Mens Health

Men's Health

We’ve all experienced a health issue at one point in our lives, but some can specifically impact men alone.

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What are men’s health issues?

 

There are lots of men’s health issues out there you may be aware of, like erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, low testosterone, hair thinning, and hair loss.

 

Although maintaining a healthy lifestyle may help some of these conditions, you might need to seek an alternative treatment option to resolve the problem.

 

If you’re concerned about any men’s health issues, book in to see your GP for a full health check, or start an online consultation with Chemist4U for fast, trustworthy advice, and we can even deliver suitable treatments discreetly to your door.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Erectile dysfunction, sometimes known as impotence, is a common problem amongst men and may be caused by age, being overweight, smoking, drinking too much alcohol, or having a medical condition like diabetes, high blood pressure, or cardiovascular disease.

 

The inability to create or maintain an erection happens when there isn’t enough blood flowing to the penis, if the penis cannot trap blood, or when the nerve signals don’t send the signal of arousal to the penis.

 

Diabetes can cause nerve damage in the penis, in addition to certain cancer treatments affecting its functionality.

Premature ejaculation is when a man ejaculates too quickly during sex, and it’s considered a common problem.

 

The average time for ejaculation is 5 and a half minutes, but it may be longer for men who have sex with men.

 

You may have premature ejaculation if you regularly ejaculate within 1 minute of entering your partner, but it’s up to the two of you to decide whether it’s a problem or not.

There are multiple treatment options for premature ejaculation, ranging from behavioural techniques, wearing a thick condom to reduce the sensation on the penis, or medication like Priligy which works to delay your ejaculation time.

 

When you dedicate yourself to treatment, most men will recover from premature ejaculation, but if the problem persists, speak to your healthcare provider to find a solution that works for you.

Hair transplants are pricey, so you might want to consider other treatment options first if you’re struggling with hair loss.

 

There’s a range of hair and scalp treatments that may promote hair growth in men, like Regaine products, or oral medication like Nourkrin tablets which aid the growth of new hair, whilst protecting your current.

 

Your doctor or pharmacist might prescribe you Finasteride, a medicine designed to treat men with mild to moderate hair loss.

After the age of 30, your testosterone levels naturally decrease each year, but you may only experience symptoms when you become much older.

 

There are other reasons why you might have a low testosterone count, for example, if you have an inherited condition, an inflammatory disease, HIV, are taking certain medications, are obese, have had an injury to the testicles, or have had cancer treatment.

Prescription Strength Men's Treatments

 

Erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, low testosterone, and male pattern hair loss are all relatively common issues that men face.

 

But if they are beginning to lower your confidence, cause you distress, or affect the relationship with your partner - it might be time to get help.

 

Although home remedies, behavioural changes and over-the-counter treatments may work for certain people, sometimes it’s best to seek the advice of a medical professional, like your doctor or a Chemist4U pharmacist.

 

We offer a range of prescription treatments to help you tackle the problem, and all you have to do is complete a short consultation and our prescribers will let you know if it’s the right option for you.

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