Premature Ejaculation Online Clinic

If you usually ejaculate in under two minutes, then we may be able to help you last up to three times longer

Prices start from £27. Start a consultation today!

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Select your treatment to start your consultation

Please select Priligy 30mg if you are a new or an existing Priligy 30mg customer who wants to re-order. 

Only select Priligy 60mg if you want to re-order or you have previously used Priligy 30mg and want to try the higher dose.

Our online clinic premature ejaculation treatments & prices

Priligy 30mg

3 tablets

£27

6 tablets

£49

12 tablets

£89

Priligy 60mg

3 tablets

£34

6 tablets

£62

12 tablets

£110

3 tablets

£27

£34

6 tablets

£49

£62

12 tablets

£89

£110

Prices

Prices start at £27. Those who have never been prescribed Priligy before will be offered the three-pack or six-pack 30mg tablets.


What is Priligy?

Priligy is a medicine to help treat premature ejaculation symptoms. It’s for men aged between 18 and 64. It contains dapoxetine, which can help a man to improve his control of when he ejaculates. It can help men last up to three times longer than they normally do when not taking premature ejaculation treatment.

This clinic gives you access to Priligy 30mg or 60mg, if it’s suitable for you. People who have never been prescribed Priligy before will be prescribed the 30mg dose initially. If Priligy 30mg doesn’t work for you, you could try Priligy 60mg. If Priligy 30mg does work for you, moving on to the higher dose won’t make you last even longer and it’s more likely that you’ll get side effects.

Men should take Priligy about one to three hours before they expect to have sex. It should not be taken every day and never more than once in a 24-hour period. Priligy tablets should be swallowed whole with a full glass of water.


Who is the Premature Ejaculation Online Clinic suitable for?

This clinic may not be right for everyone. Priligy is not suitable for people living with certain conditions or those taking certain medicines. The service isn’t suitable for you if:

• You do not have premature ejaculation

• You are under 18 years old

• You are 65 years old or over


Are there any side effects to taking Priligy?

Priligy, like all medicines, can cause side effects but not everyone will get them. The most common side effects (which affect more than one in 10 people) are:

• Feeling dizzy

• Headache

• Feeling sick

Read the Patient Information Leaflet for a full list of possible side effects.


You should stop taking Priligy and see your GP straight away if:

• You have fits

• You faint or feel dizzy when you stand up

• You have mood changes

• You have thoughts of hurting yourself or suicide


What is premature ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is when a man ‘comes’ before or shortly after penetration. It’s a common sexual problem and, although it can cause upset and anxiety in relationships, it’s normal for it to happen now and again.

According to a survey of 500 couples, five-and-a-half minutes was the average time it took for a man to ‘come’, but there’s no definition of how long a man should last before climaxing during sex. If most of your attempts to have sex end in under two minutes after penetration, then we may be able to help.


What causes PE?

Premature ejaculation can occur for a number of physical or psychological reasons. The most common can include:

• Prostate problems

• An overactive or underactive thyroid gland

• Recreational drug use

• Depression

• Stress

• Relationship problems

• Sexual performance anxiety


Some less common causes for premature ejaculation include:

• An extra sensitive penis

• Conditioning from early sexual experiences

• Traumatic sexual experiences as a child

• Upbringing and beliefs about sex


Is premature ejaculation the same thing as erectile dysfunction?

Premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction are not the same conditions. Premature ejaculation is when a man ‘comes’ sooner than he would like to during sex. Erectile dysfunction is when a man can’t get or struggles to keep an erection hard enough for sex. Treatment options for PE and ED are different. Priligy is not a treatment for ED. If you are living with ED, we offer a number of treatment options at Boots which may be able to help treat your ED symptoms.


Benefits of using our service

Delivered your way: Choose to collect for free from one of over 2,300 stores or from a range of delivery options

Advantage Card points: Collect 4 points for every £1 you spend

Discreet: Online consultation allows for privacy and treatment is delivered in discreet packaging


How the online clinic works

1

Online consultation

Answer some questions which will be reviewed by a clinician.**

2

Payment

We'll take payment if treatment is suitable for you.

3

Treatment

Collect from store or have it delivered to your home for free.

**One of our clinicians will usually review your consultation within 24 hours, but it may take us longer at weekends and bank holidays.

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Standard delivery - free
Usually delivered within two working days to an address of your choice.

All delivery times are subject to stock availability and clinician approval. You will be notified of your next available collection or delivery date at the online checkout.


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Before you start

Make sure you have read:

• The patient information leaflet for Priligy so you’re familiar with the medicine and its side effects

• The information on this page

• The Patient Guide to Boots online clinics

During the online consultation you’ll need:

• To answer the questions yourself - your partner can't do it on your behalf

• Your GP’s details as we'll tell them if we prescribe the medicine for you so that your medical records can be updated

• Your payment details 

How we use your personal data

How Boots process your data


To enable us to provide you with this service and to give you the best and most appropriate care and advice, we will collect your personal data such as name, address and date of birth; we also collect your more sensitive personal data regarding health such as your medical and family history for the purposes of ensuring the service we provide is appropriate for you.


Your personal data will be stored for as long as necessary unless a longer retention period is required or permitted by law.


We assure you that Boots will never sell your personal data. We are committed to safeguarding your privacy and keeping your personal data safe and secure is our top priority.

 
For more information about who we may share your data with, how Boots process your data and how to amend or remove your data please see our privacy policy at http://www.boots.com/privacypolicy or contact Boots.CustomerCare_Team@boots.co.uk


Alternatively you can call Boots Customer Care on 03450 708090

The online consultation takes about 10 minutes

Select your treatment to start your consultation

Please select Priligy 30mg if you are a new or an existing Priligy 30mg customer who wants to re-order. 

Only select Priligy 60mg if you want to re-order or you have previously used Priligy 30mg and want to try the higher dose.

Your other premature ejaculation treatment options

Priligy is not the only PE treatment option. Men and their partners could also try a few things at home to help delay ejaculation, such as:

• Men could try and climax by masturbating a couple of hours before sex

• Men could take deep breaths during sex to help stop ejaculatory reflex

• Couples could try the stop-start technique where they ‘pause’ shortly before a man feels he will climax before engaging in penetration again

Men could also try Stud 100. This is a desensitizing spray that contains a local anaesthetic. By spraying their penis, men can last for longer as the penis becomes less sensitive to touch. Stud 100 contains Lidocaine. Always read the label.

Delay condoms are another option for men living with PE. These are sometimes called numbing condoms. These are thick condoms or extra thick condoms which are less sensitive and have a local anaesthetic in them.

Men may also find counselling helpful (on their own or as a couple) depending on what is the main cause of their premature ejaculation. Relate are a charity that offers access to sex therapists who may be able to help men who feel they are ejaculating too quickly.

There are also other oral medicines and creams which could be prescribed by a healthcare professional. Your GP can discuss what options are available to you, if the treatment options at Boots are not right for you.

Patient Survey

We surveyed our patients to find out what they thought about our online clinics. Here’s what they said:

Results of the latest England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland patient survey.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

If you have any more questions, please read our online clinics FAQs.

The Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) regulates Boots UK Limited to provide care for patients in Northern Ireland. See our latest RQIA inspection report.

The Independent Medical Agency (IMA) manage the prescribing of the prescription-only medicines through our online clinics. Meet the team.