What is Priligy?
Priligy was created for men with problems with premature ejaculation. This can make you last longer and help you avoid climax.
You can buy priligy in 30mg or 60mg tablets.
What is the working principle of Priligy?
Priligy tablets have the active ingredient dapoxetine. This medicine is also known as a short-acting selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitor.
Dapoxetine increases the activity of serotonin within the nervous system. Serotonin, a neurotransmitter, is responsible for the transmission of messages between nerve cells. It performs a variety of functions and is responsible for sending nerve messages that lead to ejaculation.
The activity of serotonin can be increased in the nervous system to improve the control and speed of ejaculation.
Who can and cannot take Priligy
Most adults can take Priligy. However, it is not recommended for those over 65 because of its safety and effectiveness.
Dosage: How can I take Priligy? And how often should I do it?
Men between the ages of 18 and 64 should take one priligy pill one to three hours prior to sexual activity..
30mg is the recommended starting dose for Priligy. Your doctor may recommend a higher dose of Priligy, 60mg. However, this should only happen if there have been no side effects.
The tablet can be taken with or without food. To minimize dizziness, swallow the tablet whole.
Can I have alcohol with Priligy
Avoid drinking alcohol while taking Priligy. It will increase your chances of feeling dizzy or sleepy and could also increase your risk of fainting.
Can I drive after taking Priligy?
Some people may feel dizzy, sleepy or faint from Priligy. It can also cause blurred vision. Priligy can cause dizziness, blurred vision, and even paralysis.
What side effects can Priligy cause?
Here are some side effects of dapoxetine. This does not mean all men who take Priligy tablets will experience the side effect. Individual people can experience side effects and medications may have different effects.
Side effects of Priligy are very common(affects more than 1 out of 10 people).
- Feeling sick.
Side effects of Priligy that are commonThis can affect between 1/10 and 1/10 people.
- Anxiety, frustration, restlessness, or agitation.
- Concentration is difficult.
- Blurred vision
- You feel tired and sleepy. If you feel this way, do not drive or operate machinery.
- Pins and needles, or tingling sensations.
- Tinnitus is ringing in the ears or making other noises (tinnitus).
- Excessive sweating.
- Difficulty sleeping (insomnia).
- Abnormal dreams.
- Sex drives are now less frequent.
- Problems getting an erection (erectile dysfunction).
- Sinus congestion.
- Diarrhoea and vomiting can all be caused by disturbances in the stomach.
- An increase in blood pressure
Can I take Priligy along with other medications?
Before you start taking Priligy, it is important to inform your doctor or pharmacist of any medications you have, even if they are not prescription-based. Similarly, check with your doctor or pharmacist before taking any new medicines while you’re using Priligy, to make sure that the combination is safe. Here are some key points:
Do not take Priligy with
PDE5 medications used to treat erectile disorder, such as sildenafil and tadalafil. These medicines may cause dizziness and increase your risk of fainting if you take dapoxetine.