Priligy

Priligy tablets (dapoxetine) premature ejaculation treatment available to buy online from Dr Fox pharmacy.

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Premature ejaculation treatmentQuantityCost
Priligy (dapoxetine) 30mg3 tablets£19.50
Priligy (dapoxetine) 30mg6 tablets£37.00
Priligy (dapoxetine) 30mg12 tablets£69.00
Priligy (dapoxetine) 60mg3 tablets£28.00
Priligy (dapoxetine) 60mg6 tablets£49.00
Priligy (dapoxetine) 60mg12 tablets£89.00

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Prescription fees

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Prescriptions are issued by our doctors online and sent electronically to our pharmacy.

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Dr Fox prices are 25%–50% lower than other UK online clinics.

Order valuePrescription fee
up to £10£1.00
up to £20£2.00
up to £40£3.00
over £40£4.00
Comparative costs of Priligy tablets from UK online clinics (28 July 2020) - qualifying notes
*Dr Fox adds a small prescription fee not included in table above.
  1. The prices shown are listed by the online clinics named after a customer first enters consultation information and is offered prescriptions. It is possible these clinics may have special offers or lower prices for repeat supplies.
  2. Prices may change and are, to the best of our knowledge, accurate on the date stated. All products in stock and new condition.
  3. Dr Fox does NOT claim to provide a superior service to any of the online clinics listed. All the clinics listed, as far as we can tell, comply with all regulation and, as far as we can tell, operate to high ethical standards.
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  6. The prices listed in the table do not identify the cost of prescription medicine as online clinics charge a single fee to cover services which includes advice, consultations, prescriptions and dispensing and supply of treatments.
  7. Where services include free delivery this is using the slowest delivery option available. Dr Fox uses Royal Mail Tracked 24.
TreatmentDr FoxIndependent PharmacytonerLloydsSimple Online Pharmacy
Priligy (dapoxetine) 30mg x 3£19.50£26.50£28.00£28.00£21.95
Priligy (dapoxetine) 30mg x 6£37.00£49.96£50.00£52.00£41.95
Priligy (dapoxetine) 60mg x 3£28.00£35.00n/an/a£31.50
Priligy (dapoxetine) 60mg x 6£49.00£65.00n/an/a£53.50
UK delivery£2.90£4.45includedincluded£3.20

Delivery charges

UK delivery only: £2.90 per consultation via Royal Mail 24 Signed For (1-3 working days with tracking).

Parcel forwarding services are not permitted. Use only UK home or work delivery address.

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About Priligy

Premature ejaculation

Studies suggest premature ejaculation (PE) affects up to 30% of men. Only about 10% of these men seek medical help. It is an under-detected and under-treated medical condition.

The causes of PE are multiple, although significant physical disease is not likely to be the reason. Stress and psychological factors are more likely to play a big part.

PE typically has the following features:

  • Ejaculatory latency time (time from vaginal penetration to ejaculation) of less than 2 minutes
  • Lack of control over ejaculation
  • Negative personal consequences related to the condition

Priligy

The active ingredient in Priligy is dapoxetine. It works by increasing the levels of a chemical in the brain called serotonin. Increases in serotonin levels, in turn, delay ejaculation.

After a single tablet, Priligy will reach maximum levels in 1 to 3 hours, and only 5% will be in the circulation after 24 hours.

Priligy is similar to some antidepressant medications, but it works more quickly and remains in the body for less time. Some men taking some antidepressants complain they have delayed ejaculation as a side effect. Priligy when taken for premature ejaculation is not an antidepressant, even though it has similarities in the way it works.

Taking Priligy tablets

Priligy tablets are for men 18 to 64 years only. Priligy tablets are not licensed for use in older men.

The starting dose is one 30mg tablet 1 to 3 hours before intercourse. The dose can be increased to one 60mg tablet, as required, providing the 30mg dose has been well tolerated (no significant side effects are experienced).

Priligy tablets can be taken with or without food. Tablets should be swallowed whole with a glass of water.

Do not take daily on a regular basis, or repeat a dose within 24 hours.

Low blood pressure

Priligy can, in some men, cause a reduction in blood pressure with dizziness and even blackouts. Men who feel lightheaded should sit with their head between their knees or lie down until symptoms resolve. They should take no further tablets without consulting a doctor. Increasing from a 30mg tablet to a 60mg would be inadvisable.

Cautions for Priligy tablets

Some men with underlying medical conditions should not take Priligy. These include men with a history of low blood pressure and symptoms caused by falls in blood pressure, such as dizziness and blackouts when standing. Men with heart disease and significant liver or kidney disease should not take Priligy, without first consulting their doctor. Men with susceptibility to angle closure glaucoma (a rare form of glaucoma) and blood clotting problems are also at risk. Dr Fox online consultations check for these contraindications.

A number of prescription medications interact with Priligy (dapoxetine). These medications are checked for in consultations. Interacting medication needs to be stopped 14 days before starting Priligy and not re-started for 7 days afterwards. Do not stop prescribed medicine without first consulting a doctor or pharmacist.

Men taking Priligy should read the manufacturers patient information leaflet before starting treatment.

Recreational drugs and alcohol

There is a potential for an increase in side effects in men who take Priligy whilst using LSD, narcotics (e.g. methadone or heroin), and sedatives such as sleeping tablets.

Priligy may increase the effects of alcohol and alcohol increases the risk of low blood pressure problems.

Side effects of Priligy

As with any medication side effects are possible. See the manufacturers patient information leaflet for details.

Most side effects are not medically significant and are tolerated, but some side effects can be more serious.

Stop taking Priligy and see your doctor straight away if:

  • You have fits (seizures)
  • You faint or feel lightheaded when you stand up
  • You notice any changes in your mood
  • You have any thoughts of suicide or harming yourself

Emotional distress

Premature ejaculation can be distressing. It can lead to an avoidance of intercourse and come between men and their partners. A doctor's consultation may help to get to the bottom of associated psychological problems.

A doctor might ask some of the following questions:

  • What is the time between penetration and ejaculation (cumming)?
  • Can you delay ejaculation?
  • Do you feel bothered, annoyed, and/or frustrated by your PE?
  • When did you first experience PE?
  • Have you experienced PE since your first sexual experience and on every/almost every attempt and with every partner?
  • Is your erection hard enough to penetrate?
  • Do you have difficulty in maintaining your erection until you ejaculate during intercourse?
  • Do you ever rush intercourse to prevent loss of your erection?
  • How upset is your partner with your PE?
  • Does your partner avoid sexual intercourse?
  • Is your PE affecting your overall relationship?
  • Have you received any treatment for your PE previously?

Depending on the answers, a doctor might recommend non-tablet treatments, such as masturbation prior to intercourse or certain breath holding techniques.

For further information see NHS - Can premature ejaculation be controlled? and FAQs: Priligy (dapoxetine) and premature ejaculation.

Patient Information Leaflet

Illustration of patient leaflet from medicine packet

The Patient Information Leaflet (PIL) is the leaflet included in the pack with a medicine and must be read before taking the medicine. It is written for patients and gives information about taking or using a medicine.

Priligy Patient Leaflet

Dr Tony Steele

Authored 23 April 2014 by Dr Tony Steele
MB ChB Sheffield University 1983. Former hospital doctor and GP.

Reviewed by Dr A. Wood, Dr B. Babor, Dr P. Hunt
Last reviewed 17 October 2020
Last updated 19 October 2020

References


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