Premature Ejaculation Treatment – Priligy 30mg Tablets
If you can’t stay in control of when you ejaculate and orgasm very quickly during sexual intercourse, we have a medical solution that can help.
Key Facts About Premature Ejaculation
Anti-PE treatment is not suitable for all men
- Males that can hold back ejaculation for around 7 minutes
- Younger men under eighteen, or older men over sixty-five
- Men who cannot easily get or maintain erections
- Males that are taking medication to treat depression, have had mental illnesses in the past such as bipolar, depression or anxiety
- Men who suffer from low blood pressure and bouts of fainting
- If you have one or more of these symptoms above, it is important that you speak to your GP to look at other treatments available instead of seeking treatment online.
We are unable to clarify the naming of this product until after the assessment period due to this product being unlicensed within the UK. Therefore we are currently naming the tablet as an "anti-PE" drug. This product is currently licensed in many countries in Europe.
If you are suffering from premature ejaculation you will have problems being in control of when you ejaculate, and during sexual intercourse you orgasm incredibly quickly. This issue is very common among men, especially those that are forty and under. This problem can make men very distressed and can affect their sex lives and relationships with their partners. In the past, it has been difficult to find a treatment that is licensed to treat PE, but we now have a tablet which is fully licensed to treat this issue. We are naming this tablet an anti-PE drug.
Anti-PE Tablet – Priligy 30mg Tablets (SSRIs)
30mg or to 60mg
If you are ordering Priligy tablets for the first time we advise that you first try the 30mg dose. It is best to start with the lower strength as it can cause side-effects.
If the 30mg dose does not work after trying it at least four times and you are not experiencing side-effects then we advise you to order the 60mg dose.
Priligy tablets should be swallowed whole to avoid the bitter taste.
Take with at least one full glass of water.
|How to take Priligy tablets|
One tablet with water one to three hours before sex.
Maximum one tablet in 24 hours.
It can be taken with or without food.
You should not drink alcohol whilst taking Priligy tablets.
|Time it takes to work|
The Priligy tablets become effective one hour after you take it and can remain effective for up to 24 hours.
Studies show that more than half of men say the tablet helps with their premature ejaculation.
|How does it work?|
The Priligy tablets works in the brain by blocking the nerve impulses that bring about ejaculation. By blocking the nerve signals, it can effectively delay the premature ejaculation.
|How long the PE treatment lasts|
This tablet is not a cure for premature ejaculation. It is a treatment that you can take each time you have sex. However in time, and if you also practise the behavioural techniques for premature ejaculation (see below), you may not require the PE treatment long term.
Side-effects of the Priligy 30mg tablets are rare but can include nausea, dizziness, diarrhoea, headache, and drowsiness.
There is also a small risk of fainting. This is much more likely to happen in men who take the 60mg dose. In fact the 60mg dose increases the risk of fainting fivefold.
Although the side effects of Priligy tablets are rare, if you do feel faint you should lie down so your head is lower than your body or sit with your head between your knees. To try to avoid fainting keep hydrated by drinking a glass of water when you take the tablet and avoiding alcohol.
Because of the risks of dizziness and fainting we advise that you avoid driving, operating potentially dangerous machinery, and undertaking any potentially hazardous activity when taking Priligy 30mg tablets.
|Leaflet about Premature Ejaculation Treatment|
Using the anti-PE tablet for the first time
If this is your first order of the tablet, we suggest having the 30mg dosage. If you find it isn't working after 3 attempts and you haven't had any side-effects we suggest using the 60mg dose. Please be mindful that there is more likely to be side-effects with the stronger medication.
Alternatives to the anti-PE tablet
- Other treatments may be available to use on their own or with our tablets
- Certain condoms have a benzocaine lubricant within the condom; this can help to control orgasms. Benzocaine works as a local anaesthetic which weakens sensation.
- Using local anaesthetic ointments or gels can lower sensation in the penis and lessen feelings of arousal. Using these can help to prolong intercourse and ejaculation period.
- Counselling may work, as can adopting cognitive behavioural techniques
Behavioural techniques work to lessen stimulation during intercourse and prevent early ejaculation. One of the best methods is using the squeezing technique, where you squeeze the end of the penis gently when you feel you are about to ejaculate. This method works to lessen sexual urges so that you can continue to have sex. Another popular technique is the stop and start method; when feelings of orgasm begin you stop stimulating the penis. Again, this method can prolong the period of sexual intercourse. It is beneficial to practice these methods during masturbation periods and then try them whilst having sex. It could take a while before seeing any improvement, but maintaining use of these techniques during sexual intercourse and masturbation can lead to a higher level of ejaculation control.
Premature ejaculation can be caused by mental or emotional issues, therefore counselling may be very helpful.
Counselling and cognitive behavioural methods can be recommended by the NHS. There are counselling organisations such as Relate who deal with relationship and sexual problems and can refer you to a sexual therapist if this is deemed appropriate.
Telling your GP
If you are taking any medication at all you must inform your GP of this. Part of our online medical assessment includes finding out your GP's name and full contact details. We won't get in touch with your GP about treatment without your permission.