There are a lot of misconceptions and misunderstandings about premature ejaculation (PE), and many men find it embarrassing to even talk about. But in fact, this is a pretty common problem affecting 20-40% of the world population. In Singapore, Priligy (Dapoxeitine) is the best prescription treatment for PE.
If you are not ready for Priligy or prescription medications, there are natural ways to increase your sex time and stamina.
But if you have been thinking about taking Priligy for a long time, here are the facts about Priligy and where you can buy it in Singapore.
What is premature ejaculation?
Healthy sex is a very important part of your loving relationship, and your concern about all aspects is genuine.
By definition, premature ejaculation is when occurs in less than one minute of vaginal penetration or inability to delay ejaculation after vaginal penetration and is accompanied by negative personal experiences such as frustration, distress, or avoidance of sexual intimacy.
The duration may vary from person to person. It also depends on several other factors. If you are psychologically stressed or depressed, it might affect your ability to enjoy healthy sexual intercourse.
Pharmacological studies revealed that it is due to decreased serotonin neurotransmission at nerve pathways that control ejaculation.
How Priligy (Dapoxetine) works?
Priligy is FDA-approved drug that has been successfully used to treat premature ejaculation and related problems. It contains Dapoxetine as an active ingredient that works to increase serotonin activity in the nervous pathways.
It belongs to the short-acting selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) group of drugs, and it used “on-demand” to delay ejaculation
Priligy is specifically designed for men above 18 years of age who have the problem of premature ejaculation. You take one tablet 1-2 hours prior to sexual activity, and it helps you enjoy longer before you reach climax orgasm.
Myth 1: Priligy causes fainting
Most people taking Priligy do not suffer from any side effects at all. You may feel lightheadedness, dizziness, or headache. This occurred only in 2-3% of the cases, according to the studies. No case of syncope or fainting was reported.
But it is generally advised that you keep yourself hydrated and beware of signs such as headache or vertigo. If you are feeling these symptoms, you may consider starting at a lower dose.
Myth 2: Priligy is totally unsafe in heart problems
Dapoxetine (Priligy) has certain effects on blood pressure, and in trials, some cases also have been reported, but upon broad analysis, it was declared generally safe. In therapeutic doses, 30 mg or 60 mg Dapoxetine was safe and well-tolerated in patients with cardiac diseases.
If you are very concerned, consult your doctor about dosage and effects.
Myth 3: Priligy causes depression or psychiatric problems
Priligy (Dapoxetine) is specifically designed for short-acting medicine for increasing serotonin activity in the brain, which helps in premature ejaculation. It does not cause mental health problems like depression.
SSRIs in general have been known to increase the risk of self-harming behaviour in people younger than 21 years old.
Still, it is assuring that from the clinical trials, there were no reports of such side effects when Priligy was used by men above 24 years old.
However, if you do have a pre-existing anxiety or mood disorders, it is advisable to discuss with your doctor before taking Priligy.
Myth 4: Priligy is addictive and you will become dependent
Unlike medications that contain opioids like pain-killers and cough medication, taking Priligy will not make you dependent on it.
The study has suggested that after discontinuation, no withdrawal syndrome was noted compared to other SSRI medications.
Minor side effects noted were yawning, headache, and dizziness in very few people, which were well tolerated.
Myth 5: You can die from taking Priligy
Priligy has a good overall safety record. There have been incidents where users had to stop taking the medication due to side effects. But rarely were there any casualties.
Still, buying Priligy from non-legitimate sources such as online pharmacies can put your health at risk. Medications from unregulated suppliers may be laced with contaminants, which may result in death.
Therefore, as much as Priligy is a safe medication, be sure you are obtaining it from a doctor or pharmacy with the required licensing.
Where to buy Priligy in Singapore without visiting a clinic?
Thankfully, doctors have been more willing to explore new ways to serve the rising demand for men’s related conditions.
The sensitive nature of premature ejaculation demands not just any telemedicine service, but one that knows about respect, convenience and discretion.
Sire is a men’s health direct-to-consumer service based in Singapore that specializes in bringing treatments like Priligy and Viagra to your doorstep.
The experience is catered to protecting the customer’s dignity, yet providing a legitimate service that is based in Singapore.
Obtaining prescription-only medication is now possible in 3 simple steps: Survey, Consult, Delivery.
The survey and consultation can be done in the comfort of your home. The virtual consultation is done via WhatsApp, so no need to download additional apps.
Sire helps cut out the mundane aspects of going to a brick and mortar clinic to get a prescription. You can also opt for a monthly subscription that refills your medication regularly. This way, you never need to worry about a disappointing night.
If you are looking for a trusted home-based men’s healthcare provider in Singapore, visit our website and begin your journey today.