Treating premature ejaculation with Priligy tablets - Kamagra Online

  • Marvin Applegate
  • 17 Mar 2017
Treating premature ejaculation with Priligy tablets

Do you emit semen sooner than you want to? If yes, then you're most probably suffering from premature ejaculation. An untimely discharge, premature ejaculation is a problem only when it bothers you or your partner. There are many causes of premature ejaculation including stress, depression, anxiety about sexual performance and unresolved relationship issues. Seeking help from doctor or a psychosexual therapist is the first thing you should do to overcome premature ejaculation. In case your doctor or therapist isn't successful in helping you overcome premature ejaculation, there are medications that can help.

Today, a number of medications are available to treat premature ejaculation but only a few of them are effective in treating the condition. If you suffer from premature ejaculation and want to overcome this problem in you then using Priligy tablets is a great way to do that. Containing Dapoxetine as the active ingredient, Priligy UK was initially introduced as an anti-depressant but over time it became one of the most sought after medications for premature ejaculation. This medication is available in three different dose. The lowest dose is 30mg while the highest does is 90mg, prescribed to men with severe premature ejaculation or PE.
To treat premature ejaculation in men, the medication uses the active ingredient Dapoxetine to slow down the serotonin transporter. This increases the effectiveness of the transporter in the postsynaptic cleft which in turn prevents/ delays ejaculation. As it acts fast and effectively treats untimely discharge, Priligy UK is a great way for you to treat your premature ejaculation.


Marvin Applegate

About Marvin Applegate

Although Mr. Applegate has several medical degrees with a doctorate in Urology, he prefers not to prefix his name with or be referred to as doctor. His personal belief in the treatment of men's sexual health is that it needs to be handled with the utmost care and sensitivity and in order to create a better rapport with his patients he chooses to be seen as more of a friend then a clinical, medical professional. Mr. Applegate graduated from Dublin University and decided to specialize in Andrology which focuses specifically on sexual health problems that are unique to the male anatomy. He has since published numerous medical journals as well as two books on men's sexual health and is a greatly respected pioneer within the medical community.