Priligy

  • Easy to take
  • Improves control over ejaculation
  • Take 1 to 3 hours before sexual intercourse
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Priligy is used to treat premature ejaculation by increasing the time it takes, as well as improving the user’s control over ejaculation.

 

What is Priligy?

 

Priligy a medication is given to men who constantly suffer from premature ejaculations.  It helps men pleasure and satisfies their sexual partners by ensuring that they’re able to last longer during sexual intercourse. Overall, with the help of Priligy, men can increase the time it takes to reach ejaculation and improve the overall control over ejaculation. It’s easy to take a few tablets but you must make sure that you’ll take it 1 to 3 hours before engaging in any sexual activities. 

 

What is premature ejaculation?

 

Premature ejaculation is a common condition that affects people. Basically, it’s a condition where men ejaculate sooner than he or his partner might like. In the United States, it is reported that about 1 in 3 men with ages 18 to 59 have this condition. Even though researchers have pointed out that the problem could stem from psychological reasons, there also seems to be a biological reason as well. Men need to find out what the root of the problem first before they can seek for medical reasons. 

 

How does Priligy work?

 

In the chemical composition of Priligy, an active substance with the name of ‘dapoxetine’ can be found. This drug belongs to a classification of medicines that are called SSRIs or ‘selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors.’ Dapoxetine restricts the serotonin transporter which in turn, increases serotonin levels at the postsynaptic cleft. As a result, the ejaculatory delay is guaranteed when serotonin levels are increased. 

 

Who can and can’t take Priligy?

 

Priligy isn’t meant for everybody, especially if they’ve been afflicted with certain conditions throughout their life. It’s important to inform the doctors of your medical history as certain drugs that you might be taking could interrupt with the ones you’re about to take. When it comes to Priligy, be sure to tell your doctor of the following: 

 

  • If you have an existing heart condition. 
  • If you have tended to faint a lot. 
  • If you have a clotting or bleeding disorder. 
  • If you have epilepsy.
  • If you have mental health problems such as depression, mania or bipolar disorder. 
  • If you have increased pressure in your eye which refers to a condition named glaucoma.
  • If you have liver issues. 
  • If you’ve had any allergic reactions to certain medicines in the past. 
  • If you are currently taking other medicines or drugs, including complementary or herbal medicines. 

 

What are the benefits of taking Priligy? 

 

Priligy can benefit those afflicted with premature ejaculation and improve overall relationships with each other. While the duration it takes for men to ejaculate depends on the man himself, premature ejaculation can restrict him of sexual stimulation. Many people view sex as an act that joins two people in a relationship closer together. For the men who have to live with this condition, it can be extremely frustrating and embarrassing for them as they cannot properly pleasure their partners as well. It may even take a toll on their relationships while also affecting their mental health and self-confidence. 

 

However, with the help of Priligy, men can slowly gain their confidence back and even repair any damaged relationships that might’ve been caused by the condition. A dip in a sexual life can be a deal breaker for many people. Once this has been fixed, then men can look forward to building happy and long lasting relationships with the people are with. 

 

What are the side-effects of taking Priligy?

 

When taking Priligy, you can expect a few common side-effects, especially since your body is adjusting to new medicine. However, if these side-effects continue to worsen and start troubling you, then you should immediately consult your doctor. You might require another alternative when it comes to your condition. 

 

Below you’ll find the most common side-effects in taking Priligy and what you should do when you experience them: 

 

  1. Feeling lightheaded or dizzy:

 

If this happens to you, the best thing you can do is to take a seat, put your head between your knees and lie down until the sensation goes away. 

 

  1. Feeling nauseous, sweaty or confused:

 

You might be close to fainting, which is why you should sit down to ensure you won’t fall or hurt yourself. Wait until the feeling passes before standing up again. 

 

  1. Feeling a throbbing headache:

 

You can ask your doctor for a suitable painkiller that will give you immediate relief from the headache. Drink the medicine with a glass of water. But if the headache persists, then you should inform your doctor.

 

The doctor might also inform you not to drink alcohol while under the effects of Priligy. The effects of alcohol could strengthen the overall sedative found in the drugs, making you more prone to fainting and hurting yourself. This also goes for taking recreational drugs, which you must not take while you’re still under Priligy. It might lead to you experiencing serious side-effects. 

 

How do you store Priligy tablets?

 

You need to store the medicine in a cool, dry place where it won’t be affected by direct heat or light. Moreover, you need to keep it out of reach and out of sight from children. 

 

How do you use Priligy?

 

As doctors have recommended, Priligy is best taken orally with a glass of water. You can take it with or without a meal. However, make sure that you’ll take at least 1 to 3 hours before engaging in any sexual activities. After the first 4 weeks or 6 dosages, you should get back to your doctor and inform them of how the treatment is going for you. This will let them know if you should continue with the treatment or not. If it’s been decided that you should continue with the treatment, then you must every six months for a review. 

 

What is the right dosage of Priligy?

 

Priligy comes in different strengths, most notably 30 mg or 60 mg. With the prescription comes strict instructions from the doctor that must be followed precisely. Depending on how well the treatment goes, your doctor can give you the recommended starting dosage of 30mg or they can increase it to 60mg. When it comes to Priligy, you shouldn’t drink more than one tablet per day. 

 

Where can you purchase of Priligy?

 

Priligy can be purchased at the local pharmacy, as long as you have your prescription ready. If you don’t have a prescription and want to order online, then don’t worry about it. There are many virtual pharmacies that offer online consultations. You can book an appointment, inform your doctor of your problems and have a prescription ready at the end of the session.

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