Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

Safe and effective treatment to manage erectile dysfunction

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Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common condition where a man struggles to achieve or maintain an erection long enough for intercourse. ED can be treated easily with clinically proven medication.

Viagra is a popular medication used to treat erectile dysfunction for up to 4 hours.

from £29.99

Generic Sildenafil is medically equivalent to Viagra but is available at a lower price.

from £7.99

Cialis is a modern medication for erectile dysfunction that acts fast and lasts longer.

from £39.99

Tadalafil is the active ingredient in Cialis and is now available in its generic form since mid-November 2017.

from £19.99

Viagra connect is an effective erectile dysfunction medication that contains the active ingredient, sildenafil.

from £11.99

Vardenafil is a fast acting erectile dysfunction treatment recommended for diabetics.

from £18.99

Spedra is a fast acting erectile dysfunction treatment that can take effect in just 15 minutes.

from £24.99

The ED Trial pack is designed to help you find what erectile dysfunction treatment works best for you.

from £27.98

New hydrotherapy system for men suffering from erectile dysfunction.

from £219.99

Levitra is a fast acting erectile dysfunction treatment recommended for diabetics.

from £36.99

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction (ED), otherwise known as impotence, is the inability to achieve and maintain an erection for sexual performance. It is common, especially in men over the age of 40, and can be treated simply and effectively with treatments such as Viagra (Sildenafil) and Cialis.

What causes Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction can occur as a result of several factors and it is important to address the root cause, which can be anything from a physical injury to a psychological issue or an unhealthy lifestyle choice that narrows the arteries. Upon arousal, the brain signals are transmitted to the nerves, allowing the penis muscles to relax and the blood vessels dilate. Blood flows into the penis to erect it and is trapped there. When there is an interference with the blood circulation or the trigger from the brain signal transmissions, this causes erectile dysfunction.

  • Conditions affecting the blood circulation and blood flow to the penis such as cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure or diabetes
  • Conditions affecting the nervous system (eg: Parkinson’s Disease, MS)
  • Tissue damage or injury to the penis
  • Depression and stress
  • Unhealthy lifestyle including smoking, drinking excessively and obesity
  • Decreased libido
  • Conditions affecting the hormonal levels of testosterone (this is rare)

What are the treatments and how do they work?

Even though there are several drugs on the market for ED, the ones that are licensed in the UK all work in a similar way. Anti-impotence drugs Cialis, Viagra, Sildenafil, Levitra, and Spedra all increase the blood flow to the penis but will only work in combination with sexual stimulation.

They are all prescription only medication and you will need a prescription from our doctor to receive them.

Are there any alternatives to these medications?

Be sure to read the information leaflet given with the medication and avoid harm by taking ED treatment drugs in combination with alcohol, grapefruit and its juice, and other ED medication. Each drug has its side-effects so if the “blue pill” is not an option for you, there are some alternatives that you could try. These include injections into the penis, a vacuum pump, tablets inserted into the penis and sex therapy for the psychological concerns.

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Compare Treatments

Viagrapopular branded treatment


  • Sildenafil
  • Take one tablet about an hour before you plan to have sexual intercourse
  • 30-60 minutes
  • Upto 4 hours

Sildenafil non-branded version of Viagra


  • Sildenafil
  • Take one tablet about an hour before you plan to have sexual intercourse
  • 30-60 minutes
  • Upto 4 hours

Cialis longer acting (upto 36 hours)


  • Tadalafil
  • Take one tablet 30 minutes before you plan to have sexual intercourse
  • 15-30 minutes
  • Upto 36 hours

Spedra fast acting (works within 15mins)


  • Avanafil
  • Take one tablet about 15-30 minutes before you plan to have sexual intercourse
  • 15 minutes
  • Upto 5 hours

Levitra fast acting oro-dispersible


  • Vardenafil
  • Take one tablet 25-60 minutes before you plan to have sexual intercourse
  • 25-60 minutes
  • Upto 5 hours