Prescription drugs for premature ejaculation

Abbreviations In Drug Prescriptions


Prescription drugs are often used for premature ejaculation treatment. For example, SSRI antidepressants like Prozac, Paxil, and Zoolft, just to name a few.

Whether you’re reading drug prescription, or doing your online research to find out more about some prescription drug… chances are you’ll run into medical jargon and abbreviations like these:

  • 20 mg PO
  • 50 mg PO 1 h AC
  • 40 mg QID

What do abbreviations PO, AC, and QID mean?

Well, these are abbreviations for Latin terms. They tell you how to take medication. For example, QID stands for ‘quarter in die’. No, it doesn’t mean be quartered and die. It means take medication four times a day.

Here are some other common abbreviations…

  • AC (ante cibum) Take medication before meals.
  • BID (bis in die) Take medication twice a day.
  • HS (hora somni) Take medication at bedtime.
  • OD (oculus dexter) Use medication in right eye.
  • OS (oculus sinister) Use medication in left eye.
  • PO (per os) Take medication by mouth.
  • PC (post cibum) Take medication after meals.
  • PRN (pro re nata) Take medication as needed.
  • Q3H (quaque 3 hora) Take medication every three hours.
  • QD (quaque die) Take medication every day.
  • QID (quarter in die) Take medication four times a day.
  • TID (ter in die) Take medication three times a day.

If you know these abbreviations, you’ll better understand any drug prescription. Not just premature ejaculation prescriptions.

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