Most men will experience erectile dysfunction (ED) at some point in their lives (either as a one-off or recurrent problem). It may often be a natural part of the ageing process. While there are a number of different causes for ED, in most cases it is due to a reduced blood flow to the penis when aroused. Luckily, there are medicines (such a those listed above) which have been designed to help improve this.
It’s important to bear in mind, however, that ED can often be a symptom of health conditions that affect your blood vessels and heart (such as high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol). As such, it is always best to have a health check to rule out the possibility of your ED being related to a more serious underlying health condition.
How ED treatments work
Erectile dysfunction treatments work by relaxing the arteries which supply blood to the penis, allowing for an increased flow of blood