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While there can be an underlying physiological cause, PE is usually a psychological problem. Performance anxiety, depression – even excessive porn use – have all been linked to PE, which experts believe is down to a serotonin imbalance.
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An effective topical treatment that works like a mild anaesthetic. Lidocaine helps you last longer by reducing sensitivity without lessening pleasure. It has been shown to help men last 2.4x longer on average. Delay in a spray.
How to use: Spray onto the penis 5-10 mins before sex
Most inventions tend to speed things up. Priligy was designed to do the opposite. This serotonin regulator inhibits the ejaculatory reflex, granting you more control and doubling the time it takes for you to climax.
How to use: Take one tablet 1-3 hours before sex
Our PE treatments are regulated and have proven efficacy. Studies show a high success rate for both Lidocaine (the spray) and Priligy (the tablet), with sex lasting 2-8x longer.
Lidocaine is a topical spray that contains a numbing agent. When sprayed onto the penis (5-10 minutes before sex), it reduces sensitivity to help increase the time you can last before ejaculating.
Priligy is a tablet that belongs to a group of drugs called SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors). It works by regulating the neurotransmitter serotonin, which is thought to be involved in the ejaculatory process. One tablet should be taken 1-3 hours before sexual activity.
You’ll be prescribed your treatment based on your consultation. Topical solutions are a more straightforward starting point for most men, so you might prefer to try our spray before advancing to oral medication.
Provided you wait for the spray to absorb fully (we suggest waiting between five and ten minutes), any desensitising effects should not be transferred to your partner. Before having sex it's a good idea to wipe off any excess spray just to make sure. If you or your partner are allergic to lidocaine, then don't use the spray.
All drugs come with potential side effects. But serious ones are rare. Be sure to read the enclosed patient information leaflet and speak to your GP if you’re worried about PE.