Priligy 60 mg contains an active substance called dapoxetine. This belongs to a group of medicines called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Priligy can also be known as a ‘urological’ medicine.
Priligy 60 mg is used to treat premature ejaculation, in males between 18 and 64 years previous. Premature ejaculation is a sexual problem. It is when a man ejaculates with little sexual stimulation and before the person desires to. This can cause problems for the person and should cause problems in sexual relationships.
Priligy 60 mg aims to extend the time it takes you to ejaculate and might enhance your control over once you ejaculate. This should reduce your frustration or fear about how fast you ejaculate. Priligy 60 mg can also enhance your satisfaction with sexual activity.
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Always take Priligy 60 mg precisely as your physician has told you. Take the medicine 1 to three hours before sexual exercise. Swallow the tablets whole to keep away from a bitter style, with no less than one full glass of water. This could help decrease your chance of fainting. Do not take Priligy greater than as soon as each 24 hours. Priligy should not be used by males under the age of 18, or aged 65 years or older.
Do not take Priligy 60 mg if any of the next apply: you’re allergic (hypersensitive) to Dapoxetine or any of the opposite ingredients of Priligy; you’ve heart or circulation problems, such as low blood pressure or a historical past of low blood pressure, heart failure, or problems with the heart rhythm;
you’re taking certain different medicines out of your physician (together with medicines for depression referred to as Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs), Thioridazine for schizophrenia, or different medicines for depression; Lithium, a medicine for bipolar disorder;
Linezolid, an antibiotic used to treat infections; Tryptophan, a medicine to help you sleep; St Johns Wort, a non-prescription natural medicine; Tramadol, used to treat pain; and medicines used to treat migraines). Do not take Priligy at the same time as any of the medicines listed above. If you’ve taken any of those medicines, you will have to attend 14 days after you cease taking them before you can begin taking Priligy.
Once you’ve stopped taking Priligy, you will need to attend 7 days before taking any of the medicines listed above. If you aren’t positive about what to do, discuss to your physician or pharmacist before taking Priligy.
Do not take Priligy 60 mg if any of the above apply to you examine with your physician or pharmacist before taking your medicine if: you drink alcohol, you haven’t been recognized with untimely ejaculation, you employ recreational medicine such as ecstasy, LSD, narcotics or benzodiazepines, you’ve ever had a psychological health downside such as depression, mania (symptoms embrace feeling overexcited, irritable or not having the ability to suppose clearly), bipolar disorder (symptoms embrace severe temper swings between mania and depression) or schizophrenia (a psychiatric disease), you’ve a history of bleeding or blood clotting problems, you’ve kidney problems, you’ve epilepsy or you’ve a historical past of dizziness from low blood pressure.
Priligy should not be taken by women. Like all medicines, Priligy can cause side effects, though not all people will get them.
The following side effects could happen with this medicine: suits (seizures), feeling faint or gentle headed once you rise up, adjustments in your temper, feeling irritable, anxious, agitated or stressed, feeling numb or having pins and needles, problem getting or maintaining an erection, sweating greater than regular or flushing, diarrhoea, constipation or having wind, stomach pain, bloating or being sick, problems sleeping or unusual desires, feeling drained or sleepy, yawning, blocked nose (nasal congestion), an increase in blood pressure, problem concentrating, shaking or trembling, decrease interest in intercourse, ringing within the ears, blurred vision, indigestion, dry mouth.