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A. Increase in intravaginal ejaculatory latency time (IELT) from 0.9 minutes at baseline to 2.78 and 3.32 minutes at the end of the studywith dapoxetine 30 and 60 mg respectively. B. % of subjects rating control-overejaculation as fair, good or very good increased from 3.5% at baseline to 51.8% and 58.4% at the end of the study with dapoxetine 30 and 60 mg respectively. C. % of subjects rating Sexual Satisfaction as fair, good or very good increased from 51.8% at baseline to 70.9% and 79.2% with dapoxetine 30 mg and 60 mg respectively. (rating scale 0-5 scale, 0=very poor and 5=very good)[129]

A. Increase in intravaginal ejaculatory latency time (IELT) from 0.9
minutes at baseline to 2.78 and 3.32 minutes at the end of the studywith dapoxetine 30 and 60 mg respectively. B. % of subjects rating control-overejaculation as fair, good or very good increased from 3.5% at baseline to 51.8% and 58.4% at the end of the study with dapoxetine 30 and 60 mg respectively. C. % of subjects rating Sexual Satisfaction as fair, good or very good increased from 51.8% at baseline to 70.9% and 79.2% with dapoxetine 30 mg and 60 mg respectively. (rating scale 0-5 scale, 0=very
poor and 5=very good)[129]