Priligy is the only FDA-approved medication for the treatment of premature ejaculation in men aged 18 – 64.

Active ingredient: dapoxetine. By placing an order, you acknowledge that you are familiar with this active substance and know how to take it correctly.


Priligy is commonly advised for men whose intravaginal latency time is less than 2 minutes or for those who ejaculate even before vaginal penetration.

The drug belongs to the class of SSRIs and helps to slow down the transition of the nerve impulses from the genitals to the brain and vice versa, thus delaying the onset of sperm emission. The results of different studies claim that Priligy can increase the duration of sexual intercourse in men with PE several times.

Dosage and administration

Priligy is available in 30mg and 60mg dosage strengths. It is advised to start the drug intake with 30mg about an hour prior to anticipated sexual intercourse. The tablet should be taken orally and washed down with a full glass of water. This medication is not intended for daily use, yet if there’s such a need, a man can take another dose not sooner than in 24 hours after the previous one. The effect of the dug commonly lasts for about 6 hours.

Based on the response and tolerance to the drug, the dosing regimen can be increased to 60mg for as-needed intake. After six doses of the drug are taken, you should turn to your healthcare provider to evaluate the potential benefits and risks of further treatment with Priligy. 24 weeks is a maximum period that has been studied as to the drug’s safety.

Interaction with other drugs

Concomitant intake of Priligy with the following medications is considered to be not safe:

  • Antidepressants;
  • Antipsychotics;
  • Monoamine oxidase inhibitors;
  • Antiretrovirals;
  • Oral azole antifungals;
  • Serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors;
  • SSRIs;
  • Some herbal products including St. John’s Wort.

If there’s a need to use any of the listed drugs, make sure that 7 days have passed since you’ve taken Priligy. 14 days should pass after you last administered the drugs from the list above to be able to take Priligy safely.

Intake with caution

It is obligatory to tell your attending doctor if you suffer or have suffered any of the health problems listed below:

  • Orthostatic hypotension;
  • Erectile dysfunction or any other type of male sexual health issues;
  • Mania, depression or anxiety in medical history;
  • Suicidal thoughts;
  • Suicide attempts;
  • Structural cardiovascular disease;
  • Heart disease;
  • Cases of syncope in medical history.

The use of recreational drugs or alcohol is not advised to patients taking Priligy because of the high risks for side effects. Don’t drive or operate any machinery until you know your reaction to this medication.


Priligy is not allowed to be applied in patients with:

  • Liver disease of moderate and high severity;
  • An allergy to dapoxetine;
  • Lactose intolerance;
  • Severe mania or depression in medical history;
  • Syncope in anamnesis;
  • Serious heart pathologies.

Priligy should never be used by women, children or men who are not diagnosed with PE.

Side effects

Priligy can induce the following unwanted reactions:

  • Nausea;
  • Headache;
  • Dizziness;
  • Diarrhea;
  • Fatigue;
  • Trouble sleeping.

Among other common side effects of the drug are restlessness, tremor, low libido, flushing, flatulence, dry mouth, and others. In case any unwanted reactions appear, contact your GP for a consultation. Severe side effects demand emergency medical help.


It is not advised to take more than one pill of Priligy per day to avoid overdose. Yet, if such a situation takes place, go to the nearest medical center. Common overdose symptoms are nausea, vomiting, dizziness, agitation, racing heartbeat. There’s no specific treatment for Priligy overdose so symptomatic therapy should be applied.

Missed dose

Priligy is not intended for use on a daily basis. Therefore, it is impossible to miss a dose.


Store the drug at 20 – 25°C in a dry place away from direct sunlight. Neither children nor pets should have access to the drug.


Dapoxetine induces no toxic effects on the human organism if taken as prescribed.


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