Order erectile dysfunction treatments from a brand that you trust. These treatments are effective and work for the vast majority of men.
Complete a short questionnaire and choose your treatment, then our doctors will review and prescribe your chosen medicine.
If you're not sure which treatment to choose, use our free 'Ask a doctor to recommend a medicine' to have one of our doctors suggest a medicine that is suitable for you. For a fee you can also arrange a telephone consultation with one of our doctors.
|Viagra®||4 tablets||from £30.00|
|Viagra®||8 tablets||from £50.00|
|Viagra®||12 tablets||from £70.00|
|Viagra®||16 tablets||from £85.00|
|Levitra®||4 tablets||from £45.00|
|Levitra®||8 tablets||from £75.00|
|Levitra®||12 tablets||from £100.00|
|Levitra®||16 tablets||from £125.00|
|Cialis®||4 tablets||from £46.00|
|Cialis®||8 tablets||from £85.00|
|Cialis®||12 tablets||from £130.00|
|Cialis®||16 tablets||from £170.00|
|Spedra®||4 tablets||from £49.00|
|Spedra®||8 tablets||from £89.00|
|Trial pack||4 x Viagra, Levitra & Cialis||£100.00|
|Telephone consultation||with a doctor||£50.00|
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The erectile dysfunction medicines we offer may cause side effects but they are generally quite mild and will fade once you stop taking the medicine.
Side effects can include:
Although the medicines we offer are common treatments for erectile dysfunction, there are other treatment options including:
If the causes of your erectile dysfunction are psychological, you may benefit from talking to a therapist.
If you would like to get personal advice on how to cope with erectile dysfunction, you can book a telephone consultation with one of our doctors.
Viagra, Cialis and Levitra all work by increasing the flow of blood into the penis, so that a man who is sexually aroused can get an erection.
Viagra can be used as frequently as once a day every day and usually works within thirty minutes. The effects last for about 4 hours. Viagra is the most well-known and popular of the erectile dysfunction medicines.
Cialis usually works in fifteen to thirty minutes, so it is slightly faster than Viagra and Levitra. The effects of Cialis also last longer – up to thirty six hours - which make this a popular choice for many men.
Like Viagra, Levitra usually works within just over half an hour. The effects last for about 5 hours (an hour longer than Viagra). Levitra has been specifically shown to be effective in men with diabetes, although this does not mean that Viagra and Cialis will not work for men with diabetes.
The symptoms of erectile dysfunction are characterized by regularly not being able to get or keep a firm enough erection to have sex. Failing to get an erection occasionally (for example, as a result of drinking too much alcohol), or less than once every five times, is generally not considered to be erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction, sometimes called ED or impotence, is very common.
Just under seventy percent of men aged over 70, and thirty to fifty percent of men aged between 40 and 70, will experience it at least once in their life. Sadly, it is estimated that only a quarter of all men experiencing erectile dysfunction seek treatment.
Often, erectile dysfunction is a symptom of more serious health issues, so your doctor might want to do further tests to find the cause of your ED.
Causes of erectile dysfunction include heart and blood circulation conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, depression, or from a lifestyle that features things like smoking, drinking, drugs, overwork, stress, or anxiety. Often the cause is both psychological and physical.
Erectile dysfunction can also be caused by damaged veins and arteries that constrict the blood’s flow to the penis, due to deposits of waste and deteriorated erectile tissue. Another cause could be an injury that has damaged the nerves in the pelvic area. It is uncommon for ED to be caused by a lack of male hormones (testosterone).