Priligy Frequently Asked Questions
Priligy, or Dapoxetine, is the first – and at the time this article was written, still the only – drug that’s licensed and approved by the relevant government agencies for the treatment of premature ejaculation in several countries. And although you can get it in regular pharmacies in places like Sweden, Germany, Italy and Austria, to name but a few European Union countries whose governments have approved Priligy, it’s still undergoing the licensing process in a number of other countries. If Priligy is still not available in regular pharmacies near you, don’t despair – you can still legally (and cheaply!) buy it online. If you are serious about solving your problems with Priligy, read on to familiarize yourself with some of the most important facts about Dapoxetine and Priligy. How does Priligy work?
Priligy, or Dapoxetine is a selective insertion re-uptake inhibitor (or SSRI for short) that increases the amount of bio-available serotonin in the human brain. Serotonin is an all-important neurochemical with a number of positive effects, and one of those is it’s ability to bestow more control over the ejaculatory reflex.
How can I determine if Priligy is really for me?
Even though more and more doctors are becoming aware of the benefits of Priligy, it still takes a lot of nerve to go into the doctor’s office and talk to him about a problem that’s embarrassing as premature ejaculation is. Fortunately, there’s an easier, less humiliating way. You can order Priligy from a number of reputable online stores, but you will still want to make sure that your problem is real, and that Priligy is able to solve it. Most good online pharmacies will ask you to fill out a questionnaire, which will be reviewed by professional medical staff – this way, you can rest assured that you are actually buying medication that’s right for you.
How well does Priligy work? Although no two men are the same, it can be safely said that Priligy is truly universally effective, regardless of the age of the user. Priligy has been extensively tested by a number of independent medical research teams, and all tests agree that Priligy is indeed able to delay the time from penetration to the ejaculation by up to 300%. And what’s best, it’s effective in a large majority of cases – over 89%, according to the most conservative estimates.
How should Priligy be used? Priligy comes in form of tablets that are meant to be taken orally, before or after a meal, with a glass of water. It’s most effective when taken around one to two hours before sexual intercourse, and it’s effects last up to twenty four hours in total.
Are there any side effects? Like most drugs, Priligy can have certain side effects – but they are both rare and mild. Most common side effects of Priligy are nausea, mild headaches and dizziness. They usually pass on their own, an hour or two after taking the drug, and only affect less than ten percent of Priligy users.