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Treating ED wasn't always easy. Now it is. Our team of UK medical professionals are on-hand to offer you a free consultation. They can prescribe treatments like Tadalafil, which increase blood flow to the soft tissue in the penis, making erections easier.
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Tadalafil won't work if you're not sexually aroused, so — first things first — make sure you're in the mood.
Tadalafil takes 30-60 minutes to work, and remains active as an effective ED treatment for up to 36 hours once consumed.
As it can last for 24-36 hours, Tadalafil supports erections longer than other ED pills. It's a marathon, not a sprint.
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Tadalafil is unlike Viagra or Sildenafil, in that it doesn't need to be taken right before the big moment. When you do take it, expect it to start working 30-60 minutes later. It has a half-life of 17.5 hours, and should be able to help you get an erection for up to 36 hours after it's consumed.
Meet the medical professionals helping us find easier, faster and safer ED treatments for UK men like you.
Dr Patrick Carroll
Chief Medical Officer, Hims & Hers
Dr Leah S. Millheiser, FACOG
Senior Vice President Medical Affairs, Hers
Dr Peter J. Stahl
Men's Reproductive & Sexual Health
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability for a guy to achieve and maintain an erection firm enough for sex. ED is the same as impotence, but impotence is used less often when referring to this common condition.
ED affects hundreds of millions of men. Statistics from the Massachusetts Male Ageing Study show that about 52% of men experience erectile dysfunction at some point in life.
As a man, it’s normal to have trouble getting or keeping an erection occasionally. However, if you frequently have difficulty getting an erection or maintaining a firm erection during sex, you might have ED.
Erectile dysfunction can occur for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, a psychological issue or nervousness can trigger ED. In other cases, ED can be a sign that you might also have an underlying health problem.
Factors like your use of tobacco products, other medications or alcohol can also contribute to erection issues, making it harder for you to maintain a fulfilling sex life.
When ED occurs at a bad moment, it can affect your self-confidence. Luckily, ED is one of the easiest sexual dysfunctions to treat. Today, a variety of safe, MHRA approved medications and non-prescription treatments are available to help men of all ages treat ED.
The most common symptom of erectile dysfunction is difficulty developing and maintaining an erection during sex. Persistent erectile dysfunction can also affect your sexual confidence and potentially cause you to become less interested in sexual activity.
Difficulty getting an erection
Erectile dysfunction can make it difficult for you to get an erection, even if you’re in the mood for sex. Erection problems can range in severity -- sometimes, you might find it difficult to get any erection, while in other cases you might find it difficult to get a firm enough erection for sex.
Difficulty maintaining an erection
Erectile dysfunction can make it difficult for you to maintain an erection during sexual intercourse. Even if you get an erection before sexual activity without difficulty, you may find it difficult or impossible to keep a firm erection during sex, which can impact your experience, orgasm and ejaculation.
Loss of interest in sexual activity
If you have erectile dysfunction, it can affect your self-confidence and make you avoid sexual activity. Many men with erectile dysfunction feel less interested in sex and lose some or all of their motivation to pursue sexual relationships.
Erectile dysfunction can develop for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, erectile dysfunction is a sign that you might have an underlying cardiovascular health issue. In other cases, ED can be caused by psychological factors such as anxiety or nervousness about sex.
Physical Causes of Erectile Dysfunction
Heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes, metabolic syndrome, Parkinson’s disease, sleep disorders, multiple sclerosis, alcoholism and prostate cancer/enlarged prostate
Psychological Causes of Erectile Dysfunction
Stress, anxiety or depression, relationship issues and pornography.
Sources: Translational Andrology and Urology
While you’re probably familiar with some of the most common ED drugs like Viagra and Cialis, there are more choices out there. Not only should you consider prescription drugs, but there are also over-the-counter options as well as non-oral medications. Here is an overview of the different types of ED drugs available:
Because most ED drugs work similarly, they also have similar side effects. The side effects of ED drugs typically occur while the drugs are active in the body, although they can often last for slightly longer than the drug itself.
This means that if you’re prone to side effects from ED drugs, you may notice them lasting for longer if you use a medication such as tadalafil, which has a very long half-life.
There are seven side effects that are most commonly reported by ED drug users. They are:
In general, you’ll need to provide some time for your ED medication to start working before you engage in sexual activity. The best approach is to prepare ahead of time and make sure you’ve consumed your ED medication 30-60 minutes before sex, depending on the specific drug and your doctor's recommendation.
Peak effects occur after 120 minutes for Cialis, and 70 minutes for Viagra. Cialis activity is not affected by food. Viagra's effect may be diminished if taken soon after a high fat meal (which may also delay how fast it works). For this reason, Viagra is best taken on an empty stomach.
Effectiveness of all PDE5 inhibitors is similar; although reported effectiveness of Viagra, at 84% is slightly higher than that of Cialis at 81%.7 However, some men prefer Cialis because of its longer duration of effect.