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Treatment for Premature Ejaculation (PE)

Delivered to your door

Characterised by the act of “coming too soon”, premature ejaculation is a common sexual dysfunction that 30-40% of men will experience at some point in their lives.

Delay ejaculation with easy, fast and convenient access to premature ejaculation treatment.

Premature ejaculation treatments prescribed by Australia-based doctors.

Text-based consultations

Fast, free delivery

Ongoing support

Discreet packaging

Access to trusted medical experts

Never miss a repeat

Premature ejaculation treatments prescribed by Australia-based doctors.

Text-based consultations

Fast, free delivery

Ongoing support

Discreet packaging

Access to trusted medical experts

Never miss a repeat

We have 3 easy steps to help you take control of your health

1

Tell us about your issue

Answer some simple questions online, anytime.

2

Consult with an Australia-based Doctor

For review and discussion of treatment options, if required.

3

Treatments are delivered to your door

Fast and discreet delivery to your door.

Your treatment options

from $0.83/dose

Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs)

Taken before sex to help control and delay ejaculation.

Price breakdown

Initial doctor’s consult $25

Treatment cost per use From $0.83

Express shipping Free

Unlimited follow-up consults Free

Results

Our doctors prescribe PE treatments clinically proven to help men last longer in the bedroom.

%

85% success rate when used in combination with behavioural therapies
(Source)

%

85% success rate when used in combination with behavioural therapies
(Source)

Premature Ejaculation FAQs

How much do PE treatments cost?

Australian law prevents advertisement of prescription medication costs, however the most expensive treatment our doctors prescribe is $4/dose.

How does PE treatment work with Hub.Health?

Hub.Health uses a secure digital health platform to provide discreet, convenient, and affordable access to premature ejaculation treatment from an Australia-based GP, all from the privacy of your home. 

After completing the online questionnaire, your assigned GP will determine if you’re a candidate for PE treatment. If you’re successful, we’ll organise fast delivery to your door (we’ll even manage your repeats when they’re due). If your GP identifies a potential risk in issuing PE treatment, they’ll likely refer you to an in-person GP for further review.

What PE treatments do you offer?

Hub.Health doctors prescribe the most effective premature ejaculation treatments as per the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP). These include Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) and topical anaesthetics. The PE treatment you’re prescribed will depend on your individual circumstances.

How often do I need to take PE medication?

Your Hub.Health doctor will determine the correct dosage based on your individual circumstances. Please follow the instructions on the packet to ensure you’re using PE treatment correctly for the best possible outcome.

Is PE medication effective?

Efficacy of PE treatment depends on individual circumstances. No single treatment works for everyone; however, most men can be treated successfully. If results aren’t achieved as planned, maintaining an honest line of communication with your Hub.Health doctor can lead to an altered treatment plan including multiple medications, topical therapies, and techniques for better outcomes. Whatever you do, don’t give up. There are many options available, and our GPs have the experience to help find you the best solution.

What happens if the PE treatment doesn’t work?

If the treatment prescribed to you doesn’t achieve the results you’re hoping for, don’t worry. There are many PE treatment options available, and our GPs are qualified to help find the best solution for you. These may include psychological therapy, behavioural therapy, decreasing penile sensitivity, trialling other medications, and natural remedies.

What are the risks and potential side effects of PE treatments?

Most side effects of SSRIs are mild and transient in nature, meaning they’ll disappear without intervention as your body adjusts to the medication. However, some side effects can persist, and in some rare cases SSRIs can cause serious, potentially harmful side effects.

Common side effects of SSRIs include:

  • Irritability
  • Anxiety
  • Blurred vision
  • Difficulty in reaching orgasm
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Decreased sex drive

Topical anaesthetic sprays used at the recommended dose carry minimal side effects. However, with excessive dosage comes common side effects of:

  • Temporary loss of penile sensitivity, which could make it hard to form an erection
  • Skin irritation and/or burning sensation
  • Numbing of the penis, due to overuse of spray
Why can PE and ED be treated using the same medication?

Often ED is an underlying cause of premature ejaculation, and sometimes the underlying cause of one condition can be the same for the other.

Why choose hub.health?

Avoid clinic waiting times, pharmacy queues, and uncomfortable situations.

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Start a consultation anytime of day
Skip the waiting rooms
Consult with your doctor from home
Purchase treatments from online pharmacy
Treatments delivered to your door
Repeats automatically dispatched when they're due
Get free follow ups for ongoing care