Before you start taking Priligy, you should tell your doctor if you have not been diagnosed with premature ejaculation or if you use recreational drugs such as ecstasy, LSD, opiates and benzodiazepines. In particular, tell your doctor if you have or have had medical conditions such as history of dizziness from low blood pressure, heart problems and blood vessels, bleeding tendencies, depression, psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, history of mania, convulsions, or severe liver or kidney problems. Avoid drinking alcohol while taking this medication. You should also tell your doctor if you take other medicines, including medicines you can buy without a prescription in a pharmacy, supermarket or health food shop. Do not drive or operate machinery while taking Priligy until you know how this affects youDr. Warrick White is on New Zealand and Australia Advisory Board for Janssen-Cilag. Imitation is not approved of dapoxetine have been sold. As with any prescription medication, patients should buy Priligy only from a pharmacy registered NZ. Patients should be especially cautious of internet pharmacies, as many of them have no license.
PE is a painful condition that may be present from the first sexual encounter or can develop later in life for a number of reasons. Nearly 1 in 4 men with PE reported significant levels.
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Priligy is a drug used to treat men aged between 18 and 64 years, with frequent premature ejaculation , which disturbs man and affects the relationship with her sexual partner. PE is a common disorder in which sexual ejaculation occurs with minimal sexual stimulation before, during or shortly after penetration and before the man she wants. It is available as 30 mg and 60 mg.
Side effects associated with the use of Priligy include nausea, dizziness, abdominal pain, sleep disturbances, unusual and nasal congestion. Serious side effects include fainting and allergy such as rash, itching or skin, shortness of breath, wheezing or difficulty breathing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue or other parts of the body.
Always follow your doctor’s instructions. If symptoms persist or you have side effects see your health care physician, pharmacist or health care professional. For more information, refer to medical information for consumers, which is available on the website of the Ministry of Health:.
Dr. Warrick White, general practitioner who specializes in sexual health of men in Auckland, said: Despite up to 20-24 percent of men over 24 years experience PE at some point in their lives, the social stigma linked the condition can cause people to be embarrassed and reluctant to talk to a doctor about ways to improve their condition.
Priligy is included in the program of intensive monitoring of the drug. Priligy is a registered trademark of Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical for tablets dapoxetine.
Janssen-Cilag announced that Priligy is now approved and available for use in New Zealand for the treatment of in men 18-64 years.
Priligy will be available in New Zealand since mid-February 2010. Priligy is only available on prescription. Patients must pay for Priligy, because it is funded by the government. People who think they have PE should consult your doctor for advice
PE is the common condition of men in the medical field, but rarely speaks.
However, it is widespread and could affect the quality of life of about 250,000 men in New Zealand and their partners.