Priligy is a medicine used to treat premature ejaculation for men (PE).
Priligy comes as 30mg and 60mg tablets. Standard dose is 30mg but if that is not effective, you can try 60mg on your next order.
One Priligy tablet should be taken whole with a glass of water at least one hour before sexual intercourse. You can take Priligy with or without food. You can only take Priligy once a day.
In clinical trials, Priligy was shown to extend sexual performance time by 200%-300%.
Side effects can include:
Speak to your doctor before taking Priligy if:
If your erectile dysfunction is situational, for example, you still have an early morning erection, then psychosexual therapy may be helpful. You can access registered therapists on www.counselling-directory.org.uk Alternatively, call or email us here and we can arrange a referral.
For further information on treatments for erectile dysfunction, including complementary treatments such as kegel exercises (which strengthen the muscles in the pelvic floor and can be helpful for patients with ED) please see the NHS website: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Erectile-dysfunction/Pages/Treatment.asp
Please click HERE to download the patient information leaflet.
Premature ejaculation is when a man ejaculates early during intercourse , typically less than 2 minutes after penetration. Average male latency time is 7 minutes.
Premature ejaculation affects around 30-40% of men in the UK. It can be cause by prostate problems or urinary tract infections; the main cause is often psychological. PE can cause distress and relationship problems and can impact the emotional well- being and health of sufferers.
Men who last up to 2 minutes have been shown in clinical trials to have their ejaculatory latency time increase by 200-300%.
For men who last between 2 and 7 minutes, Priligy may still be effective but clinical trials have not been done on this category of patient. You can still try Priligy but clinical effectiveness has not yet been proven for these patients.
Patients who last longer than 7 minutes are not considered to have a PE problem.
NO. Priligy and Viagra interact with each other and must not be taken at the same time. Both Priligy and Viagra cause low blood pressure which can lead to fainting, dizziness and collapses.
Taking Priligy with alcohol can cause side effects such as feeling dizzy, sleepy or having slow reactions. It is NOT recommended to take Priligy with alcohol as it may increase your risk of fainting or other side effects.
They work in different ways;
Priligy affects the levels of a neurotransmitter in the body called serotonin; PE is thought to be linked to the reabsorption of serotonin happening too quickly during ejaculation. Priligy is known as a ‘selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor’ (SSRI) and prevents the serotonin being reabsorbed as quickly during ejaculation. SSRIs are also a category of medicine used in the treatment of depression however the difference with Priligy is that it is fast acting and leaves the body relatively quickly giving the body a fast burst of serotonin (unlike traditional SSRI medicines used to treat depression which act at lower doses over longer periods of time).
Viagra and other medicines for erectile dysfunction work by acting on a chemical in the body called phosphodiesterase type 5. This relaxes blood vessels and improves the flow of blood to the penis. Following sexual stimulation, Viagra will help to maintain an erection.
At Men’s Pharmacy we offer a free online consultation with a practising NHS GP. The consultation takes just a few minutes and we ask the things we need to know to enable to safely prescribe you the medicine.
We ask that you provide full details of your medical condition also request that you always review the patient information leaflet before use. You can find details of the medication leaflets on our website and they are also posted to you with your medication.
If you would like to ask any questions about the medicine or to discuss your condition, please contact us in the pharmacy on 0161 707 6800 or email [email protected] You can also email our prescribers on [email protected]
If we are not able to prescribe you the medicine you have requested, we will counsel you accordingly and of course provide a full and immediate refund.
Our process is quick, easy, and completely discreet.
We offer FREE 1st class delivery by Royal Mail on all orders. There is no minimum order value. We will send anything you order 1st class for free.
Royal Mail aim to deliver 98% of all 1st class items the next day. So in most cases you will receive your order the next day.
If you want to be even more sure that you will get your item the next day you can order Royal Mail Next day Special Delivery for an additional £5.95. Royal Mail guarantee that you will receive the item before 1pm the next day (Monday to Friday) or they will refund the delivery charge. If your item is not received by 1pm we will refund you the delivery cost and claim on your behalf from Royal Mail.
Our delivery cut off is 3:45pm and all orders made before 3:45pm will be sent on the same day for next day delivery.
We are not able to dispense items until a valid prescription has been issued by our prescriber. If there are any issues with your medical information we can’t guarantee to meet the 4pm cut off time.
We are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. Orders made after the Friday cutoff will be dispensed on Monday.