Premature Ejaculation Treatment Plan

Be sure to take your time and read everything below. It is essential for you to understand the potential risks and benefits of treatment. Please do not hesitate to reach out to our medical support team if you have ANY questions.

Getting started

Premature ejaculation (PE) is one of the most common male sexual health conditions. While it may be a source of distress for both partners in a sexual relationship, it is often ignored by the men with the condition and by the doctors who treat them. It takes confidence and courage to address what so many ignore. We are here to help you find the solution that is right for you. Many men are under the mistaken impression that there is no treatment available for PE. Some men believe that it is “just the way they are built.” Other men are too embarrassed to seek help. While no single treatment can be guaranteed to work for everyone, most men can be treated successfully. Working with your physician throughout your treatment is the best way to find the best treatment for you. There are multiple medications that can be tried, a large number of different topical anesthetics, and several effective techniques that can be used alone or in personalized combinations. If one solution doesn’t work for you, or if you experience an adverse side effect, don’t give up. Contact your physician and work through the solutions. Your physician has reviewed your medical information and has prescribed sertraline as part of your initial treatment plan. The goal is for you to experience improvement immediately. Sometimes, the treatment plan can change based on the effectiveness of the initial intervention. Your feedback will be important; your treatment plan can be refined and improved if needed. We want you to read and learn about the treatment plan that your provider has prescribed—and become familiar with the other possible treatments that can be used or added to your regimen, if warranted. We need you to engage in the process of finding the best treatment outcome. Please read the list of contraindications and side effects carefully and use medications only as directed.

Take control

Telemedicine has the advantage of convenience, but it relies on your honesty and on your involvement in the process. That includes reading everything below carefully (including the package insert now online and when it arrives in print with your medication) and communicating with your doctor or nurse practitioner. If your health should change, should you have a side effect, should the medicine not work or stop working over time, should you be prescribed ANY new medication or change your medication regimen, should you visit another doctor, please contact us. Keep EVERY healthcare provider informed. Your physician has prescribed medication as part of your treatment plan. Being fully informed is the only way for you to know if it suits your needs, and if you want to accept it as presented. You may reject it or you may want to request a modification to the plan. Please, do not hesitate to make your voice heard. Being informed and in control of this process will increase the chances of success. Contact us with any questions.   Let’s begin. Read everything below and don’t forget to read the package inserts when they arrive with your medicine. Keep all the literature handy in case your medical status changes and you need to refer back to it.