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How do I know if I am suffering from premature ejaculation?

The average time before climax during sexual activity is different for every man. It usually boils down to personal experience and the expectations of you and your partner. Medical experts agree that a man may suffer from PE if he reaches climax in less than 2 minutes.

What causes PE?

This common condition can be caused by psychological or physical factors, or can develop as the result of an unhealthy lifestyle. Common psychological causes include: stress, guilt, anxiety, depression and a lack of sexual confidence. Men who are sexually inexperienced are more likely to suffer from psychological causes, but as they become more sexually confident the problem may disappear by itself and a premature ejaculation cure may not be necessary.

Physical causes of PE include neurological and vascular conditions, spinal cord injuries and multiple sclerosis. Even the regular intake of alcohol, drugs and nicotine can have a negative effect on how the penis functions. During diagnosis, you may be told by a specialist to curb these habits in order to assist with the cure naturally.

What do I do next?

To find out if you are suffering from this, and to ascertain the root cause, your doctor will properly diagnose your condition. To avoid the embarrassment of a face-to-face consultation, which may take weeks to arrange, you can speak to our online specialist who can diagnose your condition quicker. Premature ejaculation treatment options can then be discussed so that you can regain control of your sex life and enjoy intimacy with your partner once more.

Using premature ejaculation treatment

There are different types of treatment that can be used; because PE may be worse in some men than others, our doctor can help you to decide which methods may best improve your condition.

You and your partner may also benefit by talking openly about your condition with a therapist. Physiological causes such as stress and anxiety can be treated by discussing the problem in a non-judgmental environment.

What is Priligy? A prescription medication that is also used to stop premature ejaculation. This medication stimulates the penis for longer so that you can prolong sexual intercourse before reaching climax. Often considered the most reliable method of treatment, Priligy can be taken by the majority of sufferers to stop premature ejaculation.

Buying premature ejaculation treatment online

Delay ejaculation with effective genuine branded medication from 121doc. You can buy Priligy online after you have completed a short consultation with our specialist. Once you have answered a set of medical questions our doctor will assess whether this drug is a suitable treatment for your condition. If you are approved for treatment, a course of tablets will be dispatched the very same day and delivered the next day.

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Take one tablet of Priligy before sexual intercourse and increase time to ejaculation by up to 300%.

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Cream

EMLA is an anesthetic cream that reduces the sensitivity of the tip of the penis for around 20 minutes.

FAQs

What is included in the online consultation?
Will a doctor review my consultation?
What happens after I submit my order?
Is the price all-inclusive?
Can I place more than one order at a time?
What are my delivery options?
Is it safe to buy prescription medication online?
How do I know which treatment is best for me?
Is this service discreet?
What is included in the online consultation?

Our consultations include general questions about your health (e.g. blood pressure levels, current and past conditions), as well as specific questions related to your selected treatment. We will also request relevant personal information to complete payment and delivery.

All questions are necessary, and your answers and details will not be shared with any third-parties. Only our doctors have access to your medical information.

Will a doctor review my consultation?

It is a legal and medical requirement that a doctor first reviews all completed consultations. We have a team of in-house doctors and specialists who will ensure your selected treatment is safe for your use. All information is stored securely and confidentially.

Please note, we do not guarantee that our doctors will approve treatment.

What happens after I submit my order?

Your consultation will be sent directly to our medical team, where it will be reviewed by one of our doctors.

If your chosen treatment is deemed suitable for your use, they will issue a prescription. Your prescription is then forwarded to our pharmacy, where your medication will be dispensed and dispatched for courier delivery.

Is the price all-inclusive?

Yes. All 121doc orders include a medical consultation, a prescription and next-day delivery. There are no additional costs. We believe in providing a safe and easy-to-use service.

Can I place more than one order at a time?

Yes. However, certain medications may negatively interact with each other. Our doctors may not approve your order on this basis.

You can place multiple items in one basket, and complete a consultation for all.

If you wish to place a second order for a different medication, you will have to complete a separate consultation.

What are my delivery options?

We offer several delivery options:

  • Next-day delivery
  • UPS Access Point - convenient parcel drop-off and collection near your home or work address
  • Nominated-day delivery - choose the most convenient day for delivery

All these options can be tracked and require a signature on delivery. If you are not available, a friend or relative can sign in your place.

None of these options will incur an additional charge.

Is it safe to buy prescription medication online?

To ensure you are purchasing from a reputable company, you should look to see their country’s regulatory bodies verify them.

In the UK, this is the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).Certificates can be viewed here.

How do I know which treatment is best for me?

Some treatments also offer the 'Advise Me' function. You will be asked questions about your lifestyle and needs, plus medical questions. You will then be presented with the advice of our doctors.

Is this service discreet?

Our patients’ privacy is of utmost importance. All your medical information is securely stored and only viewed by our doctors. We do not share your details with third-parties. We are also regularly inspected by various UK regulatory agencies, such as the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).

All orders will only show on invoices, bank statements, etc. as ‘HHC Ltd’.

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