaculation for most men. Clinical studies have shown that Priligy prolongs the timing for 2 or 3 times on average. Priligy is considered a serotonin uptake inhibitor that is short-acting and selective.

  • Serotonin uptake inhibitor: this means it acts by preventing the uptake of serotonin by the brain after it is released, which results in higher serotonin levels in your blood.
  • Short-acting: Priligy should be taken 1-3 hours before intercourse, and lasts for 12 hours (which means it works only when you need it to, not longer than that)
  • Selective: it means minimum side effects since Priligy targets serotonin only

As mentioned, Priligy has minimal side effects and it is tolerated well as a rule. Headache, nausea, dizziness and diarrhoea are the most common.


What are the symptoms of premature ejaculation?

The sexual act for men is divided into two parts – erection & ejaculation. Erectile dysfunction means having difficulties with erection. Premature ejaculation means ejaculating semen too soon.

Failure to hold and delay ejaculation for less than a minute or two during intercourse (or masturbation) for long periods or on a frequent basis – This is the main symptom of premature ejaculation.

When to seek help?

If you have premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction that lead to unsatisfactory sexual life, stress, anxiety, embarrassment, low self-confidence, or inability to conceive, then the cause and treatment of the problem should be sought.


  • Premature ejaculation and masturbation … are these two connected?

    If practiced in non-harmful or extreme manner, masturbation does not cause any sexual dysfunctions at all. However, if you have developed the habit of reaching orgasm quickly when masturbating, then you can get yourself premature ejaculation just by habit. 

    Make sure to last for long enough time when masturbating, so as not to train your brain to send 'ejaculation signals' too soon.

  • Are there supplements for treating premature ejaculation?

    While supplements can enhance your general health and your boost your performance, there is no specific vitamin, mineral or other supplements that can be used alone as effective treatments of erectile dysfunction.

  • Which doctor should I visit to discuss premature ejaculation and get a prescription?

    You can visit a urologist or a sexologist. You can also consult your family physician or psychiatrist.

  • How common premature ejaculation is?

    Premature ejaculation is the most common sexual dysfunction at all. Nearly 1 in 3 men experience premature ejaculation at some point of their lives, and 1 in 5 men experience rapid ejaculation on frequent basis worldwide.

  • Is there an exercise for early ejaculation … is it helpful?

    There is an exercise to strengthen pelvic floor muscles, called Kegel.

    You start by contracting your pelvic floor muscles, hold the contraction for four seconds, and then relax for four seconds. Repeat the exercise a few times in a row, and try doing it while standing, sitting, walking, etc. Keep in mind that it is a brain exercise mainly, so stay focused on doing it from time to time.

  • How to prevent erectile dysfunction?

    Since nearly all men practice masturbation at some point of their lives, you should always train yourself to last longer when masturbating.

    If you are about to enter a new relationship, you can use Priligy to prevent first-time rapid ejaculation.

  • Does Viagra treat premature ejaculation?

    Viagra is a medication prescribed for erectile dysfunction. It does not affect ejaculation directly and therefore not prescribed for premature ejaculation. However, erectile dysfunction is the main physical cause of premature ejaculation, and therefore your doctor may prescribe Viagra or other erectile dysfunction medications for you.

  • How many Priligy pills do I need to take?

    Only one pill (30 mg) once daily. You should take it 1 to 3 hours before intercourse with one full glass of water. Its effect lasts for around 12 hours.

    Priligy has minimal side effects that can include headache, nausea, dizziness and diarrhea are the most common.

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PriligyEMLA Cream
Active IngredientDapoxetineLocal Anaesthethics; lidocaine and prilocaine
DosageONE tablet 1-2 hours before sexual activityApplied 15-20 minutes before sexual activity, and wash off before sexual activity.
Side EffectsMost common; dizziness, nausea, headachesMost common: swelling / redness, tingling