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Premature Ejaculation (PE) is defined by a man persistently reaching an orgasm and unwillingly ejaculating during, on or before sexual activity. There’s no definite time to consider as ‘premature’, but most sources cite a duration of under 2 minutes.
At Noah, our online medical evaluation takes 5 minutes, that’s a relatively good gauge, get started here.
PE is caused by physiological, psychological reasons or a combination of both. For physiological reasons, chemical imbalance in parts of the brain responsible for reaching orgasm can result in PE with less to no stimulation.
For psychological reasons, performance anxiety is a common cause. This usually arises from your own personal fears and worries surrounding sex, and may place unnecessary pressures for you to perform to the best of your ability.
The prescription oral medication for PE contains the active substance, dapoxetine, which belongs to a class of medicines known as Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs).
These medicines are used to treat anxiety and depression, while for PE, it helps to boost serotonin levels in the body, leading to a delayed reaction in parts of the brain which control ejaculation, prolonging the time taken to reach orgasm. This prescription-only pill is usually taken 1-3 hours before sexual activity.
In general, prescription oral ED medication is considered very effective for a majority of men. However, everyone’s reaction to a treatment is unique, ED medication that works for you might not work for the next guy.
A doctor on our platform will be able to prescribe a medication and treatment plan that is suited to you.
All medication has potential side effects, however you may or may not experience them. The common side effects of the PE prescription pill we carry include dizziness, light-headedness, headache and nausea.
If you experience symptoms of a drug allergy, which can include swollen face, breathing difficulties or hives, seek immediate medical attention. Always consult a doctor before taking medication for PE. Consult your doctor if you experience side effects that do not go away or persistently bother you.
Yes. PE can be diagnosed remotely by a doctor, based on a patient’s medical history and symptoms.
You will only be charged for your chosen prescription medication after a medical practitioner has approved of your treatment plan. Your credit card will not be charged for the cost of the medication if you are found unsuitable for prescription.