Generic Levitra With Dapoxetine: There are so many different ways of treating premature ejaculation available today. They differ in their approaches, treatment-time, convenience and effectiveness as widely as the varieties in which they come.
But perhaps the most important question to be answered about any one of these treatment options would be, first and foremost, does it really work?
I suppose the answer to that question can only truly answered after you have personally tried one option and seen for yourself if it works for you or not. However, what a review of some treatment approach can do for you is simplify your decision in selecting the treatment approach you want to go for. And that is what this dapoxetine review seeks to do.
One of these many treatment options is using medications. And one such medications common in treating premature ejaculation is Dapoxetine. But what is Dapoxetine really?
Well, that’s the question this article seeks to answer. And, in the process, help you decide if Dapoxetine is for you or not…
Dapoxetine is a drug that belongs to a group of drugs called SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors). In all countries where SSRIs have been approve by the corresponding regulatory authorities. They are officially license for treating depression and anxiety.
Dapoxetine, on the other hand is the only SSRI on the market that has been license specifically for treating premature ejaculation. This, however, is the case in only a handful of European countries such as Germany and Portugal. As of 2011, Dapoxetine has yet to approved by the FDA in the United States.
Dapoxetine is certainly not a new drug on the shelves of drug-approving regulatory authorities. But it is a relatively new drug to the market. By this token, not much is know about it by the general public really!
What is know for certain, though, is that it is a SSRI, and because it is as such. It is reasonable to assume that it must work in the same way as- or at least mimic- all other SSRIs.