In the UK you can buy Tadalafil without a prescription by using our online consultation service. Many online pharmacies use a pharmacy and a doctor combination. Here at Travelpharm, we have a specialist pharmacist who can take care of this for you meaning a quick, efficient and most importantly a safe service all from the same GPhC registered UK pharmacy premises.
To order: Simply select the strength of Tadalafil you require, choose how many you would like, take a free consultation then purchase your medicines. Your order will be reviewed by our pharmacist and if appropriate and suitable your tadalafil will be despatched quickly and efficiently shortly after. If unsuitable a 100% full refund will be issued.
If you need help ordering or need further advice before making your initial product selection our team can help. Just give us a call.
Travelpharm is a UK pharmacy supplying high-quality UK erectile dysfunction medicines like Tadalafil. We are registered with both the GPhC and the MHRA so you know you can trust us to deliver! Still unsure? Check out our 5* reviews on Trustpilot.
Tadalafil erectile dysfunction tablets belong to a group of medicines called phosphodiesterase inhibitors. Not heard of Tadalafil before? Well, it’s the drug that is in the brand Cialis, sometimes referred to as the weekend pill. Tadalafil tablets are designed to treat men that are suffering from Erectile Dysfunction or male impotence. For short, we sometimes call it “ED”.
“Erectile Dysfunction is where a man struggles to obtain or maintain an erection for satisfactory sexual performance.”
Tadalafil is aimed at men 18 years and over and who are suffering from erectile dysfunction. If you do not have erectile dysfunction Tadalafil is not for you. Tadalafil will not help you:
If you do not have symptoms of erectile dysfunction
Get an instant erection
Get an erection that lasts all night
Increase your sexual desire or improve your performance
Stop Premature Ejaculation
Tadalafil comes in 4 strengths and it is important to understand what each strength does as they can help your erectile dysfunction in different ways:
Tadalafil 10mg and 20mg should be taken approximately 30 minutes before anticipated sex. It is best taken on an empty stomach as a heavy meal may delay the onset of action. One tablet will usually work for up to 36 hours.
Tadalafil 2.5mg and 5mg should be taken every day. Taking Tadalafil daily means you can have sex when it’s right for you. This gives you spontaneity, meaning you have to plan less, which is much better for you and your partner. The usual dose is one tablet. It is best taken on an empty stomach as a heavy meal may delay the onset of action.
The starting dose for Tadalafil is usually 10mg but depending on the outcome. Sometimes 20mg of Tadalafil may be required if the erection achieved was not satisfactory. It is important to realise that as dose increases, the risk of side effects also increases and so its about getting the right dose to obtain and maintain a sufficient erection without the side effects. Taking a bigger dose won’t speed up the onset of action which is why the 5mg daily tablets are so popular.
In order to obtain a suitable erection for sex blood must flow into the penis. This normally happens when you are aroused. If you are suffering from erectile dysfunction this may not happen and so you may not get an erection that lasts long enough or is hard enough for penetrating sex. This tablet works by helping relax the blood vessels in your penis which in turn allows the blood to flow easier. This means you may get a longer-lasting, harder erection.
Tadalafil 2.5mg and Tadalafil 5mg are safe to take daily but we would only recommend you take the 10mg or 20mg tablets every other day, so approximately 3-4 days per week as a maximum. If you need it more than 3-4 times per week you would be better using Tadalafil 5mg tablets.
Most users of Tadalafil who suffer from ED will report improvements in their sexual performance but not every time. Typically 80% of men will see improvements. ED is linked to several problems and they are not all physiological. Sometimes the problem could be due to medication and sometimes because of psychological factors. Tadalafil is not usually the first treatment patients try but patients often find it the most effective.
Sometimes a change to the dose may be required and after a quick discussion, our pharmacist would be able to recommend alternatives or a change to dose if appropriate.
Typically Tadalafil is associated with the following side effects:
These side effects tend to occur in more than 1 in 100 patients. For further information have a read of the Tadalafil patient information leaflet
This is a well-known problem. Do not take nitrates and Tadalafil together. According to the manufacturers of Tadalafil, nitrates are contraindicated. Common examples of nitrates which are typically used to treat angina include Isosorbide Mononitrate, Nicorandil and Glyceryl Trinitrate. Some recreational drugs like poppers also contain nitrates, for example, amyl nitrate, known as “Poppers”. Our pharmacist cannot prescribe Tadalafil for a patient using nitrates.
Alpha-blockers are a family of drugs used to treat high blood pressure (hypertension) and an enlarged prostate, which is called benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH for short. Whilst these drugs can be taken together we would always advise use with caution. It is well known that when alpha-blockers and Tadalafil are used together a significant drop in blood pressure can occur which may make you feel very dizzy and potentially off-balance. It is for this reason that Travelpharm feels you should speak with your GP about using Tadalafil and alpha-blockers together.
Men under the age of 18 years, or women of any age.
Tadalafil should not be used by patients who are allergic to Tadalafil or similar drugs like Sildenafil due to the risk of an allergic reaction.
As discussed previously using Tadalafil with nitrates is contraindicated and use in patients who sex who be unadvisable by their doctor should also avoid use. Typically these patients will suffer from severe cardiac problems or unstable angina.
Tadalafil is contraindicated in patients who have a loss of vision in one eye because of non-arteritic anterior ischaemic optic neuropathy (NAION), regardless of whether this episode was in connection or not with previous PDE5 inhibitor exposure.
The following groups of patients with cardiovascular disease were not included in clinical trials and the use of tadalafil is therefore contraindicated:
- patients with myocardial infarction within the last 90 days,
- patients with unstable angina or angina occurring during sexual intercourse,
- patients with New York Heart Association Class 2 or greater heart failure in the last 6 months,
- patients with uncontrolled arrhythmias, hypotension (< 90/50mmHg), or uncontrolled hypertension,
- patients with a stroke within the last 6 months.
We think our prices are some of the best found at any UK online pharmacy and Tadalafil from us is perhaps the most affordable treatment option available. You will see the price is a lot cheaper than the branded equivalent Cialis. This is because the patent owned by Lilly for this drug expired in 2016, meaning anyone could manufacturer this ED treatment. Just because the product is cheaper, it doesn’t mean it’s any less effective or of worse quality. If you’re interested we have a great article on the differences between branded medicines and unbranded medicines (generics) which you might be interested to have a read about. Most importantly, all medicines supplied by Travelpharm are approved by the MHRA and are licenced for the conditions we are treating.
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Prices above right as of August 2020
Sometimes Tadalafil may not be the right treatment for you to treat your ED. Don’t worry there are other medicines you could try. These include:
Vardenafil, also known as Levitra
Avanafil, also known as Spedra which is known to be good for those who suffer ED due to diabetes type 1 or type 2.
Sildenafil, also known as Viagra
If treatment with medicine is not appropriate then you may want to consider a mechanical aid, like a “penis pump” which is a device to draw blood into your penis.
Yes – absolutely. Travelpharm is a regulated online UK pharmacy employing registered UK pharmacists, UK prescribers and UK dispensers for our pharmacy. With registrations at the GPhC, the MHRA and with LOTS of 5* Trustpilot reviews dating back to 2013 you can see we have been around for some time.
Written by Andrew Walton MPharm