We have lots of information and advice about possible causes of erectile dysfunction, as well as ways to treat it.
1 in 5 men can experience erectile dysfunction
If you have erectile dysfunction (ED), difficulty getting or keeping an erection, there is treatment and support available to help you.
Erection problems are very common, particularly in men over 40. You might hear it called erectile dysfunction (ED) or impotence. ED is when a person has difficulty getting or keeping an erection. It’s usually nothing to worry about. There are treatments and support available to help people with ED, including over the counter medication you can buy from Well Pharmacy.
You might need to try a few different treatments, or a combination of treatments before you find something that works well for you.
Having treatment for cancer can cause side effects, including erectile dysfunction.
Treatment for erectile dysfunction is available on the NHS with a prescription from your doctor. To be eligible for a prescription, you’ll need to meet certain NHS criteria and, your GP will decide if the treatment is suitable for you to take.
Information and support for gay and bisexual men who have erectile dysfunction.
Support and resources for young men experiencing erectile dysfunction.
Information and support for partners of people experiencing ED.
Erectile dysfunction treatments at Well Pharmacy
Erectile dysfunction treatments are available from our online shop. Our products include sildenafil, Viagra Connect, Cialis, and tadalafil.
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The most commonly known treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED) is medication, such as Viagra or sildenafil. You can usually get this by speaking to a pharmacist or talking to your GP.
Information about the ED medicine sildenafil. Including how often you can take it, how it works, and common side effects.
Information about tadalafil, including how it works, how and when to take it, and common side effects.
Cialis is a brand of tadalafil. Find out more about how it works and how long it stays active in your body.
Prescribed and pharmacy erectile dysfunction treatments are generally safe to use for most people, but there can be some risks and side effects to consider.
Find out how long Viagra Connect takes to work and how long it stays active in your body.
Sildenafil and tadalafil are medicines used to treat ED. Find out how they work and the differences between them.
As well as talking to your GP for information and support, there are also a number of organisations and charities offering support and information.
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
01455 883 300
Find a registered counsellor or psychologist near you.
Information about erectile dysfunction, treatment options and support.
Sexual Advice Association
Information for men about erectile dysfunction.
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