Premature ejaculation is a frustrating and sometimes embarrassing problem that millions of men suffer from all over the world. If you or your partner suffers from premature ejaculation priligy may be just what you have been looking for. Premature ejaculation is when the man ejaculates soon after penetration, usually within 2 minutes, or ejaculation happens with very little stimulation. Priligy is one of the first medications to treat premature ejaculation.
It contains an active ingredient called dapoxetine. Dapoxetine is a substance from a group of medications referred to as ‘selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors or SSRIs. It is also sometimes referred to as a urological medication. Dapoxetine has been proven to help treat premature ejaculation by helping to slow or delay the chemical reaction that takes place to cause ejaculation in men. This can help to drastically lessen frustration in men suffering from the condition and reduce problems caused in sexual relationships due to premature ejaculation. Priligy is designed to be taken orally with a full glass of water. It can be taken with or without food. Priligy comes in 30mg and 60mg easy to swallow tablets. It should be taken one to three hours before you plan to be sexually active and no more then once in a 24 hour period. It’s important that the tablet be swallowed whole or you may experience a bitter taste. Priligy is only designed for use by men ages 18-64 and should not be taken by women or children. There are some possible side effects you may experience while taking priligy. It may make you feel faint or dizzy. To lessen the chance of this happening be sure to always take with a full glass of water. Avoiding standing up quickly if you have been sitting or laying down for a long time.
Some other common side effects experienced by men who take priligy include headache, stomach pain, fatigue, shaking hands, irritability, and dry mouth. The more uncommon side effects include change in moods, feeling confused, depression, vision loss, feeling itchy, and teeth grinding. These were only reported by about 1 out of every 100 men taking priligy. While taking priligy you should avoid drinking alcohol. Taking priligy while drinking alcohol can make the effects of the alcohol such as dizziness and nausea more severe. Priligy should not be taken by anyone with a heart or liver problem. There is a very wide range of medications that should not be mixed with priligy. Some of the medications include lithium and tramadol, medications use to treat depression or migraines, St John’s wort, and some sleeping medications and antibiotics. Also certain medicines used to treat fungal infections as well as medications to treat HIV should not be taken at the same time as priligy. This list is not complete so be sure to check with your doctor or pharmacist before using priligy.
Is Priligy available online?
Priligy is available online and in pharmacies in Australia without a prescription. You just fill out a simple questionnaire to make sure priligy is right for you and it can be shipped discreetly and directly to your front door. As with all medications it is recommended that you speak with your doctor before beginning priligy.