About Erectile dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction, sometimes also referred to as “impotence,” is a common condition which largely affects men over the age of 40.
The great news is that erectile dysfunction is often very easily remedied with medication and there are plenty of treatments available to help men with the condition to enjoy “normal” sex lives.
What causes erectile dysfunction?
It’s not often simple to give a definitive answer to this question. Erectile dysfunction can have both physical and psychological causes and be both a short term and longer term issue.
However, some of the common physical causes of erectile dysfunction include:
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- A narrowing of the blood vessels in the penis
- Low testosterone levels
- However, stress and anxiety can also contribute to erectile dysfunction.
Should I see my GP about erectile dysfunction?
If your symptoms persist, speaking to your GP is advisable to rule out any underlying health conditions.
Do I need a prescription for erectile dysfunction tablets?
Yes. All the medication we stock for the treatment of erectile dysfunction requires a prescription. However, if you don’t have a prescription and don’t want to visit your GP, our doctors can help. You can complete an online consultation form here, which our doctors will review and providing the medication is suitable, they’ll be able to issue a prescription and we’ll fulfil your medication order,
Is it safe to order erectile dysfunction medication online?
Great question! The short answer is that yes, it’s perfectly safe to order from us. We’re a regulated and registered pharmacy run by qualified pharmacists and our prescriptions are issued by qualified GPs.
But we’re glad you asked the question, because we all know not everything on the Internet is so above board.
If you’re looking to buy any prescription erectile dysfunction medication online at all in the UK we would suggest you look for registered pharmacies offering GP led consultations to issue prescriptions, so you can be absolutely sure that you’re getting the medication you think you’re getting and that it’s suitable for you as reviewed by a GP.