Attention men! Do you suffer from premature ejaculation? It’s terribly embarrassing, isn’t it? How stressful on your committed relationship when you can’t “last” for your partner. Sure, you try other ways to please them but let’s get real. It’s even worse when you’re dating. The nerves of being with a new partner are too stressful for anyone, let alone a guy with premature ejaculation. Should you say something to them first? Apologize afterwords? Or maybe your new partner just won’t notice. And let’s not forget the old standby excuse “This has never happened to me before.” It’s awkward at best and a relationship deal breaker at worst. Maybe you’re young and new to the dating pool and need a little help. Or, perhaps you’re older and more experienced but just don’t have the endurance you used to. You’ve tried everything: videos, hypnosis, books, therapy, behavioral changes. Nothing works. Until now. Scientists have accidentally discovered your new best friend: Priligy. Move over dogs, Priligy is now man’s best friend! And it fits discreetly in your pocket. No one has to know! Your secret is safe with your doctor.
Priligy, or Dapoxetine, is used to treat premature ejaculation in adult men aged 18 to 64. Women, adolescents under the age of 18, and children should not take Priligy. For more information on how Priligy can help you and your partner’s experience, contact your doctor. Priligy can help bring couples closer together by ensuring a robust experience together in the bedroom (or hey, anywhere you can!). Priligy is also very appropriate for single men who want to build confidence and enhance their satisfaction in their dating lives. Common side effects include but are not limited to nausea, dizziness, headaches, and a general feeling of sickness. Be sure to drink plenty of water and fluids, but no alcohol when taking Priligy. Please be very careful if you are taking other medications, including anti-depressants, as these may interact with Priligy. Technically, Priligy is a selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor (SSRI) and was initially investigated by scientists as an antidepressant. Ask your pharmacist and doctor for more information on drug interactions.
Viagra treats erectile dysfunction, which is not what Priligy treats. However, they are similar in that you would take Priligy orally one to three hours before your anticipated sexual activity. Your doctor would typically prescribe a 30 to 60 mg dose, which comes in an oral pill. Follow your doctor’s instructions exactly, even though no reports of overdose were recorded in clinical trials. Men with premature ejaculation and their partners can benefit from this prescription drug. Imagine a better experience in the bedroom, a happier partner, and a new you! All of this is possible with the prescription of Priligy. Make an appointment with your doctor today!