Side Effects and Warnings
Premature ejaculation is when a man ejaculates far too early, usually less than 2 minutes after penetration. Ejaculating too soon is embarrassing and unsatisfying for both partners, and can affect up to 40% of men at some point throughout their lives. Even though this condition is extremely common, Priligy (dapoxetine) is the only proven oral treatment available today. Taken orally, Priligy works to prolong a man's sexual performance by an average of 200% to 300%.
What is Priligy and how does work?
Priligy is an oral tablet that acts quickly within 60 minutes and is only taken when you need it. The effects of Priligy are also short lived lasting for approximately 1-3 hours, which considerably lowers the risk of any possible side effects.
Priligy belongs to a group of medications called Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI’s). These medicines work by inhibiting the re-absorption of serotonin in your neural cells. When you're about to ejaculate, a reflex message is passed down from your brain to your nervous system. It's delivered by serotonin but sometimes serotonin can be re-absorbed too quickly. This causes disruptions in the way the reflex message is passed from cell to cell, and can lead to conditions such as depression and premature ejaculation. By inhibiting the re-absorption of serotonin, messages are communicated better and you are able to take greater control over your ejaculation.
Please note that ejaculation problems should not be confused with impotence, a condition whereby a man can not sustain an erection during sex.
Priligy (dapoxetine) is available in two strengths 30mg and 60mg. If you have not used this medicine before we would recommend the starting dosage of 30mg, if this treatment does not produce the desired results, you can request the 60mg dosage on your next order.
How to take
A single tablet should be taken at least 1 hour before intercourse. You can take this medicine on a full or empty stomach. Always stick to your prescribed dosage to avoid any potential Side Effects during or after treatment. Priligy (dapoxetine) tablets should not be taken by men under the age of 18 or men over 65 years of age. It’s essential that our Prescribers have a thorough understanding of your medical history before agreeing to prescribe you Priligy. For this reason, please mention in full conditions you have and medications you are taking.
Where can I Buy Priligy online?
You can buy Priligy online with or without a prescription at Medical Specialists, after completing a simple online consultation. Just complete an online consultation by clicking the orange button above. We are the UK’s leading supplier of premature ejaculation medication, and Priligy for sale in the UK.
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