Priligy is an innovative drug for premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is most often not only caused by a consequence of increased excitability but also a disease that has a psychological nature.
Premature ejaculation in men aged 18 to 64 years old.
Priligy is characterized as one of the newest easily digestible antidepressants, which are also known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). The agents of this group correct the use of the neurotransmitter serotonin, or rather, selectively limit the return of serotonin to brain neurons. Ejaculation occurs only after the reflex that is accepted by the brain through the sympathetic nervous system. Inhibition of serotonin reuptake helps to delay the nerve impulse to the brain, thereby inhibiting premature ejaculation. Priligy increases the time of intercourse. It does it very specifically – up to four times longer. The effect of the drug occurs within 2-3 hours. IT lasts about half a day.
- It delays the moment of orgasm and ejaculation, you can gain more complete control over the situation;
- It reduces the feeling of anxiety and tension caused by the fear of failing in sex;
- It strengthens and maintains satisfaction from sex;
- It promotes a favorable relationship with a partner.
Mode of application
Priligy can be taken irrespective of meals 2 to 3 hours before sexual intercourse. Oral administration. Do not chew or dissolve the tablet. Wash down with plenty of water as dapoxetine has a bitter aftertaste. The optimal initial dose is 30 mg (half a tablet) per day. The maximum recommended daily dosage is 60 mg. Increase the dosage to 60 mg only if a lower dose is ineffective.
Most often, Priligy tablets are well tolerated by the vast majority of patients. Sometimes there can be such side effects as:
- fatigue and insomnia;
All of them are mild and quickly pass as you get used to the drug.
You should discontinue taking dapoxetine if:
- renal failure;
- liver failure;
- under 18 years old;
- you are taking other SSRI drugs as well as serotonergic drugs;
- driving activities.
Interactions with other drugs
Do not take Priligy (Dapoxetine) with any of the following drugs:
- meds used to treat depression are called “monoamine oxidase inhibitors” (MAOIs);
- other drugs used to treat depression;
- drugs used in the treatment of schizophrenia;
- lithium, drugs for the treatment of bipolar disorder;
- Linezolid – an antibiotic;
- Tryptophan – sleeping pills;
- St. John’s wort – herbal medicine;
- Tramadol – a strong painkiller;
- drugs used to treat migraines.
You should not take dapoxetine at the same time as any of the above drugs. In addition, you must stop taking these drugs 14 days before you start taking Priligy.
Within 7 days after the discontinuation of Priligy, it is forbidden to use the following medications for treatment:
- some drugs used to treat fungal infections, including ketoconazole and itraconazole;
- medications used to treat HIV infection, including ritonavir, nelfinavir, and atazanavir;
- medications used to treat infections, including telithromycin;
- Nefazodone – antidepressants.
Do not take dapoxetine if you are taking any of the above drugs. Be sure to consult a doctor if you need to take other medications along with taking Dapoxetine.
Taking Dapoxetine with alcohol is not recommended. Under the influence of alcohol, side effects may be intensified, which may result in an increased risk to your health.
In the course of observations by specialists, it was found that dapoxetine use helps to eliminate the problem of premature ejaculation in over 80% of men.