Priligy Tablets (30mg & 60mg)
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Priligy is a medicine used to treat premature ejaculation in men. It is designed to control the chemicals in the nervous system that are responsible for ejaculation. This will result in a man prolonging sexual performance without ejaculating.
- Improves control over ejaculation
- Easy to take
- Take 1 to 3 hours before sexual intercourse
What is Priligy and who is it for?
Priligy is a useful premature ejaculation medication that helps men prolong the time that it takes to ejaculate whilst also providing greater control.
Priligy is suitable for men who are aged 18 to 64 and suffer from premature ejaculation. Suitable patients who can take this medication usually ejaculate in less than two minutes and have been struggling with this condition for more than six months.
Priligy contains dapoxetine, which is an SSRI that can boost serotonin levels. Having higher serotonin levels generally means that it takes longer to ejaculate.
How does Priligy work?
Priligy contains the active ingredient dapoxetine and is part of a class of drugs known as Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs). This class of drug is commonly prescribed to treat depression, however, the drugs in this class that do treat depression, such as Fluoxetine, Paroxetine, Sertraline and Citalopram are long-acting. Priligy is a short-acting SSRI, meaning its use in treating depression was found to be negligible whereas its use in treating premature ejaculation was found to be efficacious.
Serotonin plays a vital role in male ejaculation and increased reuptake of serotonin causes premature ejaculation. Priligy binds to a part of your neurone to reduce the amount of serotonin being taken back up, meaning ejaculation can be delayed by up to 300%.
Can I take Priligy and Viagra together?
In short, no, Priligy cannot be used with Viagra (sildenafil), Cialis (tadalafil) or any other erectile dysfunction drugs. The reason premature ejaculation tablets should not be combined with erectile dysfunction tablets is because there exists a higher risk of you suffering from severely reduced blood pressure (hypotension).
This could lead to you requiring emergency treatment. It is also important to know that Priligy should not be combined with alcohol as it will likely reduce this premature ejaculation medications effects.
Priligy patient review
Priligy reviews are almost entirely positive. Many men have reported that Priligy tablets have dramatically increased the length of time that they can have sex for, and few report side effects. Most reviewers mention that the optimum time to take Priligy is between 1.5 - 2 hours before engaging in sexual intercourse.
Priligy and alcohol
You should not consume alcohol while taking Priligy. This is because alcohol is a sedative, and when mixed with Priligy, it can make you more drowsy and increase the likelihood of fainting. It’s also important not to take Priligy while taking any recreational drugs, as these can significantly raise the risk of experiencing side effects.
Also, grapefruit juice can react negatively with Priligy and increase the likelihood of side effects. Don’t drink grapefruit juice while taking Priligy tablets.
Priligy alternative medication
Priligy doesn’t work for everyone, and it is not safe for some people to take. If you are looking for Priligy alternatives, why not take a look at EMLA cream 5%, or Stud 100 Desensitizing Spray both of which are stocked by Cloud Pharmacy. Both products help to decrease the sensitivity of the penis, providing a numbing sensation that has been proven to provide a greater level of control for the user.
Can I buy Priligy online?
Priligy 30mg & 60mg tablets are available to buy from Cloud Pharmacy. Following a short consultation with one of our trained pharmacists, all orders will be dispatched for next-day delivery if ordered before 3:30pm.
Patient Information Leaflet
Priligy 30mg & 60mg Tablet Patient Information Leaflet (PIL)
For more information about Priligy 30mg & 60mg tablets, please take a look at the information leaflet below. It is important you read the Patient Information Leaflet (PIL) before taking this medication:
Most doctors generally prescribe Priligy 30mg to begin with. If this dose of Priligy proves to be ineffective, your doctor might prescribe you a 60mg dose.
Swallow the tablet whole with some water one to three hours before sexual intercourse. You can take Priligy tablets with or without food. Make sure that you only take Priligy if you are going to engage in sexual intercourse.
How do I take Priligy?
Priligy 30mg and 60mg tablets are very easy to take and have been shown to be very effective in the treatment of premature ejaculation. One Priligy tablet should be taken 1 - 3 hours before any sexual activity and it can be taken with or without food.
It is advised that you do not take more than one tablet per day. If for some reason you do take more than one tablet in one day, you should contact a medical professional and monitor any side effects that may occur.
Priligy comes in two different strengths, 30mg and 60mg. A doctor will generally prescribe you 30mg as this has been shown to be very effective and patients are less likely to experience any side effects. If however treatment is not effective with 30mg, 60mg is then prescribed.
Priligy is a safe medication to take for men aged 18 - 64. It is advised that men under the age of 18 or over the age of 64 do not take Priligy tablets.
Who can take Priligy?
Priligy reacts with a few different drugs. If you take any of the following medications or have taken them in the last fourteen days, do not take Priligy tablets and speak to your doctor. Please note, the following list is not exhaustive:
- Antidepressants or any other medication for mental illness
- St John’s Wort
- Migraine medication
- Sleeping tablets
You must wait seven days after taking Priligy tablets before taking any of these medications.
If you take any other medications, it is always best to speak to your doctor. There might be a reaction that is not listed here, or certain medications may put you at higher risk of side effects.
Do not take Priligy tablets if you have any heart conditions or have a history of blood clotting. Speak to your doctor before trying Priligy tablets if you live with any chronic conditions, or if you have allergies to any medication.
How long does Priligy last?
It’s best to take Priligy tablets 1-3 hours before engaging in sexual intercourse. It will be effective in around 80% of men, who should notice a substantial increase in the duration it takes to ejaculate.
However, it is not foolproof and will not work with everybody. If you do not notice a difference, discuss upping your dosage to Priligy 60mg with your doctor.
Another important thing to remember is that Priligy will only counter premature ejaculation when you take it - it is not a cure for the condition. You might find Priligy an effective way to deal with premature ejaculation temporarily, but you might want to speak to your doctor to discuss how to deal with this condition long-term.
Priligy side effects
As with most medications, the possibility of experiencing side effects is possible when taking Priligy premature ejaculation tablets. Although rare, it is still best to familiarise yourself with the list below in the event that you do experience a side effect.
There exist a variety of common and less common side effects of Priligy tablets.
Common Priligy side effects
Common side effects include:
You can take Priligy tablets with or without food, but some people report that taking the tablet with food helps them to avoid side effects.
Most of these side effects are not serious. If they are mild, you can treat them yourself. However, if you experience any of these side effects severely, or if they don’t go away, then consult your doctor.
If you feel in any way dizzy or faint after taking Priligy, do not drive or operate any machinery. If it is your first time taking Priligy, it is best to do so at a time when you don’t need to do any hazardous activities, so you can safely monitor yourself for side effects.
Serious Priligy side effects
Other less common but more serious side effects include:
- Mood changes, such as anxiety or irritability
- Digestion problems
- Stomach pain
- Low libido
- Shaking and trembling
- Dry mouth
If you experience any of these, speak to your doctor.
If you experience other, severe side effects, such as a change in blood pressure or heart rate, sudden fever, severe weakness or drowsiness, or confusion, speak to your doctor urgently.
If you can't contact your doctor and you feel as if you are seriously ill, go to A&E. Don't drive yourself and take the Priligy tablet packet with you to show the doctor.
How Common is Premature Ejaculation?
How Common is Premature Ejaculation?
Premature Ejaculation (PE) is relatively common amongst men- with up to 30% of them suffering from PE problems at some point in their life. It is usually related to stress and psychological factors. In some instances it could happen because of over stimulation or excitement prior to sexual intercourse or activity. There are some way to help with this.
How Do I Know If I Have Premature Ejaculation?
How Do I Know If I Have Premature Ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation or PE can be defined as ejaculation in less than 2 minutes after penetration. If you ejaculate with very little stimulation or before you want to and it is causing problems with your sex life and or relationships then you can seek treatment and it may benefit you.
What Treatments Can I Get For Premature Ejaculation?
What Treatments Are Available for Premature Ejaculation (PE)
Although Priligfy (dapoxetine) has been shown to be effective in preventing premature ejaculation, there are also other methods to consider prior to taking prescription medcations. You could consider using extra thick condoms, numbing spray such as STUD100 or numbing creams such as EMLA. All of these items can reduce penile sensitivity and therefore delay ejaculation. These items can be purchased at Cloud Pharmacy without the need of a prescription. Numbing sprays, cream and thick condoms have been known to potentially increase the difficulty of maintaining an erection.
Can I Take Viagra with Priligy?
Can I Take Viagra With Priligy?
You cannot take Viagra (sildenafil), Cialis (Tadalafil) or any other erectile dysfunction medication whilst using Priligy. Taking erectile dysfunction (ED) medicine whilst taking Priligy can increase your chances of hypotension (low blood presure). This in turn can lead to dizziness, headaches and fainting.
How Do I Take Priligy?
How Do I take Priligy?
There are two strengths of Priligy tablet: 30mg and 60mg. Unless told otherwise by a speacialist, you must always start with the lower 30mg strength, ensuring you take the tablet 1-3 hours before anticipated intercourse. Swallow the tablet whole, with a full glass of water. It can be taken with or without food. The strength of tablet can be increased the next time, if necessary and you suffered no significant side effects. You should do not take a dose more than once in a 24 hour period throughout the day.
Can Priligy Be Used At Any Age?
How Old Do I Need to be to Take Priligy
Priligy can only be taken by men between the ages of 18-64; it is only licensed for men between this age range. You should not take this medicaiton if you are older or younger than the specified age unless under the supervision of a specialist.
Can I take Priligy If I am Lactose Intollerant?
Can I Take Priligy if I am Lactose Intollerant?
Priligy ingredients contain lactose. Patients who are lactose intollernat should not take Priligy. You should only take Priligy if you are lactose intollerant if you are under the care of a consultant or specialist.
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