What is premature ejaculation, and how to deal with it?
Premature ejaculation, or PE for short is one of the most common sexual related problems in the male population today. Even though it’s so common, most men don’t really want to talk about it and would rather sweep the issue under the rug and suffer in silence – after all, the very term has negative implications and no one wants to admit that they are not able to perform sexually and satisfy their partners. The problem of not being able to last for as long as they would like is experienced by almost every adult at one point of their lives, but some have never really been able to last for longer than a few minutes. Fortunately for people who can recognize themselves in the above description, there are good news. Medicines like Priligy are able to affect the signals that your brain is producing that trigger ejaculation, and thus enable you to experience richer, more rewarding sex life.
What is Dapoxetine Priligy?
Dapoxetine, or Priligy is a prescription based drug that’s designed for the treatment of premature ejaculation. Priligy, like other prescription drugs is meant to be taken only by persons above the age of 18, and it’s actually the only legal prescription medication for the treatment of premature ejaculation available today. Priligy has shown a lot of promise – it’s success rate in clinical tests has been nothing short of astounding. A number of clinical trials has undeniably shown that Dapoxetine can be an effective treatment for premature ejaculation that works on a large majority of men without any significant side effects. Also, Priligy acts much faster than some other drugs that you might be familiar with – it takes less than an hour for it to develop it’s full, climax delaying effects.
How does Priligy work? How is it able to treat premature ejaculation?
Priligy (Dapoxetine) is a member of the family of drugs that are known as SSRIs, or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. As the name suggests, Dapoxetine selectively lowers the reuptake of an important neurochemical called serotonin. By reducing the uptake rate, Priligy is able to significantly improve the available amount of serotonin in your brain and central nervous system, which in turn enables you to get better control of your body and significantly prolong orgasm at will.
What else should I know before taking Priligy?
You should always consult with your doctor before taking any type of prescription medication, including SSRIs – especially if you have a history of kidney or liver problems. If you are currently using other SSRIs or medication for the treatment of depression, or if you plan to take them while also taking Priligy, inform your doctor about it. Priligy is meant to be used by men only, and it has no effect on women. Take one pill of Priligy an hour before you expect to have sexual intercourse, and try not to drink any alcohol while using Priligy. Priligy is active for up to six hours, and you shouldn’t take more than one pill every 24 hours.