Information about managing and treating erection difficulties

READY TO FRONT UP?

It's time to front up about
erection problems!

Erectile dysfunction, or ED for short, affects thousands of kiwi men and yet most don't see a healthcare professional about it3. That's a worry, not just because these men might not be enjoying a satisfying sex life, but because ED can be a symptom of a serious underlying health issue. So this year our mission is to get more men fronting up about their ED, understanding what can cause it, who to see about it and how to treat it with Viagra®.

The front up files

What Women Want

We talk a lot about ED from a man's perspective but what do women think? Jono makes a guest appearance at an all-women's cross fit class to find out.

What do New Zealanders know about erection problems?

ED might be a common condition but what do people actually know about it? Jono takes to the street to test the nation.

THE CONDITION

Many men will find it difficult to get an erection at some point in their lives. However, the occasional let-down is different from having erection problems most of the time. If you are unable to get or keep an erection long enough for satisfying sex you may have the medical condition known as ‘erectile dysfunction’ or ED. But what causes it and why?

THE SOLUTION

Just because you have ED doesn’t mean you have to put up with it, especially considering it’s treatable. Probably the most well-known treatment is Viagra® which has been used by more than 65 million men with ED worldwide.4

HOW TO GET
VIAGRA®

If you’re ready to take the first step, it starts with talking to your local healthcare professional. They are trained to treat erection difficulties with understanding and discretion. They are also the only ones in NZ who can prescribe or supply Viagra® to you.

SUBSCRIBE NOW!

You’ll receive info on ED, Viagra® (sildenafil), and men's health advice each month. In addition you will find information on what could help your relationship and sex life so you can start to tap into all that good, pleasurable stuff again.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What do I need to know about Viagra® before I take it?

Viagra® has been shown to successfully treat ED in many men, but no medicine is for everyone. There are some health conditions and medicines that should not be taken with Viagra®. Your GP or pharmacist will ask you about these.

If you experience chest pain, nausea, or any other discomfort during sex or an erection that lasts longer than four hours, seek immediate medical help.7