Generic Priligy (Dapoxetine) is the first oral prescription medication specifically approved for the treatment of premature ejaculation (PE). Perfect for men who want to last longer before ejaculation and to control the timing of ejaculation.
This medication contains 60mg of dapoxetine, the active ingredient in the standard dosage (60mg).
Generic Priligy should taken as required an hour or so before sex, rather than being taken every day. Generic Priligy works fast and is quickly eliminated from the body.
This medication begins to work within an hour of ingestion and lasts for up to 5 hours.
Generic Priligy can be taken as often as once daily. Exceeding the recommended daily dosage increases the risk of possible side effects.
NAME OF MEDICATION
Dapoxetine HCl – commonly known as Generic Priligy
DESCRIPTION OF MEDICATION
Green blue-coloured round-shaped tablet
EFFECT OF MEDICATION
Generic Priligy is used to increase control over ejaculation and to extend the time before reaching ejaculation in men.
Generic Priligy works by increasing the levels of the natural chemical, serotonin, in the brain. Increased serotonin levels may extend the time before ejaculation by slowing the pathways in the body that are associated with premature ejaculation (PE).
Generic Priligy is a treatment and not a cure for PE.
Generic Priligy does not protect you or your partner from sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV.
Generic Priligy does not increase your sex drive and will only work if you are sexually stimulated.
HOW TO TAKE GENERIC PRILIGY
Generic Priligy should be taken as directed. For best results, take dosage orally about 1 hour before you intend having sex. Take Generic Priligy with a large glass of water, with or without food. For best results, avoid taking after a large meal.
Generic Priligy should not be taken with alcohol. Taking Generic Priligy with alcohol can increase the chances of fainting and other side effects associated with drinking alcohol.
Avoid using Generic Priligy with recreational drugs containing Butyl or Amyl Nitrates (poppers).
After taking Generic Priligy, drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration.
Generic Priligy is classed as a short-acting selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) drug.
The maximum recommended daily dosage for Generic Priligy is one tablet per day. Exceeding that dosage increases the risk of possible side effects.
If you have accidentally taken too much Generic Priligy or feel that you have overdosed, seek medical advice.
Keep medications in a cool, dry place where the temperature is between 15- 30 degrees C. Heat and damp can damage some medications.
Keep medications where children cannot reach them.
For the safest results, do not mix Generic Priligy with alcohol and avoid using Generic Priligy with recreational drugs containing Butyl or Amyl Nitrates (poppers).
Do not take Generic Priligy if you are allergic to any medication containing Dapoxetine.
Do not take Generic Priligy if you have heart problems, such as heart failure or problems with heart rhythm.
Do not take Generic Priligy if you have moderate to severe liver or kidney problems.
Generic Priligy is not recommended if you are over the age of 65 years or under the age of 18 years because no studies have been done to establish the effectiveness or safety of Generic Priligy for these groups.
Do not take Generic Priligy if you suffer from a heart condition or blood vessel problems severe enough to make sexual activity a danger. Also, use Generic Priligy cautiously if you have a bleeding disorder, a history of dizziness from low blood pressure, depression, a psychiatric disease such as schizophrenia, a history of mania or bipolar disorder, a history of seizures (fits) or uncontrolled epilepsy.
Do not take Generic Priligy if you have developed any cardiac symptoms such as nausea, or chest pains during recent sexual activity. Should these symptoms develop after taking Generic Priligy, stop sexual activities immediately and seek medical advice.
Use Generic Priligy with caution if you have either high or low blood pressure or unstable angina.
Use Generic Priligy with caution if you are taking any medication to thin your blood including Warfarin (Coumadin, Marevan) or medicines that can cause bleeding, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines like Ibuprofen (Nurofen) and Aspirin (Disprin).
Use Generic Priligy with caution if you are taking medication for a fungal infection such as Ketoconazole (Nizoral), Itraconazole (Sporanox) and fluconazole (Diflucan).
Use Generic Priligy with caution if you are taking medications for HIV including Ritonavir, (Norvair), Saquinavir (Invirase), Nelfinavir (Viracept) and Atazanavir (Reyataz).
Use Generic Priligy with caution if you are using medication for treating high blood pressure and chest pain (angina), enlarged prostate and erectile dysfunction (ED) medication as both medications can cause a drop in blood pressure upon standing.
Use Generic Priligy with caution if you are taking antibiotics to treat infection.
Combining Generic Priligy with any of these drugs can cause a sudden drop in blood pressure and can seriously affect your health.
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS
These are some side effects that could be experienced after taking. If you experience any of the following symptoms, stop taking Generic Priligy immediately and seek medical advice.
POSSIBLE SERIOUS SIDE EFFECTS:
- Allergic reaction (closing of throat or swelling of tongue)
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
LESS SERIOUS SIDE EFFECTS:
- Nasal congestion
- Increased blood pressure
- Diarrhoea, abdominal pain, dry mouth, vomiting, intestinal gas, constipation, bloating, nausea or indigestion
- Loss of hearing or ringing in ears
- Blurred vision
- Excessive sweating
- Fatigue, sleepiness and yawning, difficulty paying attention and irritability
- Erectile dysfunction
- Difficulty sleeping
- Anxiety, nervousness, decreased sexual desire, depression, indifference
- Abnormal dreams
If you experience sudden dizziness or blurred vision after taking Generic Priligy, do not drive a motor vehicle or operate heavy machinery.
REDUCING THE CHANCE OF SIDE EFFECTS
Take Generic Priligy with a large glass of water
Do not take Generic Priligy if you are dehydrated. Dehydration is more likely to occur if:
- You have not had anything to drink in the past 4 to 6 hours
- You have been sweating for a long time
- You have an illness with a high fever, diarrhoea or vomiting
- You feel faint, sick, dizzy, light-headed, confused, sweaty or are experiencing an abnormal heart beat.
Do not stand up quickly after sitting or lying down for a long time.
If you begin to feel dizzy, light-headed, sweaty, shaky, clammy, nauseous or unwell, lie down so that you don’t injure yourself falling should you faint.