Priligy Ireland (generic name: Dapoxetine) is used to treat premature ejaculation (PE) in adult men aged 18 to 64 years.
Priligy Ireland should only be prescribed to patients who meet all of the criteria listed below.
Repeated or persistent ejaculation with minimal sexual stimulation before, after, or shortly after insertion, as well as before the patient actually desires it;
Less than 2 minutes of vaginal ejaculation latency (IELT)
poor ejaculation control;
personal distress or interpersonal difficulties due to premature ejaculation;
History of previous ejaculation in the last 6 months the most sexual intercourse attempts.
Priligy Ireland may only be ordered prior to anticipated sexual activity. Priligy should not be prescribed to delay ejaculation in men who do not actually have premature ejaculation.
Adult male (18-64 years)
The recommended starting dose for all types of patients is 30 mg, taken 1-3 hours before sexual intercourse if necessary. Priligy Ireland treatment should not be initiated at a dose of 60 mg. Priligy is not recommended for continuous daily use. You should only have privilege if sexual activity is expected. Priligy should not be exceeded once every 24 hours. If the patient’s response to the 30 mg dose is inadequate and the patient does not experience severe or moderate adverse reactions or prognostic symptoms of syncope, the dose may be increased to the recommended dose of 60 mg and should be taken as necessary. . About 1 to 3 hours before the expected sexual activity. At a dose of 60 mg, the severity and frequency of side effects increase. If a patient develops an orthostatic reaction at the initial dose, the dose should not be increased to 60 mg.
Seniors (over 65)
- The safety and efficacy of Priligy Ireland in patients over 65 years of age have not been fully established.
- Priligy Ireland oral tablets should be swallowed whole to prevent bitterness with at least one glass of water. Priligy can be taken with or without food.
Men without premature ejaculation are prohibited from using prescriptions. There is a lack of established safety and data on the effects of delayed ejaculation in men who do not suffer from premature ejaculation.
Before treatment, patients with other types of sexual dysfunction (such as erectile dysfunction) should be examined by a doctor. Priligy Ireland is not approved for men with erectile dysfunction (ED) who are taking PDE5 inhibitors.
Before starting treatment, your doctor should perform a careful medical examination and a history of orthostatic events. Orthostatic tests (ie heart rate, blood pressure, standing and lying down) should be performed before starting treatment. If an orthostatic history or orthostatic reaction is suspected, Priligy is not suitable for treatment.
Patients should avoid situations that could result in injury (such as driving or operating heavy, dangerous machinery) if they experience fainting or prodromal symptoms (such as dizziness or lightheadedness). Patients treated with Priligy Ireland may experience certain prodromal symptoms such as drowsiness / dizziness, nausea and sweating.
Patients with structural cardiovascular disease (eg, valvular heart disease, documented efflux occlusion, coronary artery disease, and carotid artery stenosis) are at increased risk of cardiovascular adverse events due to syncope.
Priligy is not allowed on women’s prescriptions. Animal studies do not indicate direct or indirect harmful effects with respect to fertility, pregnancy and / or embryonal / fetal development. It has not been established whether dapoxetine and its metabolites can be excreted in human milk. Therefore, Priligy is not recommended in pregnant or breast-feeding women to avoid adverse effects.
Monitor changes in your health during treatment with Priligy Ireland. May cause certain allergic reactions and side effects. Call your doctor right away if you have any of the following:
- anxiety, agitation, insomnia, restlessness, abnormal dreams, decreased libido;
- attention deficit, tremor, somnolence;
- blurred vision, tinnitus, flushing, sinus congestion, yawning;
- diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, abdominal pain, indigestion, stomach discomfort, epigastric pain, dry mouth;
Increases blood pressure, fatigue, irritability.