Vitaros Cream

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Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a health condition in men. It is when you are unable to hold a proper erection while having sex. This is also known as impotence. The main cause is the narrowing of the arteries that take blood to the penis. If you can successfully gain an erection the majority of times you are aroused, you should not be worried if you were to experience a one-off spell of ED. Most men will face or will have faced a moment in which they are unable to gain an erection when needed. This can be a temporary condition due to stress, tiredness, or inebriation. However, if you are suffering from other major ED conditions, do not worry. ED is a treatable health condition, most commonly by a medicine taken before sex.

Vitaros treats erectile dysfunction (ED) in men. It helps to prevent the action of the chemical phosphodiesterase type-5 already present in the body. This results in widening of the blood vessels and increases the blood flow into the penis. Hence, you can maintain an erection. Vitaros injection is inserted at the base of the penis. It is also available in cream form. This is applied at the tip of the penis and the area around it. You can also use small pellet of Vitaros inserted into the tip of the penis. It is not recommended for individuals below 18 years of age.

Download Vitaros patient information leaflet

  • Always read the patient leaflet for more detailed information
  • Consult your doctor before taking Vitaros
  • Starting dose – 100mg
  • If this does not work, consult your doctor (do not increase the dose for yourself)
  • Do not use more than 1 dose in a day, or more than 3 in a week
  • Your doctor or nurse will guide you on how to use this medicine

How to use Vitaros applicator/Cream?

  • Each Vitaros AccuDose container is for single use
  • Urinate before you use the medicine
  • Wash and dry your hands
  • Remove the container from the sachet
  • Roll the container between your hands for a while to bring the content to room temperature
  • Remove the cap of the medicine
  • Apply all the medicine into the opening at the tip of the penis
  • Try to insert the medicine into the urethra
  • Do not insert the tip of the AccuDose container into the opening of the penis
  • Use the medicine 5-30 minutes before having sex
  • Dispose of the medicine as recommended by your pharmacist

  • Burning sensation in the urethra
  • Pain in the penis
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Muscle spasms
  • Low blood pressure
  • Pain in the testes
  • Burning sensation in your partner’s vagina
  • Bruised penis

Uncommon/Rare Side Effects – If you observe any of the following side effects, see a doctor

  • Losing consciousness
  • Swelling of the leg veins
  • Pain in the leg
  • Common cold
  • Increased heart rate
  • Pain in between the penis and the rectum
  • Feeling sick
  • Skin rashes
  • Increased sweating
  • Frequent urination
  • Blood in the urine
  • Numbness in the penis
  • Painful erection
  • Change in ejaculation
  • Swollen head of your penis
  • Urinary tract infection
  • Itchy patches
  • Long-lasting erection of more than 4 hours

These details are provided only as a guide. Please read patient information leaflet for more details.

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Is Erectile Dysfunction (ED) normal?

YES. Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a very common condition. However, it is not related to age.

Is impotence the same thing as Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?

YES. Erectile Dysfunction and Impotence mean the same.

Is Erectile Dysfunction (ED) a natural part of the aging process?

NO. Erectile Dysfunction has no connection whatsoever with the aging process. Although it is true that older men may require more stimulation than normal to achieve an erection, they should still be able to naturally gain an erection and engage in intercourse.

What are the symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?

The main symptom is the inability to cause or maintain an erection that is required for sexual intercourse. In some cases, the penis becomes partly erect but not hard enough to have sex. While in many cases, there is no erection at all. Other symptoms are noted as loss of interest in sex and sex performance anxiety.

Can Erectile Dysfunction (ED) be prevented?

YES. You can give yourself the best possible chance of preventing ED by maintaining a healthy lifestyle such as: getting to or maintaining desired weight; eating a balanced diet, keeping your cholesterol and blood pressure in check, undergoing regular exercise, quitting smoking and drinking. Basically, anything that negatively affects and puts pressure on your heart will also negatively affect your erectile functionality.

Are drugs like Viagra really that effective?

YES. Tablet medications like Viagra and other PDE-5 inhibitors have proved very effective towards tackling ED and are the most popular form treatment. Viagra (50mg or 100mg) has a success rate of around 80%. Other medicines which work in the same way as Viagra are Cialis, Levitra, and Spedra.

What if the tablets do not work?

Consult with your doctor. He will have other suitable options based on your conditions. Do not give up.

To complete your purchase, take our questionnaire. Once completed, a registered doctor will review your answers and issue a prescription, if suitable. This prescription will be sent to our practising pharmacy who will dispense your treatment. Orders are shipped by secure next-day courier.

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