What’s best for you … Dapoxetine / Priligy or Promescent?
Both are proven to be effective premature ejaculation medicines. However, Priligy has four distinct disadvantages vs. Promescent:
- Not Available Legally in the USA - Dapoxetine / Priligy / Westoxetin is not approved by the FDA. Promescent is available over-the-counter in the USA by way of an FDA Monograph.
- Prescription Needed - Outside the USA, Dapoxetine / Priligy / Westoxetin requires a prescription.
- Timing of Dose – Maximum blood plasma concentration of Dapoxetine / Priligy / Westoxetin varies greatly from person to person and dose to dose and ranges typically from 1 hour to 2 hours. Effectiveness can also be effected somewhat by food. So it can be difficult to determine the best time to take premature ejaculation medicines for maximum effectiveness and minimum side effects. With Promescent, apply when ready for sex. Just a 5-10 minute wait period – while you engage in foreplay to prepare for intercourse.
- Side Effects - Dapoxetine / Priligy / Westoxetin has numerous side effects including nausea, dry mouth, headache, diarrhea, insomnia and, of all things, loss of libido. Promescent has an extremely low side effect profile.
Dapoxetine, marketed as Priligy or Westoxetin, is a fast-acting anti-depressant (in the form of an SSRI) for the treatment of premature ejaculation. Promescent is a topical medications, also for the treatment of premature ejaculation.