Priligy is perhaps the most powerful, safest, and reliable treatment for premature ejaculation. It was first available in 2004 and acted as an SSRI or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor.
Numerous laboratory studies confirm the benefits of Priligy. The research, which was carried out by The British Medical Journal, shows that Dapoxetine (the active ingredient of Priligy) is well tolerated and effective against premature ejaculation, along with reducing personal distress, better satisfaction during sexual intercourse and improvement of interpersonal difficulties.
Priligy is essentially the same drug as common medicines like Prozac and Paxil. As an SSRI antidepressant, it increases the amount of serotonin in the brain. For people with anxiety or depression, medicine can stabilize the mental state.
However, the primary purpose of Priligy is to help the patient in better controlling ejaculation during sexual intercourse. Priligy is different from other antidepressants because it has fewer side effects; the medication starts to act quicker and gets out of the body faster too. For treating premature ejaculation, men should order Priligy online as-need before sex.
The medicine is sold in packs of 30mg and 60 mg tablets. Often, the doctor will first prescribe the patient the regular dosage, which is 30 milligrams. If this is not working and the patient is still having problems with ejaculation, then the doctor will recommend increasing the dosage. In this case, the patient will get 60 mg or the maximum dosage available.
Due to its minimal side effects, Priligy is widely recognized all over the world. There are several other analogs on the market, but most of them are not approved by regulators in Europe and the US. Priligy is the only drug available in the market, which has regulatory approval to be used for premature ejaculation.
Apart from controlling ejaculation time, Priligy helps a man in gaining confidence and satisfaction with sexual intercourse. Today Priligy is marketed as a remedial against premature ejaculation in several European countries, including Spain, Sweden, Austria, Finland, Portugal, and Germany.