What is Priligy?
Priligy the number one drug against premature ejaculation
Priligy is the medication which is used by men who have problems with premature ejaculation. Dapoxetine Hydrochloride is a generic name for this medication. There are no many medications that are able to manage early ejaculation and one of them is Priligy. Premature ejaculation is a pretty common problem among young men, but it can also occur in older men. If you start having this problem regularly, it is recommended to start your treatment as soon as possible, because it can affect your sexual life. Priligy is from a group of drugs known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). This medication is suitable for any man from 18 to 64 years old. Priligy is also known as Dapoxetine. Thanks to Priligy, the level of serotonin is getting higher which make it able for a man to avoid premature ejaculation. The level of serotonin will not be high for a long time but also for several hours, which is safe for organism.
This is important to know about Priligy
Before you start using this medication you should consult with your healthcare provider. This medication should not be used by the people who have heart problems, liver impairment or kidney failure. Also, this medication should not be used by men who are under 18 years old. There is a range of medication that should never be combined with Priligy. Those are monoamine oxidase inhibitors, thioridazine, herbal treatments or antidepressants. If you use this medication in order to treat premature ejaculation, you should know that there are chances to have side effects. The most common side effects that have been noticed are dizziness, feeling sick, headache and others. If you are prescribed with this medication, you should only take the dose that was prescribed by your healthcare provider. If you do not feel any effects, you should not take a larger dose, but you should contact your healthcare provider and discuss this situation. Different dose of this medication can be prescribed which depends on a range of factors, including age, health status, effectiveness, etc.