Priligy Sells Out In Singapore
Written by Richard Simmons| Tuesday, 31 May 2011| There is 1 comment
The premature ejaculation medication Priligy which was launched just one month ago in Singapore has completely sold out leading to shortages in pharmacies. According to one study done called the Premature Ejaculation Prevalence and Attitudes (PEPA) around 30 percent of Asian men suffer from the condition which is considerably higher than the average.
Priligy which is made by the pharmaceutical company Janssen has been shown to help men suffering from premature ejaculation to last as long as three times longer in the bedroom, therefore drastically improving their sex lives.
Because of the strong sales of Priligy and the growing awareness of the problem of premature ejaculation in Singapore it is becoming less taboo and more men are getting courage to speak to their doctors about getting a prescription for it.
Talking about premature ejaculation is important because many men believe that women will think that if they ejaculate too quickly they are either very inexperienced or they just don't have good lovemaking skills. This can lead to men avoiding sexual activity for fear of embarrassment and humiliation.
If men believe that lots of other men are going to a doctor to get prescriptions for Priligy or Viagra they will be encouraged to do so themselves. At Ukmedix it is possible to have a private online consultation for premature ejaculation with a doctor who will be able to dispense Priligy for you if it is beneficial for you.
It should also be known that premature ejaculation does not only cause significant distress to men but also to women. Most women like a man to be able to have sex for a long time because it breeds intimacy and better sexual satisfaction.
The Premature Ejaculation Prevalence and Attitudes study showed that around twenty percent of men from Europe suffered from premature ejaculation and that Arab men had the lowest incidences of the problem at around twelve percent.