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Viagra Connect prices

Viagra ConnectMen can now buy Viagra Connect (a brand name for sildenafil 50mg tablets) from pharmacies without a prescription following a short medical assessment with a pharmacist.

What is the price?

Viagra Connect is priced around £5 per tablet, and is available in packs of 4 and 8 only.

Compare prices of 50mg sildenafil on prescription from Dr Fox below:

QtyViagra ConnectDr Fox
Pack of 4£19.99£10.20
Pack of 8£34.99£19.20

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Need to buy Viagra in London?

Viagra 100mgMen who live or are visiting London and wish to obtain Viagra to treat erectile dysfunction have several options.

  • Book an appointment with your regular doctor: the generic version of Viagra only is available on the NHS (1 tablet per week).
  • Book an appointment to have a consultation with a trained pharmacist.
  • Buy online from a regulated online clinic such as Dr Fox, with delivery direct to your door (or hotel).
  • Pay for a prescription online using the Fast Doctor service, and collect and pay for the medicine at your chosen local pharmacy.

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Is generic Cialis set to become the new Viagra?

Photo of generic Viagra and generic Cialis packs

Viagra became a powerhouse of a brand by promising to power up the sex life of couples across the globe. Viagra has become synonymous with helping men to get and keep an erection and has become a hot topic of conversation, there are even jokes about it:

What’s the difference between the first honeymoon and the second?
First honeymoon, Niagara. Second honeymoon, Viagra!

Let’s not for one moment, think of erectile dysfunction as a laughing matter. But, like all well-known brands, Viagra does draw attention. Read in full

What’s the difference between tadalafil and other ED treatments?

Happy couple after man takes tadalafilOne in ten men will experience sexual problems at some point. It’s fair to say that erectile dysfunction (ED) is a very real problem and can affect men across the spectrum. It doesn’t matter if you are gay, straight or bisexual – erectile dysfunction doesn’t discriminate. ED, or impotency, does tend to affect more mature males, but again, that’s not a given. A younger man going through a particularly stressful time or suffering from a medical problem may be just as likely to suffer from ED.

So, we are well aware of the problem but what can be done about erectile dysfunction? There are numerous treatments available. These include counselling or sex therapy, using medication (such as Viagra or Cialis), using equipment to assist (eg a vacuum pump), undergoing surgery, injections, implants and suppositories, or trying out alternative therapies. Read in full

Viagra Connect over the counter

Viagra over the counter
From £1.35 each

The UK medicines regulator today (28 Nov 2017) approved an application to make Viagra available over the counter in pharmacies (‘P’ medicine classification). See MHRA reclassifies Viagra Connect tablets to a Pharmacy medicine.

Pfizer’s new product will be called Viagra Connect and will contain 50mg of Viagra (sildenafil) in packs of 4 and 8 tablets and is expected to be available Spring 2018. Pricing is unconfirmed but likely to be around £5 per pill.

The MHRA’s decision follows the expiry of Pfizer’s exclusive patent for Viagra in 2013, after which other pharmaceutical companies were permitted to supply their own Sildenafil tablets and prices were slashed. More recently (14 November 2017) the patent expired for Cialis (another popular drug for erectile dysfunction), and the price of generic Cialis (‘Tadalafil’) is significantly lower. Read in full

Generic Cialis (tadalafil) prices

Generic Cialis tadalafil 20mgLilly’s patent for Cialis expired in the UK 14 November 2017, allowing other drug companies to sell generic Cialis marketed as ‘tadalafil’.

Cialis is the original brand name for tadalafil, the active ingredient in Cialis. Cialis (tadalafil) was the second erectile dysfunction drug developed, after Viagra (sildenafil).

Within days of the patent expiry several companies released generic tadalafil products at much lower cost than branded Cialis. Read in full

Erectile dysfunction: a brief history

Vintage erectile dysfunction treatmentErectile dysfunction (ED) is a term we hear frequently nowadays. On television, on the radio, in magazines, and on the internet, we are bombarded with advice on how to deal with ED, advertisements for medications to treat it, and articles for partners of the men who have it. With this apparently sudden explosion in interest, you’d be forgiven for thinking that ED was a 20th century invention.

Well, we can confirm that it wasn’t. As long as men have had penises (so, always), erectile dysfunction has been a hot topic, and doctors have been trying to combat it since time immemorial. The earliest recorded incidence of ED comes from India in the 8th century BC. The popular theory among doctors at the time was that ED was caused by having sex with “undesirable” women. Treatments included herbal medicines with additives from animals that were thought to increase desire or arousal. Alligators, mice, frogs, and sparrows were all animals that contributed to the concoctions of the time. Read in full

Prices of Viagra: Superdrug, Lloyds, MedExpress, Pharmacy2U

Photo of Viagra and sildenafil packets
There are a number of online doctor and pharmacies now operating in the UK and it is no surprise there are varying prices of Viagra, and it’s generic version sildenafil.

The patent for Viagra expired June 2013 allowing other drug manufacturers to distribute generic versions called sildenafil, the chemical name of the active ingredient in Viagra.

Sildenafil is medically identical to Viagra, equally effective, and available at much lower cost. Read in full