Treatment for PE
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Treating premature ejaculation is now easier and more effective than ever.
At hub.health, we’re here to help with clinically proven treatments, delivered to your door.
At hub.health, our medical team specialises in premature ejaculation and will prescribe clinically proven PE treatments based on the needs of each patient.
Start a conversation with the hub.health medical team and take the first step toward better sexual health.
Treatment for premature ejaculation
Depending on the cause and type of PE, treatment for premature ejaculation often involves a multimodal approach of medication, behavioural therapies, such as the ‘start-stop’ technique or ‘squeeze’ technique, and speaking with a psychologist or sex therapist.
Various data show that the success rate with behavioural and pharmacologic therapy is very high (>85%) in people with premature ejaculation.
SSRIs are a first-line PE treatment that delay ejaculation for a more controlled sexual performance. SSRIs can be taken on demand and are considered safe, easy to take, and well-tolerated by most men with premature ejaculation. If PE is related to erectile dysfunction, PDE-5 inhibitors may help with controlling ejaculation.
What are SSRIs?
Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors are tricyclic antidepressants commonly used to treat mood disorders, anxiety and depression.
SSRIs became a PE treatment option after users of SSRIs reported delayed ejaculation as a side effect. This prompted researchers to investigate using SSRIs to treat premature ejaculation.
Nowadays, doctors can prescribe SSRIs as an off-label PE treatment in Australia.
How do SSRIs work?
Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that helps regulate mood and anxiety. Without a functioning level of serotonin, the body has a higher chance of triggering the ejaculatory reflex too soon.
Since psychological factors contribute to premature ejaculation, PE meds work by increasing serotonin levels and targeting the part of the brain responsible for sexual excitement. Thus helping men maintain control and delay ejaculation.
Side effects of SSRIs
Many men won’t experience any side effects when using SSRIs for PE. However, like most drugs, there is a risk of side effects. For SSRIs, possible side effects include headaches, nausea, tiredness, dizziness, and lightheadedness.
When prescribed a PE treatment, your hub.health medical team will provide detailed information on potential side effects. It’s important to consult your clinician or pharmacist immediately if you experience ongoing or troublesome side effects related to any PE treatment you have been prescribed.
Effective PE treatments for better performance in the bedroom
When creating a plan to treat premature ejaculation, your medical team will consider your current state of health, medical history, mental health, and other treatments you may currently be using.
Our medical team prescribes the best treatment for premature ejaculation based on your individual needs, which may include:
- Daily prescription PE pills (effective after 5-10 days)
- On-demand prescription PE pills (effective 1-hour after ingestion)
All follow-up consults are securely hosted online in the comfort of your home.
It’s time to look after your health
Accessing treatments for premature ejaculation has never been easier. Achieve longer-lasting sex with effective PE treatments prescribed by your hub.health medical team.
Premature ejaculation FAQs
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 Australian based medical team, all from the privacy of your home.
After completing the online questionnaire, your assigned clinician 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 clinician 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?
The hub.health medical team 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.
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 clinician 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 medical team have the experience to help find you the best solution.
Can I speak with my assigned clinician at any time?
Of course! Our online platform enables ongoing support whenever you need it. To chat with your medical team, log into your profile, head to the ‘Products’ tab and select ‘Manage Treatment’. This is where you can message your clinician.
Our team is also available at [email protected] Drop us a line, anytime.
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Research shows that 85% of men reported satisfaction with the effect of SSRIs and behavioural therapies.
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