Dapoxetine is a drug developed for premature ejaculation treatment. It’s effect is based on increasing serotonin level in human brain. The medicine is absorbed and eliminated quickly. It starts to work in about an hour and prolongs sexual intercourse from 10 minutes up to 8 hours which depends on your needs and PE intensity.The result is visible immediately or after one week of drug usage.
Premature ejaculation pills are recommended for men from 18 to 64 years old. Dapoxetine has effect on about 75% of men. It is better to consult a doctor to choose the right dosage and to prevent possible side effects. Usually men start from 30-60 mg pills of Dapoxetinewhich is produced in 30mg, 60mg and 90mg dosages.
Finally any man taking premature ejaculation pills starts to control his sexual activity and becomes more self-confident.
Dapoxetine properties and action
This drug was the first one created specifically to combat premature ejaculation in men. Although doctors recommend this medication for men aged 18 to 64 years, its high effectiveness in other age groups is proven. Dapoxetine properties and action are based on the ability of the drug to influence the level of serotonin in the human brain. Thanks to this, the medicine not only allows you to control your ejaculation better and get more pleasure from sex, but also acts as an antidepressant, improving your mood. Actually, the opportunity to be finally engaged in full-fledged sex raises the mood itself. Usually, doctors and pharmacists recommend taking Dapoxetine about an hour before the planned sexual intercourse, but you can also do this up to three hours before sex. However, do not take these pills more often than once a day. Dosage is better to choose individually. Normally, tablets of 60 mg suit most men. But, for some patients 30 mg pills will be enough, while others might need an increased dosage of 90 mg or even 120 mg of the drug. In any case, the active substance is absorbed very quickly, and is also removed from the body rapidly. Although the medicine is considered absolutely safe, some patients should better consult a doctor beforehand, in order to avoid unpleasant consequences. In particular, this applies to people with heart disease and hepatitis, as well as to those who take other potent medicines (a list of interactions is found in the instruction for the drug). Side effects are rare, but sometimes include insomnia, headache, dizziness, dry mouth, nausea and diarrhea.