priligy 30mg, treatment for premature ejaculation

What is Priligy?

Priligy contains the active ingredient known as 'dapoxetine,' which is a 'selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor' (SSRI). Priligy is classified as a 'urological' medicine, designed to extend the duration of ejaculation.  

Intended for adult men aged 18 to 64, Priligy addresses premature ejaculation (PE) — a condition where climax occurs with minimal sexual stimulation and before desired. This treatment aims to mitigate challenges for individuals and enhance overall satisfaction in sexual relationships. 

Priligy was the first oral treatment for PE to be licensed in the UK.  

What is Priligy used to treat?

Priligy is prescribed to address premature ejaculation, helping men have better control over their ejaculation and extending the time before climax.  

Studies show a statistically significant increase in the number of men reporting an improvement in their premature ejaculation with dapoxetine. If you usually ejaculate in under two minutes, then Priligy may be able to help you last up to three times longer.  

Who can and cannot take medicines containing Priligy?

Priligy is designed to address premature ejaculation (PE) in adult men aged 18 to 64 years. It can help to reduce personal distress or interpersonal challenges arising from PE. However, Priligy is not suitable for everyone.  

 Do not take Priligy if: 

  • you are allergic to dapoxetine or any other listed ingredients 

  • you have heart problems, a history of fainting, severe depression, or moderate/severe liver issues 

  • you are taking certain medications, including MAOIs, thioridazine, other antidepressants, lithium, linezolid, tryptophan, St John’s wort, tramadol, or migraine medications. Wait 14 days after stopping these medications before starting Priligy 

Also, avoid Priligy if you are taking: 

  • medications for fungal infections (ketoconazole, itraconazole) 

  • HIV medications (ritonavir, saquinavir, nelfinavir, atazanavir) 

  • certain antibiotics (telithromycin) 

  • nefazodone (an antidepressant) 

If uncertain, consult your doctor or pharmacist. 

Before taking Priligy, talk to your healthcare professional if you: 

  • haven't been diagnosed with premature ejaculation 

  • experience other sexual problems, such as erectile dysfunction 

  • have a history of dizziness due to low blood pressure 

  • use recreational drugs or consume alcohol 

  • have a history of mental health issues, epilepsy, bleeding/clotting problems, kidney issues, or high eye pressure (glaucoma) 

Priligy is not recommended for women. 

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When should I take Priligy?

Take the medication 1 to 3 hours before anticipated sexual activity. 

Do not exceed one dose within a 24-hour period or take it daily. 

Swallow the tablets whole with a full glass of water to prevent a bitter taste and reduce the risk of fainting.  

This medication can be taken with or without food.  

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