Several methods of curing premature ejaculation are now accessible. They vary in their procedures, duration of treatment, availability and potency.
The most essential inquiry about these products is how effective are they?
I believe the answer can only be sincerely answered by any individual that have tested any of the products. Nevertheless, what the analysis of some treatment procedure can do is to clarify your decision in choosing the appropriate treatment procedure. This is exactly what this study on dapoxetine intends doing.
Medication is one of the several treatment alternatives. Dapoxetine is a generally known medication used in curing premature ejaculation.
What Is Dapoxetine Hydrochloride?
Dapoxetine hydrochloride – often referred to simply as Dapoxetine – is marketed under the name Priligy and it is an SSRI that is geared to help men suffering from premature ejaculation.
SSRIs are a class of drugs that are traditionally used to treat depression and anxiety; Dapoxetine would be the first and only drug with regulatory approval for treating premature ejaculation. Whether or not it is ultimately approved by the FDA remains unclear, though. Doctors have been known to prescribe depression medications for men suffering from premature ejaculation, but Dapoxetine would be the first drug specifically formulated for this purpose.
Does Dapoxetine Work?
Since Dapoxetine is not yet available in the United States, its effectiveness remains unclear. As it continues to undergo the vigorous trials conducted by the FDA, more will be learned about whether it truly is an effective treatment for premature ejaculation. In the meantime, men who wish to treat premature ejaculation should explore other methods of treatment than Dapoxetine hydrochloride.
Additionally, because of the potential adverse side effects, those who have experienced trouble with SSRIs in the past would be wise to steer clear of it altogether. The bottom line is that there is simply no way to gauge the benefits – if any – of Dapoxetine at this early stage.
Possible Side Effects
Those who try a combination of dapoxetine with anything, the effect of dapoxetine will wear off before that of sildenafil or tadalafil. After the tadalafil/dapoxetine pill I took, the dapoxetine effect was gone completely after the first hour and a half. Tadalafil was going strong and not fully dissipated until the next day. If you want to experiment, in all probability this will be a trial and error process of months or even longer, you may be able to calculate the timing to a point during intercourse when you have your erect penis inside her vagina at a point when the a day is wearing off and the tadalafil is still going strong, if so you will be too. That may also be an awful lot of effort, frustration, disappointment, and heartache for both of you as a couple.
If you want to try that, do so, also be prepared for disappointment.
A study by the International Society for Sexual Medicine, ISSM, reports that dapoxetine has a high discontinuation rate. Even in countries where dapoxetine is approved insurance companies don’t often cover it, making it costly. Men get tired of taking it every time they want to have sex; the benefits do not outweigh the problems. Getting the timing right with a woman is difficult; trying to assess when the dapoxetine will wear off and the tadalafil remain active would be of great help, but would require more experimenting and expense than most can afford.
Guys in the United States who intend treating their premature ejaculation might be unfortunate for the meantime. Dapoxetine can’t be gotten legitimately for the meantime because it is still being subjected to FDA’s authorization techniques. Dapoxetine hydrochloride was initially presented for authorization to the FDA in 2004 and no one knows when it would eventually be certified.
Trying to buy Dapoxetine from an overseas country where it has been authorized is not appropriate and it would be costly. The tests being performed in the United States might disclose some disturbing facts. Dapoxetine hydrochloride would not be accessible to clients in the United States unless it is authorized.
Medications without a doubt fall more on the quick-fix approach to treating premature ejaculation. But given all the potential side-effects and other disadvantages, it’s probably wise to look into other treatment approaches before deciding to go with Dapoxetine or other drugs. For what it’s worth, it’s my opinion that there are way better options than drugs.