Premature ejaculation is the most common form of sexual dysfunction in men, affecting up to 21% of the stronger sex at the age of 18–59 years. Because of this condition, millions of men cannot sexually satisfy a partner while also feeling pleasure from intercourse. However, this condition does not pose a significant threat to the intimate life of a couple if the man is able to use modern medicine. There are now drugs available that are used to help men with effectively treating premature ejaculation over a short period of therapy.
However, prior to starting this drug therapy, it is important to identify the cause of a sexual disorder in order to choose the appropriate drug. Treatment of premature ejaculation with medications can start only after consultation with a doctor.
Sexual intercourse is a psychological-dependent process, and it does not guarantee 100% success to even a healthy man. Problems with premature ejaculation can occur unexpectedly and for a variety of reasons. Excess alcohol, stress, self-doubt or a side effect of medication taken can spoil the intimate process.
Despite this, the opinion of specialists is one and the same: the sexual resources of men are invariably high at any age.
To avoid early ejaculation, 30 mg of Priligy should be taken. Priligy is known not only for its temporary effectiveness but also for the ability to cope with the problem of early ejaculation without reducing the sensitivity of the penis.
Priligy is a quick-acting medication that reaches its maximum plasma concentration approximately 1.5 hours after ingestion, which is much faster than fluoxetine, paroxetine, or sertraline. Priligy is a new, high-speed inhibitor of the serotonin transporter, which is used to treat premature ejaculation.
The most common side effects of Priligy are nausea, diarrhea, dizziness, and headache. All these effects are dose-dependent. Nausea and headache are common. Currently, there are no reports of any side effects of the drug from the cardiovascular and hematologic system, the liver.