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Jan 2016
Men's Health Services
Men are infamous for ignoring health symptoms and failing to see their doctor. NHS figures show that men visit their GPs half as often as women but suffer a similar number of ailments and conditions. In an effort to help promote men’s health and well-being, Penney Pharmacy is offering a range of services aimed specifically at our male customers. Penney Pharmacy can provide advice and medication to treat male pattern baldness, weight loss, erectile dysfunction and a range of vitamins and minerals to help keep fit and healthy into the new year. For more detail about a particular service please see the "services" tab listed above. Erectile Dysfunction ED has been defined as the persistent inability to attain and/or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual performance. Although ED is not perceived as a life-threatening condition, it is closely associated with many important physical conditions and may affect psychosocial health. As a result ED can have a significant impact on the quality of life of patients and their partners. The main conditions that lead to erectile dysfunction are heart disease, high cholesterol, hypertension and diabetes. Other factors that lead to impotence are ageing, smoking, alcoholism, high stress or exhaustion, depression, anxiety and other psychological factors. Medication used to treat ED works by relaxing blood vessels and increasing the blood flow to the penis. The most routinely prescribed medicines are; Viagra (Sildenafil), Cialis (Tadalafil), and Levitra (Vardenafil). Recently, Viagra has become available in it's generic form of Sildenafil. This means that the same active ingredient of Viagra can be prescribed to the patient at a fraction of the cost. Following a private consultation with the pharmacist, appropriate ED medication can be prescribed to suitable patients. The pharmacist is able to prescribe up to eight tablets of ED medication per visit. After the initial consultation, providing no side effects are experienced, subsequent medication can be provided without a consultation. The costs of medication are listed below. Prices are reviewed at a regular basis. Sildenafil 50mg Pack size 4 £15.99 Sildenafil 50mg Pack size 8 £26.99 Sildenafil 100mg Pack size 4 £16.99 Sildenafil 100mg Pack size 8 £26.99 Viagra 50mg Pack size 4 £29 Viagra 50mg Pack size 8 £49 Viagra 100mg pack size 4 £39 Viagra 100mg Pack size 8 £59 Cialis 10mg Pack size 4 £45 Cialis 10mg Pack size 8 £84 Cialis 20mg Pack size 4 £48 Cialis 20mg Pack size 8 £89 Levitra 10mg Pack size 4 £46 Levitra 10mg Pack size 8 £73 Levitra 20mg Pack size 4 £49 Levitra 20mg pack size 8 £84
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