A man needs to use Priligy tablets for premature ejaculation if they ejaculate within two minutes of penetrating the vagina. Priligy contains the active ingredient dapoxetine which helps to increase the time a man takes to ejaculate after entering the vagina. A man can have a better sexual experience because of the longer time to procreate with their partner. Not all people can take this drug, let’s look at some more details.
Who Cannot Take Priligy?
People with heart problems cannot take Priligy. Some of the heart problems include heart failure or difficulties in heart rhythm. Do not take Priligy if you tend to faint or pass out when your blood pressure drops. Priligy is indicated for the male population not younger than 18 and not older than 65.
Priligy is not to be taken by women or people with any kind of liver problems. Anybody who has used a monoamine oxidase inhibitor medicine for treating depression within the last 14 days should not take Priligy. People using a Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI) or any other medication to treat depression should not use Priligy for at least 14 days after stopping to use the SSRI’s. Individuals taking thioridazine used for treating schizophrenia need to wait for at least 14 days after stopping thioridazine before taking Priligy.
Do not take Priligy if you have an allergic reaction to dapoxetine or any of the ingredients on the leaflet of the drug. Do not consume alcohol when taking this drug because this can increase the risk of fainting. Do not drink grapefruit juice because it can interact with this medicine. Do not use any medication that is past its expiration date.
How & When To Take Priligy?
Follow the instructions given to you by your physician or pharmacist if they are different from the instructions given here. Use the 30mg tablet between one to three hours before sexual intercourse. This drug is not meant for daily use. Do not take more than one tablet in 24 hours because this can have additional side effects without any benefit of the drug.
Avoid operating heavy machinery or driving after taking Priligy because this medicine can make you dizzy, feel light-headed, drowsy, or cause fainting. Do not use alcohol with Priligy. The effects of alcohol, impaired judgement, slow reflexes, and drowsiness are intensified with Priligy. Drink lots of water while taking this medicine.
Inform your dentist, doctor, pharmacist, or any other medical professionals providing you with treatment that you take Priligy. Inform your doctor that you are taking Priligy when your doctor prescribes you any new medication. Inform your doctor when you stop taking this medicine because you can have problems falling asleep or feel light-headed after stopping this medication. Inform your doctor if you have increased blood pressure after taking Priligy.
How To Store Priligy?
Let the tablets remain in the pack until it is time to use them. Keep the tablets in a cool dry place with a temperature of below 25°C. Do not keep the tablets near a bathroom sink, car dash, or windowsill. The heat and moisture can destroy the medicine.