1. Erectile dysfunction
How can Pharmacy help men with erectile dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction (ED), also known as impotence, is the inability to get or maintain an erection. It can be caused by a number of things, including stress-related issues, lifestyle choices or other medical problems.
Many men have problems getting an erection at some stage in their life. It’s thought to be very common, particularly in men aged over 40, but it can often be treated.
If you think you may be living with erectile dysfunction, we have a range of prescription-only and over-the-counter treatments that could help. We’ll always check whether the medicines we have available are suitable for you following a quick and discreet consultation –in-store.
2. Premature Ejaculation
What is premature ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation (PE) is a common problem which occurs when a man feels he ejaculates too quickly during sex. It can be caused by a number of things, including existing medical problems, stress-related issues or lifestyle choices.
Many men experience premature ejaculation occasionally, but if you feel premature ejaculation is becoming a problem there are options available for you to consider.
If you tend to ejaculate too soon, we have prescription-only and over-the-counter PE treatments that could help. We’ll always check whether the medicines we have available are suitable for you following a quick and discreet consultation –in-store.
3. Hair Loss
How can Pharmacy help men with hair loss?
Hair loss comes in different forms and has a number of causes which are usually harmless. It is often a common part of ageing.
Male Pattern Baldness is the most common form of hair loss and affects about half of all British men before they turn 50 years old. It often follows a particular pattern of hair loss, which begins with a receding hairline, followed by hair loss around the temples, then the crown.
If you think you have male pattern baldness, our range of solutions may be able to provide you with treatment to stop further hair loss. If you think you’re experiencing any other form of hair loss please speak to your GP.
Treatment for male pattern baldness is aimed at prevention of further hair loss rather than a cure. The sooner we can help you control it, the more likely you are to keep the hair you have and you could benefit from new hair growth with some medicines.
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