Apoxet is a drug used to treat premature ejaculation. It can be found in 2 doses in tablet form 30 mg and 60 mg. Apoxet is taken orally and based on your medical condition, it is advised to take the medicine 1 to 3 hours before sexual activity. The manufacturers of Apoxet are Alpha Pharmaceuticals laboratories.
The main ingredient of the drug is dapoxetine. It is a selective serotonin reuptake (SSRIs) inhibitor. SSRIs inhibitors increase the amount of serotonin, causing the brain to delay its reaction on areas that cause ejaculation.
The drug may cause mild or serious side effects. Some of the most common side effects are but not limited to dizziness, flushing, difficulty breathing, nausea, headache, chest pain, blurred vision, fainting, hearing loss. If any side effect mentioned above or other occurs to you, contact your doctor. For more information on the side effects of Apoxet, contact your doctor or pharmacist. Usually, the side effect will subside within a few days to a couple of weeks. If the effect continues or becomes more severe, contact your doctor.
Apoxet is a drug used to treat premature ejaculation. It can be found in 2 doses in tablet form 30 mg and 60 mg. Apoxet is taken orally and based on your medical condition, it is advised to take the medicine 1 to 3 hours before sexual activity. The manufacturers of Apoxet are Alpha Pharmaceuticals laboratories. The tablet should not be crushed or chewed; it should be swallowed with a glass of water. The dosage prescribed by your doctor may vary depending on several factors such as the severity of your condition, your age, and/or other medical conditions you may have. Apoxet is a prescription drug, do not start, stop or change dose without doctor recommendation. If the doctor recommends you to take Apoxet as needed, then the usual dosage is 30 mg. Seek emergency treatment or contact your doctor if overdose is suspected.
The most common practice is to start with low dosages. Over time, the dosage can be adjusted to provide the correct amount for you. Doctors will prescribe the smallest dosage necessary to obtain the desired result. Before taking it inform your doctor if you have heart problems, kidney/liver disease, penis conditions, allergy or taking other drugs. Avoid taking it if you are under 18, female, recently had a heart attack, stroke and/or low/high blood pressure. While using Apoxet it is recommended to avoid smoking and/or taking alcohol.
The above information is about dosages that are commonly used or recommended, but not the exact dosage for each person. If you do not know which dosage is for you, contact your doctor and follow the prescribed treatment given.
Apoxet should be stored at room temperature in cool, dry places, where it is inaccessible by kids or pets.