Premature ejaculation or simply (PE) is a condition that affects many men today. It causes one to develop low sexual confidence and other problems. 20 to 40 percent of men across the globe suffer from this sexual dysfunction. Thankfully, there is a medical solution for this known as Dapoxetine. It is sold under the brand name Priligy. It is a short acting selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitor (SSRI). It has already been licensed in the UK for the treatment of PE. An analytical test of 4 controlled trials was conducted to identify the effectiveness of this drug. These tests confirmed that the drug caused the men who suffered from Premature Ejaculation to develop an increase in Intravaginal Ejaculatory Latency Time (IELT). Read on to learn more about the beneficial effects of Dapoxetine and how it can help you last longer in bed.
Men who suffered from PE were treated with Dapoxetine and during the trial period, they got positive results. They claimed that their PE had subsided significantly. Those who received 30 milligrams of Dapoxetine claimed that their PE had reduced by up to 30.7% while those who received 38.3% of Dapoxetine claimed that their PE had reduced by up to 38.3%.
This drug is best taken 1 to 3 hours before engaging in sexual activity. However, one should consult a health provider before beginning to take this drug. This is because the patient should be informed of the drugs that Dapoxetine can react with. This drug should not be taken by men who are already taking phosphodietesterase type 5 inhibitors such as sildenafil. Moreover, the patients who take this drug should be aware of its potential side effects so as to gauge its potential benefits versus its risks. Known side effects of Dapoxetine are dizziness, nausea and headaches.
This drug retails for 23.09 dollars or 14.71 pounds for a 3 x 30 milligram pack. The 6 x 60 milligram pack retails for 54.04 dollars or 34.42 pounds. This drug is designed for men between the age of 18 and 64. To get this drug administered to you, you must exhibit a number of symptoms. One of these is that you should have an Intravaginal Ejaculatory Latency Time (IELT) less than 120 seconds. Moreover, one should exhibit recurring symptoms of quick ejaculation with minimal sexual stimulation. This may be prior to, on or after the penetration without the wishe of the man. Another symptom that must be present before this drug is administered is pronounced personal distress or difficulty in interpersonal relations as a result of premature ejaculation. The man must also exhibit poor control of ejaculation as well as a history of the sexual dysfunction over a period of 6 months.
This drug is readily absorbed into the blood stream after oral consumption. It takes minutes to get to the appropriate parts of the body. 1 hour after consuming the drug, itreaches its peak level in the blood plasma. The drug also gets eliminated from the body really fast. In approximately 21.9 hours for the 60 milligram dosage and 18.7 hours for the 30 milligram dosage, the drug's effects will have worn off. It is an effective drug to treat Premature Ejaculation (PE).