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Priligy FAQ

What is Priligy?

Priligy is the trade name for dapoxetine, drug used for treating men with premature ejaculation. It can significantly prolong the time between penetration and ejaculation. This oral treatment is available on private prescription for certain groups of men.

What makes Priligy different from other treatments?

Priligy is a one-of-a-kind oral treatment, which can be obtained in the UK, USA and many European countries. It is the only oral medication formulated specifically for treating premature ejaculation.

How does Priligy work?

Priligy is known as a short acting "selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor" or SSRI. The medication acts by altering the concentration of serotonin in the brain, which allows a man to have better control over when he ejaculates.

How do I know if I need Priligy?

A man suffering from premature ejaculation usually ejaculates within 2 minutes of his penis entering his partner. Priligy should be used only if you are incapable of expanding this length of time and it is causing serious problems for your sexual relationship.

What is the difference between Priligy and Viagra?

Priligy acts to lengthen the amount of time of sexual encounters, whereas Viagra empowers a man to achieve an erection for sexual intercourse to take place.

How is Priligy used?

Only one tablet should be taken per day, between one and three hours before sex. A tablet can be taken with or without food. Priligy is only suitable for men aged between 18 and 64 years of age.

What are the Priligy dosages?

Priligy is available in strengths of 30mg and 60mg tablets. A man suffering from PE will usually be administered the lowest dose of 30mg. If the user tolerates the 30mg tablet well but does not see any improvement in his condition, a doctor may increase the dose to 60mg.

What are the most common side effects?

Priligy remains active within the body for only 2-3 hours, which means side effects are less frequent and severe. The most common side effects of Priligy are headache, dizziness and nausea.

What precautions should be taken before starting treatment?

Priligy may not be suitable for men with certain medical conditions, or if they are taking certain other drugs, prescription or otherwise.

Does alcohol consumption have any effect on Priligy?

If used with Priligy, alcohol can endanger users' health. The combination of both substances in the body may also increase risk of injury from fainting

Can Priligy be used with other medications?

Other drugs can hamper the effectiveness of Priligy, and may also put the user's health at risk. For this reason, a doctor must be made fully aware of all medications a patient is taking before deciding whether they are safe to use Priligy.

Is Priligy available over the counter?

No, Priligy can only be obtained with a doctor's prescription. Be wary of any websites that offer generic versions of Priligy without prescription. Buy Priligy 30mg and 60mg can be obtained at 121doc with next day delivery.

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