Treating premature ejaculation
Several steps for safe results
Since ancient civilizations and cultures and the long time in bed are a sign of masculinity, many men are looking for the best and easiest ways to last longer in their sexual relationships with their partners. Various measures can be taken during this time to extend this time and reduce the frequency of premature ejaculation.
The compression technique is a treatment for premature ejaculation that mainly depends on the application of pressure on the penis to suppress the desire for ejaculation. It is very important to practice this treatment or technique for a reasonable amount of time before you can fully rely on it, as you need to tighten your penis at the right time, otherwise you will speed up your ejaculation instead of delaying it.
Another treatment for premature ejaculation is speech therapy. Although not as popular as other treatments, it is one of the most effective methods. With this method, you need to get in touch with your psychiatrist to find out the reason for your premature ejaculation. In some cases, the reason for premature ejaculation is the feeling of guilt or fear of being discovered. Therefore, your mind tends to send the signals to your penis to complete them as soon as possible. Your psychiatrist will help you understand your fear, live with it and, most importantly, neglect it.
The main goal of any premature ejaculation treatment is to reduce the frequency of premature ejaculation. You may need to try the different treatments available before you find the one that suits you. Give each treatment enough time before deciding that it won't work for you, as each method takes time to adjust. It is very important that you choose your method carefully to get the results you want.
Premature ejaculation - New drug delays PE up to three times - 6 important points
Dapoxetine, which is marketed as Priligy, is not currently approved for premature ejaculation in the UK, although it is in several European countries including Spain, Sweden, Austria, Italy and Germany. However, it was launched in the UK by Lloyds Pharmacy in April 2010 and is available privately. If you offer it online, you will reach men who are reluctant to contact their family doctor.
1. How it works
Dapoxetine is an SSRI, a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor that effectively increases the amount of serotonin in the brain. It changes the concentration of a chemical in the brain called serotonin and gives people more control.
2. Where to buy
The online medical service of the Lloyds pharmacy is managed in cooperation with the private online medical company DrThom and conducts consultations with patients. This includes filling out a free online questionnaire, which one of your doctors then evaluates. Patients who are considered suitable can then buy Priligy through them and receive the tablets via Royal Mail as a special delivery.
3. How much does it cost?
It is not available in the NHS and can only be obtained privately. A pack of three 30 mg tablets costs A76, and a single oral tablet is taken one to three hours before sexual intercourse.
4. How effective is it?
It triple the time required for ejaculation after penetration and is most effective about one to three hours after ingestion, although some men believe that its effects can last up to 24 hours. Research shows that the oral form of dapoxetine works in about 70% of men.
5. Are there any side effects?
Yes, it can be - the most common side effects are headache, nausea and dizziness and can affect about 10% of men. The risk of fainting is a less common but possibly more serious side effect.
6. If you take it
Taking a pill may seem like a silver bullet, but it also carries risks. There are a number of techniques that men can try out first. These can be effective and have no side effects or costs associated with dapoxetine.
So you have it, dapoxetine (Priligy) is now available in the UK and you now have the information you need before you think about buying it. It is good to know that it is available, but weigh the pros and cons of previous use and make sure that you have exhausted all other non-drug alternatives first.