It’s time we talkED

It’s time we broke down the stigma of erectile dysfunction (ED).  It’s more common than you think. It’s easy to treat. It doesn’t have to be a big deal. So come on, let’s get talking.

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It’s time we broke down the stigma of erectile dysfunction (ED).  It’s more common than you think. It’s easy to treat. It doesn’t have to be a big deal. So come on, let’s get talking.

Paul's pharmacy

Let’s talk erectile dysfunction

  • You're not alone

    ED can affect anyone at any time. It happens to more men than you might think. So you’re not alone. An estimated 6.4 million UK men, that's an estimated 1 in 4, experience ED symptoms*. Talking about it and understanding more about ED is the first step to getting the right treatment. Remember, we’re always here to help. 

  • What are the signs of ED?

    ED is when a man is unable to get an erection or maintain it. This makes sex difficult or impossible, which can affect your relationships and confidence, but ED is treatable.

  • What are the causes of ED?

    ED can have both physical and psychological causes. Most physical causes are due to a reduced blood flow to the penis. Anxiety, stress and depression can also cause erectile problems.

  • Treatments & possible side effects

    Treatment works in well in 8 out of 10 men, by increasing blood flow to the penis and enabling an erection when aroused. Side effects vary, but may include nausea, back pain or indigestion. See treatment options. 

  • Our Online Doctor ED clinic

    Complete your consultation and our experienced clinicians will recommend the treatment and dose that’s right for you. These are available for either discreet delivery or collection in pharmacy. Visit our ED clinic to start your consultation. 

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Join the conversation

We’re pleased to announce we’re working with Dr Alex George to help kick-start a conversation online and break down the stigma associated with ED. Keep an eye out for a short series of educational videos from Dr Alex over the next couple of weeks, including a live Q&A which we’ll be hosting on our social channels as he answers your questions on ED.

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    Dr Alex George

    Dr. Alex George is a TV and A&E doctor who works at Lewisham Hospital. Alex has become a leading and reliable voice in healthcare across his Instagram, YouTube and podcast The Waiting Room, and frequently joins Lorraine on GMB to discuss the state of mental health and wellbeing in the NHS. 

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