Who Can Use Priligy?
Called a magic pill, Priligy is designed to be used in men suffering from premature ejaculation (PE). In medical and pharmacological terminology, the term “premature” defined an ejaculation that occurs uncontrollably soon.
The problem of PE often accompanies other sexual disorders, such as erectile dysfunction. In this case, combination therapy with PDE5 inhibitors is indicated.
Priligy should only be used by patients with PE if a healthcare provider has approved the treatment with Dapoxetine. Do not use the medicine if you have a contraindication of Priligy, which is hypersensitivity to the active substance, peanut or soy or any of the ingredients of the drug.
Since Priligy is an antidepressant drug interacting with serotonin in the brain, its use is not recommended in people with a history of drug and alcohol abuse.
Dapoxetine And Other Medicines
Dapoxetine is contraindicated in combination with monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs). In exceptional cases, linezolid (an antibiotic that is a non-selective MAO inhibitor) can be administered in combination with Dapoxetine under medical supervision to monitor serotonin syndrome symptoms and control blood pressure.
Treatment with Dapoxetine may be initiated two weeks after the discontinuation of irreversible MAOI, or at least 24 hours after the end of treatment with a reversible MAO inhibitor with a short half-life (e.g., moclobemide, linezolid, methylthioninium chloride, blue Methylene, non-selective reversible MAO inhibitors). There should be at least one week between the discontinuation of Dapoxetine and the start of therapy with an MAOI.
Dapoxetine should not be used in combination with thioridazine and with other drugs that inhibit CYP450 2D6 hepatic enzyme because dapoxetine may raise plasma thioridazine levels. Administration of thioridazine alone may lead to prolongation of the QTc interval associated with severe ventricular arrhythmias such as torsades de pointes and sudden death. Dapoxetine should not be used in combination with pimozide.
Priligy (Dapoxetine) And Viagra
Since Priligy is used to treat premature ejaculation often associated with other sexual dysfunctions, one may ask a question whether the drug is compatible with Viagra, Cialis, Levitra and other drugs used to treat ED.
Tests and research have shown that Priligy and Viagra, as well as other PDE5 inhibitors, are fully compatible when taken in prescribed dose following doctor’s instructions. Taken in combination with Viagra, Priligy can significantly improve the quality of the sexual life and solve problems with erections and premature ejaculation.
Very good drug, tried many times, and was always pleased with the result. It’s very effective and there are almost no side effects, only occasionally there may be a headache or an increase in blood pressure and that’s it! Friends advised me, and then I found all the necessary information on the Internet. For 40 minutes before having sex I drank 1 pill and everything was fine. Now I combine this drug with Levitra. It would be nice if pharmacists mixed these two drugs into one that would be as strong as Levitra and lasted as long as Priligy. All I want to say is this drug is good, you will not regret it.
Let me share my experience. It really helps, my first time increased almost in 3-4 times as stated by the manufacturer (in my case from 30 seconds to 2 minutes). Further a little time to recover and the second time already lasted up to half an hour. Without Priligy in my case, sex lasts maximum of 2-3 minutes. Now it’s much longer, because in many ways I can control the process myself. The main thing to remember is that the medicine begins to act at least an hour or so after taking it. Try it. Hopefully help, how it helped me.