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Priligy 30 mg
Priligy 30 mg is a medicine used to treat premature ejaculation. It is made up of dapoxetine. It belongs to the class of SSRIs.
Priligy 30 mg increases the levels of certain chemicals in the body, improves ejaculation control and increases the time needed to trigger ejaculation.
Premature ejaculation is an invasive male sexual disorder. Dapoxetine, an ingredient in this drug, is the only drug approved for the treatment of premature ejaculation.
Studies have shown that it increases ejaculation control and the time it takes to ejaculate. It also reduces the anxiety and frustration common with this condition.
This medication is for men only. Do not use Priligy tablets unless you have been diagnosed with premature ejaculation.
It should be taken a few hours before sex or as advised by your doctor. Do not take multiple tablets per day or daily. There are no drug addiction issues.
Also, stopping suddenly does not cause severe withdrawal symptoms.
What is the use of Priligy 30 mg?
In the treatment of Premature Ejaculation
How does Priligy 30 mg work?
Priligy 30 mg and priligy 60mg contains dapoxetine. It is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) drug. It works by increasing levels of serotonin in the nervous system, a natural chemical in the body.
It takes longer to ejaculate and gives you better control over your ejaculation. It also manages anxiety and produces calming effects.
How to take Priligy 30 mg?
Use Priligy 30 mg Tablet exactly for the exact duration and dosage prescribed by your doctor. Do not exceed the dose of Priligy tablets.
You can take Priligy whether or not you eat food. Do not break or bite your tablet.
Immediately after opening, swallow the tablet whole with a glass of water.
Take the Priligy tablet 30 minutes to 1 hour before sex or as advised by your doctor.
Side effects of Priligy 30 mg
- Decreased libido (sexual desire)
- Dry mouth
- Blurry vision
- Erectile dysfunction
- Increased sweating
- Irregular heartbeat
Interaction of Priligy 30 MG
Interaction with other drugs
When using Priligy Tablet with certain antidepressants (MAO inhibitors), it can cause serious and life-threatening interactions.
If you are using medicines that affect heart rhythm, such as thioridazine, Priligy medicines may make these medicines more effective and cause heart rhythm problems.
When used for mental illness, sleeping pills, antiepileptic drugs, etc., the drowsiness effects may increase.
Dosage of Priligy 30mg
Overdose of Priligy Tablet may cause gastrointestinal disturbances such as nausea and vomiting, as well as serotonin-mediated side effects such as drowsiness, tachycardia, tremors, restlessness and dizziness.
In case of overdose of Priligy tablets, consult your doctor for treatment.
Missed a Dose
The dosage and duration of Priligy Tablet are not fixed. If you use these tablets for premature ejaculation, you should only take them when you need them, so it is very rare to forget to take them.
Precautions and Warnings of Priligy 30
Q: Can I take Priligy tablets during pregnancy?
A: Priligy tablet are used for premature ejaculation in men over 18 years old. This tablet is not intended for pregnant women. No information is available. Please consult your doctor
Q: Can I take Priligy 30mg tablets while breastfeeding?
A: No, Priligy Tablet is not for breastfeeding women. No information is available. Please consult your doctor.
Q: Can I drive while taking Priligy 30?
A: No, Priligy tablets may have a negative effect and impair your ability to drive. It can cause dizziness, confusion, blurred vision, drowsiness, difficulty concentrating and decreased reflexes, which can make driving difficult.
Q: Can I take alcohol with a Priligy 30mg?
A: No, it is not safe to take Priligy Tablet with alcohol. It interferes with the way this medication works and may cause increased side effects such as drowsiness, tremors, and dizziness.
Other general warnings
Talk to your doctor if:
You are over 65.
You use herbal remedies and supplements for premature ejaculation.
Do not use Priligy Tablet unless your doctor has diagnosed it with premature ejaculation.
Do not use Priligy Tablet if you are under 18 years old.
Monitor your blood pressure as it can cause low blood pressure and low blood pressure
Contraindications of Priligy 30 mg
If you are allergic to this drug.
If premature ejaculation is not fully diagnosed.
If blood pressure is low, this medication may cause orthostatic hypotension, a decrease in blood pressure after abrupt repositioning.
If you have a history of heart disease such as heart failure or arrhythmia.
If you are under 18.
If you have a bleeding disorder, this medication increases your risk of bleeding.
If you are diagnosed with mania or bipolar disorder.
If you have a history of seizures.
If you have experience with recreational drugs.
If you are using antidepressants.
If you have severe kidney or liver disease.
Q: Can I stop using the Priligy tablet at any time?
A: Use the Priligy tablet only when necessary. This medication helps control ejaculation during use. When stopped, the state can return. Speak to your doctor if you wish to discontinue use.
Q: How long does it take to see the effect of Priligy 30 mg Tablet?
A: Priligy Tablet is only effective at the first dose. To see results from this drug, you must take it as directed by your doctor or 1-3 hours before sex.
Q: If I suddenly stop using Priligy 30mg Tablet are there any side effects?
A: No, Priligy Tablet does not have severe withdrawal symptoms when you stop using it. Some common side effects can be yawning, nausea, dizziness, and headache.
All of these effects were mild and well tolerated. Speak to your doctor if you wish to discontinue use.
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