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Pack of Priligy 60mg tablets

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Priligy is a prescription-only treatment for premature ejaculation. It delays ejaculation and can increase sexual satisfaction in men who find that they come too quickly. The effect of Priligy lasts for up to four hours after the tablet has been taken. It can almost double the duration of sexual intercourse and helps men gain better control over when they ejaculate.

You need a prescription to buy Priligy. Use our discreet and convenient service to obtain both your prescription and medication online. When you place your order, you need to fill in a brief online questionnaire. Our doctor will review your information and approve an appropriate treatment.

Priligy 30mg - 3 tablets £28
Priligy 30mg - 6 tablets £50
Priligy 30mg - 12 tablets £90

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How is Priligy taken?

Priligy tablets need to be swallowed whole with a drink of water. You should drink at least one full glass of water when you take a tablet. The tablets can be taken with or without food. The active substance dapoxetine takes about one hour to take effect, so you need to allow time for it to work before having sex. The effect of Priligy will last for up to four hours, therefore you should take Priligy one to three hours before you think you are going to have sex. You shouldn’t drink alcohol during this time period, as alcohol consumption increases your risk of side effects such as dizziness and fainting. Do not take Priligy more than once every 24 hours. 

The usual Priligy dosage is 30mg. If you feel that the standard dosage does not help you, your doctor may be able to increase it to up to 60mg. 

Taking Priligy can affect your ability to concentrate as well as your vision. It can also cause side effects such as dizziness and feeling sleepy. If you experience any of these side effects you must not drive or operate machinery due to the increased risk of accident and injury. You should drink plenty of water during your treatment, as this will help to prevent side effects.

How can I check whether my Priligy is genuine?

Every pack of Priligy is labelled with a unique serial number. The manufacturer Janssen operates a free online tool for patients, which confirms that your medication is genuine. Just type in the serial number printed on the side of the packaging into the tool on the Priligy verification website.

Ingredients

What does each Priligy tablet contain?

Every Priligy tablet contains 30mg to 60mg of the active ingredient dapoxetine (depending on dosage). Additional ingredients include microcrystalline cellulose, croscarmellose sodium, lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate, colloidal anhydrous silica, hypromellose, titanium dioxide (E171), triacetin, iron oxide black (E172) and iron oxide yellow (E172).

Priligy Side Effects

There are some rare, but serious side effects of Priligy. You should seek urgent medical advice if you notice any changes in your mood, including thoughts of harming yourself, or suicide. Rarely, Priligy can cause some people to have fits or seizures. You should consult a doctor immediately if this happens. 

Priligy can cause your blood pressure levels to drop, which might make you feel dizzy or faint. Please stop taking the medication and consult a doctor immediately if you have fits or faints, or feel dizzy on standing up. To avoid this happening, ensure that you drink plenty of water whilst taking the treatment, and do not take Priligy if you may be dehydrated, e.g. following alcohol, or any illness where you have vomiting, diarrhoea, sweating or a fever.

If you feel dizzy or faint, sit or lie down as quickly as you can, and get into a position where your head is lower down than the rest of your body, e.g. sit with your head between your knees until you feel better. You should stop taking the medication and contact a doctor.

Very common Priligy side effects:

  • dizziness
  • nausea
  • headache
Common side effects:

  • anxiety
  • restlessness
  • irritability
  • numbness and “pins and needles”
  • sweating and flushing
  • insomnia and unusual dreams
  • erection problems
  • digestion problems such as diarrhoea, constipation or indigestion
  • feeling and being sick
  • stomach pain or bloating
  • tiredness and feeling sleepy
  • concentration problems
  • blocked nose
  • a rise in blood pressure
  • low libido
  • shaking and trembling
  • vision disturbances such as blurring
  • ringing in the ears
  • dry mouth
Uncommon side effects:

  • changes in mood such as feelings of excitement, nervousness, depression, apathy or paranoia
  • dizziness when standing up or a spinning sensation
  • confusion
  • changes in heart rate
  • difficulty reaching orgasm
  • weakness, fatigue and drowsiness
  • feeling hot or abnormal
  • vision problems, eye pain, dilated pupils
  • rise or drop in blood pressure
  • itchiness
  • cold sweat
  • changes in taste
  • grinding teeth

Rare side effects:

  • feeling dizzy after exertion
  • urgency of bowel action
  • suddenly falling asleep

Drug Interactions

Do not take Priligy if you are taking

  • Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) or any other medications for depression
  • Thioridazine (used to treat schizophrenia and psychoses)
  • Lithium (used to treat bipolar disorder)
  • Linezolid (an antibiotic)
  • Tryptophan (used to treat insomnia)
  • St. John’s Wort
  • The painkiller tramadol
  • Medicines used to treat migraines

If you have recently taken any of these medicines, you need to wait at least 14 days before taking Priligy. If you have recently taken Priligy you must wait at least 7 days before beginning treatment with any of these medications.

Speak to your doctor if you are taking:

  • Medicines for fungal infection such as ketoconazole, fluconazole and itraconazole 
  • Medication used to treat HIV, including nelfinavir, ritonavir, saquinavir, and atazanavir 
  • Certain antibiotics, for example clarithromycin, erythromycin and telithromycin 
  • Nefazodone and other antidepressants or medications for any other mental health problems
  • Non−steroidal anti−inflammatory medicines such as ibuprofen or aspirin
  • Warfarin, or other medications used to thin the blood
  • Medications used to treat erectile dysfunction
  • Medications for an enlarged prostate
  • Medications for high blood pressure or heart conditions
  • Aprepitant − used to treat nausea

You must not take Priligy if you are allergic to any of the ingredients or if you suffer from heart problems such as arrhythmia or heart failure.