Get premature ejaculation (PE) treatments online

Treatments delivered to your door. Simple text-based consult with Aussie doctors.

30-40% of guys experience premature ejaculation at some point in their lives. Stagger offers a variety of options designed to help you last as long as you—and your partner—want.

It’s a common issue, and not a character flaw, and one men should feel comfortable discussing and addressing.

 

  • Discreet text-based consultations
  • Fast, free shipping
  • Upload your existing script for free
  • Never miss a repeat, we’ll handle it for you.
Use our online form any time of day to tell us about yourself and the support you need.

Get premature ejaculation treatments online

Use our form 24/7 to tell us about yourself & the support you need.

Treatments delivered to your door. Simple text-based consult with Aussie doctors.

30-40% of guys experience premature ejaculation at some point in their lives
Stagger offers a variety of options designed to help you last as long as you—and your partner—want.

It’s a common issue, and not a character flaw, and one men should feel comfortable discussing and addressing.

 

  • Discreet text-based consultations
  • Fast, free shipping
  • Upload your existing script for free
  • Never miss a repeat, we’ll handle it for you.

Discreet PE treatments, prescribed by Aussie doctors, shipped to you.

From $2 per dose, including:

  • A discreet text-based consultation with an Aussie GP
  • A treatment plan built based on your history and preferences
  • Discreet delivery in an unmarked bag
  • Fast, free, express shipping for all treatments
  • Refills automatically shipped when due
  • Ongoing support and unlimited follow ups with our medical team (at no cost)

SOME COMMON TREATMENTS

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs)

SSRIs have been found to have delayed ejaculation as a side effect, and so are often used to treat premature ejaculation. SSRIs can sometimes be taken on an ‘as needed’ basis, 1-3 hours before intercourse, or they can be taken on a regular basis.

Topical Anaesthetics

Topical anaesthetics are sometimes prescribed to delay ejaculation by reducing sensation in the penis. They need to be applied up to half an hour before sex, and a condom should be worn so that the anaesthetic is not absorbed by your partner.

Combination Treatments

Studies have shown that SSRIs used in combination with other medication (used to treat ED) provide significantly better results in terms of delaying ejaculation than SSRIs alone. These can be taken as separate medications, or compounded into one formula.

our 3 step simple process

1

Answer some simple questions.

Use our online form any time of day to tell us about yourself & the support you need.

2

Our Aussie Doctors review your answers online

They’ll advise what’s right for you and may discuss possible treatments with you by text.

3

We’ll deliver any treatments to your door

If prescribed, we’ll express post your treatments straight to your door every time they’re due.

take control of your premature ejaculation treatment

No more waiting rooms, never run out

Stagger provides 100% online, text-based health assessments. Don’t spend hours sitting in a waiting room. We’ll also handle your repeats, no more losing scripts or losing sleep. Simple.

Aussie Doctors, Backed by Experience

We put your health first. All our practitioners are Australian GPs with years of experience, and they’re passionate about men’s health. At Stagger you’re in safe hands.

Any Question, Every Answer

Nothing is off limits, ask your GP anything. Stagger members also gain access to our health guides and industry experts. Any questions or concerns you have, Stagger makes sure you get the answer.

Frequently asked questions about Premature Ejaculation treatment

Have a question that’s not listed?

How does Premature Ejaculation treatment work with Stagger?

Stagger uses a secure, digital health platform to provide a discreet, convenient, and affordable way for you to receive premature ejaculation treatment from an Australian GP – all without leaving the couch!

Our Aussie GPs ask you questions to evaluate your symptoms and make sure it’s safe and appropriate to prescribe PE medication. They then use your answers to diagnose your condition and create a treatment plan. That’s why it’s vital you answer each question to the best of your knowledge and ensure that every answer in the questionnaire is truthful, accurate and thorough.

Your treatment plan will include a great deal of information about P.E. It is important you take the time to read it all.

What treatment for PE do you offer on Stagger?

There are different options that your GP may recommend, depending on your unique health situation. These include the most effective treatments recommended by the RACGP.

The simplest effective treatment is usually the best choice, so your doctor will try to prescribe the medication that is most likely to work well for you. Based on your experience, however, your management may change over time by switching to another medication choice or using a combination of agents. Some men use an oral medication and apply a topical anesthetic that they then cover with a condom. They get the sensations they want, experience the prolonged pleasure of an extended sexual experience, and orgasm at a time both they and a partner find satisfying. For other men, such a combination is overkill. That is why your personal experience is so important.

Our Aussie GPs prescribe the most common PE treatments which include:

  • Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs
  • Topical anaesthetics

When / how often do I need to take PE medication?

Your dosage will depend on your doctor’s prescription. Please follow the package directions to ensure you’re using correctly for the best possible outcome.

Is PE medication effective?

Although no single treatment works for everyone, most men can be treated successfully. Just be sure to be honest and stay in contact with your Stagger doctor. There are multiple medications that can be tried, different topical therapies, and varied techniques that can be used alone or in unique combinations. Some people see immediate results. Others will find they need to try a few different methods before finding the right solution. If things don’t go as planned or if you experience an adverse side effect, don’t give up. You have options and we are here to help you find the best solution.

What happens if the PE treatment does not work?

If the treatment prescribed to you doesn’t work, don’t worry! There are many options for treating premature ejaculation. Some of these include…

  • Psychological therapy
  • Behavioural therapy
  • Decreasing penis sensitivity
  • Other medications
  • Natural remedies

If you’re finding the PE treatment is not working, speak to your healthcare professional who can look at other treatment options with you.

What are the risks / potential side effects of PE treatments?

Many side effects of SSRIs are transient and mild, meaning they’ll go away on their own as you get used to the medication. However, some side effects can be persistent. In rare cases, SSRIs can also cause serious, potentially harmful side effects.

Common side effects of SSRIs include:

  • Agitation
  • Anxiety
  • Blurred vision
  • Difficulty reaching orgasm
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Reduced sex drive

Side effects from SSRIs generally improve over time without you needing to change your dosage or consider other medication.

Topical anaesthetic spray used at the recommended dose, have minimal side effects, if non-existent. However, it’s possible to experience side effects if an excessive amount is used. Some of the most common side effects are:

  • Temporary loss of sensitivity, which could lead to difficulty maintaining an erection during foreplay or penetrative sex
  • Skin irritation and/or a burning sensation
  • Excessive numbness due to overuse of the spray

Why can PE and ED be treated with the same medication?

What is most interesting is that ED often is an underlying cause of PE. Sometimes, the same stress that causes either one can cause both. However, ED itself can begin a flow of changes that results in PE. This is because men with ED often attempt to keep themselves erect by vigorously stimulating themselves, and this intense stimulation can inadvertently result in PE. When the erection is supported by these medications, vigorous stimulation is often not needed to maintain an erection. With less vigorous stimulation, men gain more control over the timing of their ejaculation.

How much does the doctors consultation cost?

There is a one-off $25 doctors consultation fee. If for whatever reason you are not prescribed treatment by our doctors, your consult fee will be fully refunded.

How much do the treatments cost?

Australian law prevents the advertising of prescription medication costs (and for good reason), which makes this question hard to answer! However, the most expensive treatment our doctors prescribe is $4 a dose.

How does my order ship?

We’re Aussie owned so your orders ship within 1–3 days of your doctor’s consultation from our partner pharmacy, coming discreetly in a box with an unmarked outer bag. All orders include free express shipping.

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