Worried Young Chinese Man Sitting At Desk Using Laptop At Home

I was concerned whether you would recommend taking drugs such as priligy before sex to control PE, is it safe and whether I should really take its help.


  • Michael Castleman says:

    Priligy is a selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor (SSRI), the most widely prescribed class of anti-depressant, in the same family as Prozac and Paxil. These drugs DO NOT cure premature ejaculation. But they have a side effect of delaying ejaculation, so the drug companies began marketing them as a treatment for PE.

    You’re free to take Priligy if you want to. But it’s costly. You have to keep taking the medication indefinitely. It may cause side effects you don’t want: nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, insomnia, nervousness, reduced libido and erection difficulties. And it doesn’t teach you good, reliable ejaculatory control.

    Fortunately, sex therapists have developed a very effective program that teaches around 90% of men to last as long as they’d like without drugs. My low-cost e-booklet, The Cure for Premature Ejaculation, presents the program and should teach you solid ejaculatory control, either solo or with a partner, in just a few months. I’d urge you to try The Cure before you opt for Priligy.

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