Poxet 60 mg tablet is a medication used for treating premature ejaculation. It consists of dapoxetine. It belongs to the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) drugs class. Poxet increases the level of a chemical messenger in the body, which improves control over ejaculation and increases the time to cause ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is a common male sexual disorder often associated with personal negative psychological issues. Dapoxetine, the component of this medicine, is the only approved medication for the treatment of premature ejaculation.
The studies have shown that it increases the control and time it takes to ejaculate and reduces the anxiety and frustration that is common in this condition. This medicine is only for men. You should only use this medicine if diagnosed adequately with premature ejaculation. Do not take it without being diagnosed or consulting your doctor. It should be taken a couple of hours before sexual intercourse or precisely as advised by the doctor. Do not take it more than once a day and every day. It does not cause any dependency issues or severe withdrawal symptoms.
Do not take tablet if you have heart problems (like heart failure or problems with the heart rhythm), or have ever had depression or mania, or are currently taking medicines for depression known as MAO inhibitors. Before taking it, you should tell your doctor if you have epilepsy (seizure disorder or fits), liver or kidney disease, glaucoma, or have had dizziness/fainting (syncope) due to low blood pressure in the past. These may affect your treatment.
Uses of poxet 60
Premature ejaculation in adult men from age 18 to 64 years
Side effects of poxet 60
- blurry vision
- Decreased libido
- Increased sweating
- irregular heartbeat
- dry mouth
- Erectile dysfunction
Directions for Use
- Use the Poxet 60 mg tablet precisely how the doctor prescribed them to you.
- Do not exceed the dosage.
- Do not break or chew the tablet.
- Swallow it as a whole, with a glass of water, immediately after opening it.
- You can take it with or without consuming the food.
- Take the tablet one hour before sexual intercourse or precisely the way your doctor advises.
Dosage poxet 60
The Poxet 60 mg tablet overdose can cause serotonin-mediated adverse reactions such as gastrointestinal disturbances such as nausea and vomiting, somnolence, tachycardia, tremor, agitation, and dizzin…
Missed a Dose
The dose and duration of the Poxet 60 mg tablet are not fixed. If you are using these tablets for premature ejaculation, missing a dose is highly unlikely, as it is used when required.
This medicine is not indicated in women.
You may feel sleepy, dizzy, faint, have difficulty concentrating and blurred vision while taking this medicine. This may affect your driving ability.
Use of tablet is not recommended in patients with severe kidney disease.
Tablet is not recommended in patients with moderate to severe liver disease.