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Erectile Dysfunction is a stigmatised and potentially upsetting issue, but the truth is it’s really common and all men should expect to experience it at some time during their sexual life. Here at Post My Meds, we can provide different erectile dysfunction treatments online, so you can maintain a healthy and fulfilled life with discretion, all from a regulated UK pharmacy.

All erectile dysfunction tablets available online at Post My Meds do require a quick, online health check or consultation. This simply makes sure that patients looking to buy erectile dysfunction medication can do so safely. We can check the causes of erectile dysfunction to make sure you are purchasing appropriate medication for the issue at hand. Most erectile dysfunction treatments are available by prescription only and our online assessment helps to make sure it is safe for you to use.

It’s important that erectile dysfunction tablets and treatments are only used by those who are suffering from dysfunction. Recklessly taking Viagra, Sildenafil tablets or other medication could cause other complications and health problems. Erectile dysfunction treatments are available in the online pharmacy from Post My Meds with free UK delivery.

What Is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) prevents or inhibits a man from achieving an erection. Typically, erectile dysfunction means you are unable to achieve a firm enough erection to enjoy satisfactory or penetrative intercourse. Causes of erectile dysfunction could be temporary or long-term, depending on contributing factors.

Erectile dysfunction could also be the inability to maintain an erection, but this is not to be confused with premature ejaculation, which is a separate concern.

What Causes Erectile Dysfunction?

Temporary causes of erectile dysfunction are usually environmental, emotional or mental factors, affecting a man’s ability to achieve an erection. These include times of stress or duress, anxiety, subliminal issues within the relationship, alcohol use and drug abuse, but erectile dysfunction treatments could be used on a temporary basis to maintain intimacy and sexual release.

In turn, there are causes of erectile dysfunction incurred from physical concerns or injuries. These tend to be more permanent but could be remedied with lifestyle changes. Physical causes of erectile dysfunction include:

  • Obesity and being overweight
  • Diabetes
  • Heart problems including heart disease
  • High blood pressure issues, including hypertension
  • Injuries – these can also affect the mental and emotion aspects of intercourse
  • Cancer or surgical changes to the body that affect the structure of the penis
  • High cholesterol and long term substance abuse
  • Conditions that affect the nerve transmission throughout the body and penis

As a general rule, the primary causes of erectile dysfunction are associated with age. The likelihood of being unable to achieve an erection and needing erectile dysfunction treatment or tablets increases in men from the age of 40 and up.

The mechanism behind an erection involves nerve signals sent from the brain to the base of the penis, which in turn increases blood flow to this region causing the penile tissue to expand and harden. Any factor that affects nerve transmission and blood flow to the penis can reduce the ability of the penis to stay erect, contributing to erectile dysfunction.

Erectile Dysfunction Treatments Available Online

Erectile dysfunction or ED treatment medications are available online, but this does not mean everyone will be suitable for them. Here at Post My Meds, we stock a range of tablets for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.

These erection tablets and solutions are immediate and quick fixes, increasing blood flow to the penis, which can be extremely beneficial for many men, especially for those who are entering a new relationship or are perhaps slightly embarrassed by their situation. It is nothing to be embarrassed about and it is important to know that ED is completely natural. Erectile dysfunction treatments could allow approved patients to enjoy healthy sexual stimulation without much interruption, they start working from 30mins to 60mins.

For most ED treatment medications, including Viagra, patients can take the medication on a when required basis before any proposed sexual activity. Alternatively, other tablets may be taken on a daily basis. You can find more information about each product on the specific pages along with guidance on side effects.

Who Is Suitable For ED Medication?

Here at Post My Meds, we run checks to make sure all our patients are suitable for erectile dysfunction tablets. Some of things we check for are:

  • You are a man – ED treatments are not suitable for women
  • You are not experiencing chest pains, angina or cardiovascular concerns
  • You are taking certain conflicting medications
  • You have a severe liver problem or have had a stroke recently
  • You have low blood pressure

If you are unsuitable for erectile dysfunction treatments and the causes of erectile dysfunction are not physical issues, i.e. surgery has affected the penis function, you might consider some lifestyle changes. Losing weight, eating healthily and introducing exercise into your routine could help conditions like diabetes and blood pressure. It could also reduce stress and anxiety levels, all of which are prime causes of erectile dysfunction. These changes could also help you achieve harder erections if you are struggling with partial or mild ED.

Although all of our content is written and reviewed by healthcare professionals, it should not be substituted for or used as medical advice. If you have any questions about your health, please speak to your doctor.

Authored Dec 21, 2017 by Joseph Issac, MPharm
Reviewed Mar 11, 2021 by Prabjeet Saundh, MPharm