Bravera Control is an over-the-counter drug available in the form of a skin spray. The drug contains the active substance lidocaine, which provides a topical anaesthetic effect, and thus reduces penis sensitivity to touch and allows to delay ejaculation.

Premature ejaculation constitutes one of the most common problems of sex life of men. It is estimated to affect about 31% of men aged 18-59 years. Hence, it is for them that Bravera Control was developed. It is the first and the only drug on the Polish market indicated in the treatment of premature ejaculation available without a prescription. The product can be purchased in stationary pharmacies as well as online.

- There are several preparations for men used in the treatment of premature ejaculation on the market, but none of them is available without a prescription - explains Jacek Furman, President of Aflofarm Farmacja Polska. When developing drugs, we always try to offer our patients additional benefits. In the case of Bravera Control, the advantage of the product is its form - a convenient skin spray allows for discreet use, as well as facilitates local and accurate application of the drug - adds Furman.

Bravera Control has a convenient form of a skin spray. It contains lidocaine, the active substance used in medicine for years. The local anaesthetic effect of Bravera Control is responsible for reducing penis sensitivity to touch and thus delaying ejaculation. Thanks to such a convenient form of application, the patient can adjust the amount of the drug to his needs.

An efficient package of the drug is sufficient for up to 30 uses (depending on the number of doses the patient uses at one time). Each press of the spray pump provides 0.085 ml of solution (equivalent to 81.98 mg of spray containing 7.87 mg of lidocaine). The recommended dosage is 3 to 7 pump presses made to cover the stem and penis locally.

More information about the drug here.

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