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Premature ejaculation is anything but a rare phenomenon. Just over 30 percent of men suffer from this problem – which makes premature ejaculation the most common sexual disorder in men. Ejaculatio praecox is especially common in younger men. Due to the negative psychological consequences and the resulting avoidant behavior, this problem endangers the sexual life and often even the relationship.

Treatment of premature ejaculation is possible

Sexual problems and disorders are a taboo subject in today's society and in many partnerships. This also applies and especially to premature ejaculation. But it is easy to treat. Depending on the exact cause, there is usually a combination of different treatment options.

In addition to non-medical treatments, there are also drug alternatives. Dapoxetine, discovered by chance as a side effect of antidepressant drugs, can be an effective treatment for premature ejaculation. Since 2009, dapoxetine, better known as Priligy, has been prescribed and used as an approved ejaculatio praecox drug.

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Delayed ejaculation due to serotonin

To better understand the mechanism of action of dapoxetine (Priligy) for premature ejaculation, we must first take a look at serotonin. Male orgasm and ejaculation is a complex biological process that involves almost the entire body. A neurological and biochemical exchange takes place between the brain, nervous system, spinal cord, muscle groups and genital area. It is all regulated by neurotransmitters. These messenger topics signal to each area what to do.

Sex, for example, is perceived as a happiness-creating factor because dopamine activates the reward center in the brain. Another happiness hormone, serotonin, is responsible for the feeling of joy, among other things. Because longer intercourse means more pleasure, serotonin delays ejaculation.

The reason for this is that serotonin is first released in the brain at the end head of the nerve cell and then passes on to the cell itself. There, it attaches to certain receptors and indicates that it stimulates the next cell. It is then transported back and gives no new impulse.

How do dapoxetine pills to last longer in bed work?

The delaying effect of serotonin on ejaculation is the starting point for dapoxetine. It blocks the reverse transport of serotonin in the cell. The level of free serotonin increases and it can send its signals accordingly. This encourages the body to maintain the feeling of pleasure longer. Orgasm and ejaculation are delayed.

Due to this mechanism of action, dapoxetine is one of the so-called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs. These drugs are actually used to treat depression, as serotonin deficiency is also a major cause of depression. Dapoxetine is in principle a modern antidepressant, but it has a much more short-term effect and thus enables the treatment of premature ejaculation.

Premature ejaculation pills dapoxetine are effective

In fact, the delaying effect of SSRIs on ejaculation has been known for many years. For example, some men took the SSRI drug fluoxetine before intercourse. This was often done in combination with lidocaine, a local anesthetic that is applied thinly to the tip of the penis. This reduces the sensitivity of the penis. Lidocaine can also be used alone.

However, the effect and side effects of this combination are all too often not very satisfactory. In particular, the side effects of an antidepressant drug should be considered. Dapoxetine is much better tolerated in this regard. If it is taken one to three hours before intercourse and no more than one tablet per day, you can expect little or no side effects.

Another benefit of dapoxetine is that it can be taken independently of meals. High-fat meals do not delay the effect. This is a problem with the active ingredient sildenafil, which is included in Viagra for example. However, dapoxetine should not be taken without hesitation either. For example, if you are taking another antidepressant, do not take dapoxetine either. Interactions can also occur with other drugs, especially those that alter the serotonin balance.

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Is Dapoxetine really so promising?

Premature ejaculation can be treated well, but it takes a lot of effort to succeed in the long run. Training methods, psychotherapeutic measures and other techniques are time consuming to learn and not always successful. In addition, not all affected people have the will or the necessary will to go through such treatment. The thought of just taking a tablet to get rid of the problem is very tempting.

The premature ejaculation pills with Dapoxetine have been on the market for many years and seem to really give the desired success. In an Austrian study, it was noted that in more than 70 percent of the affected men, the time between penetration and ejaculation increased threefold with dapoxetine. In some cases, the time was extended from 20 seconds to just over five minutes – a huge difference for those affected.

However, it must also be mentioned that another study showed that many subjects discontinued dapoxetine treatment. It remains to be seen how dapoxetine can really solve the problem of premature ejaculation for a large number of sufferers.

But the visibility of this drug can certainly contribute to the problem of premature ejaculation becoming less taboo and that a more open discussion about it can take place. Viagra, Cialis and brand Levitra have had a decisive influence on the open discussion on erectile dysfunction at present; dapoxetine could do the same for ejaculatio praecox.

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