Priligy vs Paroxetine for PE 💪


Dr. Sam Bailey


Published on Aug 11, 2019

Priligy vs Paroxetine. This video looks at the difference between these medications and which one is better for PE.

PE (Premature Ejaculation) is the inability to control ejaculation, which always or nearly always occurs prior to or within about 1 minute of penetration. This causes embarrassment, low self esteem and relationship problems, affecting 20 to 40% of all men.

There are 4 subtypes of PE:
* Lifelong PE
* Acquired PE
* Variable PE
* Subjective PE

Lifelong PE is thought to be due to a neurobiological cause. Whereas acquired PE is commonly due to sexual performance anxiety, psychological or relationship problems, erectile dysfunction, prostatitis, hyperthyroidism, or during withdrawal/detoxification from prescribed or recreational drugs.

The best evidence for treating PE is using a potent selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor, such as Priligy or Paroxetine.

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