Sunday, August 15, 2010

'Speed Control' for All of Us

Good morning! We trust you did not have a sleepless night worrying over PE.

If you do, here’s GOOD NEWS to cheer you up!

Janssen-Cilag announced recently that PRILIGY® (dapoxetine) is now approved for the treatment of premature ejaculation (PE) in men 18-64 years of age. It will be available soon on your doctor's prescription.

PE is one of those hidden conditions that can cause terrible problems in a relationship and a great deal of embarrassment. It can be present from the first sexual encounter or can develop later in life for a variety of reasons. Nearly 1 out of 4 men with PE (24.4%) reports significant levels of anxiety.

The symptoms of PE are: a short time to ejaculation, not being able to control when ejaculation happens and distress relating to either of these situations.

Dapoxetine is a medicine specifically developed for the treatment of PE. It is an oral tablet that can be taken approximately 1-3 hours before sex is anticipated.

Dapoxetine is chemically similar to a family of antidepressants called SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors).

An observed, and usually adverse, effect of SSRIs is a delay in ejaculatory latency time although the precise mechanism of action is unknown.

Unlike the SSRIs which take 2 weeks or longer to reach steady-state concentration, dapoxetine has a rapid onset of action of approximately 1.5 hours and a short half-life*. By 24 hours, plasma concentrations are less than 5% of peak values.

These attributes make dapoxetine suitable for on-demand therapy for men with moderate-to-severe premature ejaculation with minimal adverse effects.

"If Viagra has made sex possible for men suffering from impotence, this new drug aims to regulate premature problems and to make it last longer. Much longer..."

Talk to your doctor if you think you have PE.

If you simply want to be longer lasting, you will be pleased thrilled to know that Zestz has been observed (anecdotal) to generously prolong intravaginal ejaculation latency time (IELT)

Journal Reference

Pryor JL, Althof SE, Steidle C, Rosen RC, Hellstrom WJ, Shabsigh R, Miloslavsky M, Kell S; Dapoxetine Study Group. Efficacy and tolerability of dapoxetine in treatment of premature ejaculation: an integrated analysis of two double-blind, randomised controlled trials. Lancet. 2006 Sep 9;368(9539):929-37.

A medication's half-life is the time it takes for the plasma concentration of a drug to reach half of its original concentration. More simply put, the half-life of a drug is how long it takes for half of it to be eliminated from the bloodstream.

CLICK HERE for a balanced, easily understood information on PE

Have a Good Sunday!

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