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PREMATURE EJACULATION SYMPTOMS

Treat premature ejaculation symptoms

If you’re living with PE, regaining normal erectile function is possible with the right combination of prescription medications and behavioural techniques.

Our medical team prescribes a variety of clinically proven treatments to manage PE so you know your treatment will be based on your unique needs.

Take the first step toward better sexual health with convenient access to treatments, prescribed online.

Symptoms of premature ejaculation

The most common symptom of premature ejaculation is a persistent inability to control or delay ejaculation for more than a minute after penetration during sexual intercourse. PE can occur during partnered sex or solo masturbation, with severity ranging from mild (occurring within 30 seconds to 1 minute of penetration) to severe (occurring within 15 seconds of penetration).

Not being able to control ejaculation can impact sexual enjoyment and be a major frustration for men and their sexual partners. Beyond the bedroom, premature ejaculation can lead to relationship problems and mental health problems, such as depression, low self-confidence, and performance anxiety.

Learn more about the most common men’s sexual health issues.

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How long is a man “supposed” to last in bed

People have different expectations when it comes to how long sex should last. So there’s no fixed time for when a man should ejaculate.

Despite a lack of research on how long sex should last and a considerable number of potential factors affecting the outcome, one 2005 study based on self-reported data identified times ranging from 33 seconds to 44 minutes, concluding an average time of sex to be 5.4 minutes.

When to seek help for PE

Caused by various physiological and psychological factors, premature ejaculation can happen to all men at some point in life. See your doctor if:

  • PE makes you feel self-conscious or depressed
  • PE is preventing you from pursuing healthy intimate relationships
  • You’re concerned about your sexual performance and ejaculation
  • You’re experiencing other sexual issues, like erectile dysfunction (ED)
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It’s time to look after your health

It’s never too soon to seek help for PE or any other sexual health concern. The hub.health medical team prescribes the best treatments for premature ejaculation based on your needs.

Frequently asked questions

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.

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.

Your hub.health clinician 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.

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.

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

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

Once your treatment has been paid for, we will ship with express delivery to anywhere in Australia, meaning your package should arrive within 1-3 days. Your product is shipped in an Australia Post package, which means it will be completely discreet.

Of course! If you log into your profile and head to the ‘Products’ tab, you will see a ‘Manage Treatment’ button. Click this and you’ll see the ability to send a message to your clinician. If you’re having any issues, just drop us a line at [email protected]

Yes, as part of joining hub.health, we will handle your repeat deliveries to ensure that you never miss one. If you ever wish to stop receiving your treatment, just cancel in the patient platform, or alternatively email [email protected]

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