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by Robert MacKay, Tuesday, 10 December 2013 | Categories: Premature Ejaculation

Following the granting of a UK marketing authorization, we are able to supply Priligy at a significantly reduced price. Priligy is used to treat premature ejaculation and is taken orally 1 to 3 hours before sexual activity.

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by Robert MacKay, Thursday, 10 January 2013 | Categories: Premature Ejaculation

We are pleased to report that Priligy is now back in stock and will be in our pharmacy from 11 January. We will be able to dispense this item again for next day delivery. If you are already registered with us then you can login to your account to make a prescription request – please remember to check that your medical details are up to date! If you have not yet registered with us then you can do so by clicking on the free consultation button below.

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by Robert MacKay, Wednesday, 09 January 2013 | Categories: Premature Ejaculation

Priligy, the treatment for premature ejaculation is out of stock at the moment because of a supply chain issue. We expect this problem to be resolved in the next few days. We can still take orders for new prescriptions and dispense them as soon as the stock comes in if you wish to be on the waiting list. Alternatively, please continue to check this news feed and we will update the page when the situation changes.

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by Robert MacKay, Friday, 07 December 2012 | Categories: Premature Ejaculation

We are always on the lookout for new treatments or products that will help our patients. One of the many innovations that have come to our attention recently is a new medical device that was presented to the European Society for Sexual Medicine. The device is designed to help men who suffer from premature ejaculation and uses a technique called habituation, i.e. training yourself to control your ejaculation. The device uses a stop start technique and it appears have demonstrated some success in its trials.

The study underpinning the presentation has been peer reviewed and it was found that the device was three times more effective than psychosexual therapy and it allowed men to last on average 11 times longer. The programme was tested in two London teaching hospitals and we have no reason to doubt the findings but we should emphasise that we have not seen the data and we do not know what controls were put in place. The programme is set for 6 weeks and you can do the exercise in private or with your partner.

At the current time, The Online Clinic is prepared to prescribe Priligy (dapoxetine) for helping with premature ejaculation but this treatment is expensive and it does not provide a permanent solution: men need to continue taking the medication every time that they have sex. We will take a look at the new product, which claims to provide a long term solution and if it is as effective as the study suggests, we will consider making it available to our patients. For the time being, we continue to recommend Priligy, which has demonstrated a high success rate amongst our patients.

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One of the scientists responsible for the invention of Viagra has done it once again and has created a revolutionary treatment for those who suffer from premature ejaculation (PE). The treatment, named Tempe, is simply sprayed on in order to prolong the time to ejaculation and results have been extremely positive. The inventor himself thinks this will become the next big thing. There are only two treatments available in the UK for the treatment of PE, Priligy and Emla. One is expensive and the other one can produce a numbing sensation so can defeat the purpose.

Tempe is said to help men last three times longer than they normally would and is inexpensive compared with the existing effective treatments. The treatment contains low dose anaesthetics and starts working within 5 minutes.

The pharmaceutical company responsible for the drug, Plethora Solutions, is feeling positive about gaining European approval and estimate that the treatment will be available in 2013.




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