Priligy can be prescribed as a treatment option to ease the issues of Premature Ejaculation (PE).
Priligy cna be taken with or without food and it is taken in tablet form. Its a discreet and easy to take mediation and in some cases it can help men last up to three times longer prior to reaching climax.
What is Priligy?
Priligy is a prescription only medication that is prescribed in tablet form. The active ingredient is dapoxetine and it is prescribed in 30mg dosages.
The Definition of Premature Ejaculation
Premature Ejactulation is defined as a condition where sex last less than two minutes before the man orgasms and effectively means that he ejaculates too quickly during sex.
This can be a distressing condition for both the man and his partner, however if its suits a couple to have a short intravaginal ejaculatory latency time (IELT) then it is not considered to be PE in that specific circumstance.
The medication is supplied in tablet form and this should be taken as a single tablet an hour before sex. The medication can be taken with or without food and alchol should not be drunk when you use Priligy.
Only one dosage should be taken in a 24 hour period and the medication is only suitable for men aged between 18 and 64 years who have been suffering with PE for at least six months.
How does Priligy work?
Priligy acts to increase the serotonin levels in the brain and this delays ejaculation by up to three times.
The effectiveness of the drug is most prevelant during the one to three hours after the medication has been taken. The effects can last up to twelve hours in some cases.
Is Priligy Effective?
80% of men will experience and improvement in the length of time between achieving and erection and ejaculation.
Of the 80% of men that experience delayed ejaculation as a result of taking Priligy, they should notice a doubling or trippling of the time it takes them to reach orgasim.
Is is important for men that suffer from PE to recognise that this is not a cure for the condition and that it is only effective when the medication is taken.
What are the side effects?
Some men may experienc some mild side effects in using Priligy. Typically the most common side effects are nausea, dizziness, headache, fainting and diarrhoea.
In the event that you feel faint or dizzy after taking Priligy, you should avoid driving or operating heavy machinery.
At PrivateDoc you can complete an online consulation for Premature Ejaculation. If your general health and condition specific details are suitable you will be prescribed Priligy by one of our doctors.
Priligy is only suitable for men that ejaculate in less than two minutes of penatrive sex and have suffered the condition for more than six months.
Priligy is not suitable for men with heart disease, suffer from fainting or take medications that are not suitable to take with Priligy. Please ensure you provide as much information as possible via the consultation process.