Priligy (Dapoxetine Hydrochloride) is a drug used for the treatment of premature ejaculation in men aged between 18 and 64. The active ingredient dapoxetine is a type of drug called a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor – or SSRI – belonging to a group of drugs known as ‘other urologicals’. This prescription-only drug is prescribed to patients who have poor control over ejaculation, such that it’s causing marked personal distress and interpersonal
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Priligy must not be taken by patients who have an allergy to any medicines containing dapoxetine, or any of the other ingredients contained in the product. It also must not be taken by people who: are taking or have taken a monoamine oxidase inhibitor within the last 14 days; are taking or have taken thioridazine within the last 14 days; are taking or have taken another SSRI within the last 14 days; or are taking certain medicines to treat fungal infections or HIV. Additionally, Priligy should not be taken if: you have heart problems; moderate to severe liver problems; you are under 18 years of age or over 65; you are a woman; or after the date of expiry.
Before you take Priligy you should tell your doctor if you: have allergies to any other medicines, foods, preservatives or dyes; have not been diagnosed with premature ejaculation; use recreational drugs; have a history of dizziness from low blood pressure; heart and blood vessel problems; bleeding tendencies; depression; fainting; suicidal thoughts; psychiatric disorders; history of mania; seizures; severe liver or kidney problems; sexual dysfunction; or glaucoma.
There are a number of medicines which may interact with Priligy, including some which are available without a prescription and some herbal medicines. You should always seek advice from your doctor regarding possible interference between any existing drugs you are taking and Priligy.
The recommended dose for Priligy is to take a single tabled when required, between one and three hours before sexual activity. Patients should not exceed taking a single tablet in any 24 hour period. Tablets should be swallowed whole with at least one full glass of water, with or without food. Alcohol should be avoided. As Priligy is only taken when needed, it is not a problem if you ever forget to take it.
Certain precautions should be taken whilst you are taking Priligy in order to avoid the risk of feeling dizzy, light-headed or fainting. In order to lower the chances of this happening, you should always take the tabled with at least one full glass of water and do not take it if you are dehydrated. You should avoid taking Priligy if you’re feeling any symptoms of fainting or lightheadedness and you should tell your doctor immediately if the medicine itself is causing any of these symptoms.
Priligy helps most people, however as with most medicines it does carry the risk of certain side-effects in some people. They can occasionally be serious, however most of the time they are not. You should stop taking Priligy and see your doctor right away if you: have fits; faint or feel light-headed; notice changes to your mood; or have suicidal thoughts. If the medicine causes nausea, headaches or dizziness and it concerns you, you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist.