Priligy is a highly effective medication that should be taken by grown-up men (age 18 to 64) who have an established diagnosis of premature ejaculation (PE). Multiple research data show that one out of three men experiences premature ejaculation relatively often, which makes premature ejaculation one of the most frequent sexual complaints.

Priligy must only be taken by patients who have some of the following indications:

  • If a man struggles to perform intravaginal intercourse that lasts 1-2 minutes or less.
  • Ejaculation happens after sexual stimulation too early (for example, a short time after penetration and before the involved parties would like).
  • If a patient experiences persisting emotional issues or/and problems in the relationship with a sexual partner as a result of sex quality performance due to premature ejaculation.
  • Lack of natural control over sex performance, i.e. ejaculation.
  • PE is a repetitive pattern in intercourses over a period of half of a year or longer.

How to take Priligy?

Priligy must not be used without prescription for ejaculation delay by men who do not have an established PE diagnosis.

Priligy comes in a form of 30 and 60 mg tablets. A standard starting dose of Priligy is 30 mg. If 30mg dosage is insufficient, it can be increased to 60 mg.

The first dosage should never accede 30 mg! The medication must not be taken more frequently more than every 24 hours.

The medication should be taken 1 to 3 hours before intercourse. The effect wears out 1 or 2 hours after.

Priligy should be taken strictly upon request prior to anticipated sexual interaction.

What do you need to know before taking Priligy?

Contraindications to Priligy include:

Chronic cardiovascular conditions, a significant valvular or ischemic heart condition, psychotic illnesses such as bipolar disease, a history of syncope, conduction abnormalities or raised intraocular pressure are the main contradiction for Priligy treatment.

Combination of Priligy with some medications can be potentially dangerous. If you are taking any of these medications, please consult your medical advisor before taking Priligy. Check the patient’s leaflet for more details.

Priligy must not be used together with ethanol (alcohol).

Undesirable effects

Side effects can include flushing, blurred vision, mydriasis, dizziness, headache, anxiety, depression, apathy, feeling jittery, fatigue, irritability. If one or several of these symptoms continue please let your medical advisor know so they may change your treatment prescription.

Why buying Priligy online is a good idea?

Online pharmacy is an easy, safe, and discreet way to order medication. When placing your order at our online pharmacy, we may ask you to fill in a brief medical questionnaire. One of our specialists will review your order to approve the best available medication in the shortest time.

If you have any questions, please contact our online support team. We offer the genuine medication at highly competitive rates.

There is no risk involved in online purchasing if you follow the safety guidelines. Please read the leaflet and ask our medical consultants for help if you have any questions.