Premature Ejaculation Prescription

Get Treatment For Premature Ejaculation

Quick easy access to a prescription for Premature Ejaculation treatment.
Simple, fast and discreet service with complete clinical safety

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About This Service

We offer a questionnaire based prescription service, without the need for video consultation. Treatments are based upon UK approved best practice.

Pick from one of the lists of medications offered including the dosage. We offer standard amounts as per UK guidelines, to ensure prescriptions are reviewed at appropriate intervals.

Fill in your contact details and complete all the pages of your chosen questionnaire as accurately as you can.

One of our GPs/Pharmacists will review your answers carefully, to ensure the requested  medication can be prescribed safely. You will then be notified of an outcome.

  1. Your prescription has been accepted and you will receive an email code from our partner Signature Rx. Which you can take to most UK pharmacies, to redeem your medication (NB private charge for each script is payable to the pharmacy)
  2. Your request has been declined, our clinicians will either offer an alternative medication or suggest you complete a video appointment to discuss things in more detail.

These services are for non-acute conditions, if you are unwell please seek urgent medical attention via 111/999 if life threatening emergency

If you would rather discuss your concerns with a clinician directly please feel free to book one of our video consultations where the doctor can review your history and if appropriate, prescribe your requested medication.

Fill our questionnaire to get a prescription

Frequently Asked Questions

Premature ejaculation refers to a condition where a man ejaculates too quickly or uncontrollably during sexual activity, often before he or his partner desires. It is a common sexual problem that can lead to distress and relationship difficulties. If you would like more information please read the following leaflets from the NHS and Patient UK

Premature ejaculation can have various causes, including psychological factors (such as anxiety, stress, or relationship issues) and physical factors (such as hormonal imbalances, abnormal levels of neurotransmitters, or inflammation of the prostate). It can also be a result of certain medications or underlying medical conditions.

Premature ejaculation is a common sexual concern. According to studies, it affects approximately 20-30% of men worldwide. However, it’s worth noting that the definition of premature ejaculation and its perceived impact can vary among individuals and cultures.

Diagnosis of premature ejaculation is typically based on a detailed medical history and a thorough discussion of symptoms with a healthcare professional. They may ask about the frequency and duration of the issue and any associated psychological or relationship factors. Physical exams or laboratory tests may be conducted to rule out any underlying medical conditions contributing to the problem.

While it may not be possible to prevent premature ejaculation entirely, alongside medications, certain strategies may help reduce the likelihood or severity of the issue. These can include practicing techniques for prolonging sexual activity, managing stress levels, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and fostering open communication and intimacy with your partner.