It increases the activity of serotonin (a neurotransmitter between nerve cells), which translates into prolonging or delaying an ejaculation.
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Medical Director of Andrology, Urology & Continence Centre at Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore and Founding President of the Society for Men’s Health (Singapore)
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No, there is no cure for premature ejaculation (PE). However, treatment options such as medication, topical anaesthetic, behavioural techniques and therapy can help you prolong your endurance and delay ejaculation over time. It is important to be patient and give yourself time to find the right treatment or combination of treatments that is most effective for you.
While premature ejaculation (PE) medication is effective for most men, some may experience more successful responses than others. Some may have immediate results, but for many it may take some time before noticing results. However, it has been scientifically proven that SSRIs such as Priligy are clinically effective and safe for use as on-demand PE treatment.
All medication has potential side effects, however you may or may not experience them. The common side effects of Priligy (Dapoxetine) include dizziness, light-headedness, headache and nausea. If you experience symptoms of a drug allergy which can include swollen face, breathing difficulties or hives, seek immediate medical attention.
Always consult a doctor before taking medication for premature ejaculation (PE). Consult your doctor if you experience side effects that do not go away or bother you.
Priligy (Dapoxetine) is the prescribed treatment for premature ejaculation (PE) in Singapore. Priligy is an oral medication that belongs to a class of medicines known as Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs). While these medicines are used in the treatment of anxiety and depression, as a treatment for PE, Priligy also works to boost serotonin levels in the body which causes a delayed reaction in the areas of the brain that control ejaculation, prolonging the time taken to reach orgasm. Priligy requires a prescription and is taken orally one to three hours before sexual activity.
Topical gels and creams may help to reduce sensitivity of the penis in order to prolong your endurance before reaching climax, however, using these may not be the most ideal option for everyone as it may also affect your partner during sex, and could possibly lead to loss of erection.
Behavioural modifications and using a condom during sex may also help you to delay ejaculation. Behavioural modifications such as the “start-stop” technique and “squeezing” technique are two methods that can be practiced during sexual activity or masturbation, which can help to improve control of ejaculation over time. A condom can help with PE by reducing sensitivity of the penis.
Therapy and counselling may also help with PE if your cause of PE is psychological, or even as an added support for the frustration that you may be experiencing with PE.
Consult your health provider before taking any medication for PE in case of drug interactions. It is important to read all safety information of prescribed drugs before you start Priligy and speak to your doctor through our platform if you experience any side effects that don’t go away or bother you.
There can be many causes for premature ejaculation (PE), which can include both psychological and physiological reasons. Chemical imbalances in the areas of the brain responsible for controlling ejaculation can cause you to reach orgasm with less stimulation, resulting in PE. Performance anxiety is also a common cause of PE. This can arise from your own personal fears or worries surrounding sex, and may make it harder for you to perform to the best of your ability.
There is no defined time that is considered too soon for ejaculation, diagnosing PE can depend on the extent of PE affecting your sex life as a whole. However, signs that indicate PE include ejaculating between 30 seconds to four minutes into penetration, or the low or absent ability to slow down climax during sex (Porst et al., 2007). Often, the frustration that comes along with PE results in stress and intimacy avoidance with your partner.
If you find that any of these signs are a recurring problem for you, consult a doctor who will be able to diagnose and advise you on a suitable treatment for your condition to target the root cause of your PE.
Premature ejaculation (PE) is defined as any instance when a man faces endurance issue during sex, where the man persistently reaches orgasm and ejaculates earlier than desired before, on or after penetration. In other words, PE is when you ejaculate too quickly during sexual activity. There’s no defined time to consider ejaculation as “premature”, but the majority of sources cite a duration under four minutes.