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Period Delay and Erectile Dysfunction

Period Delay

At times, having your period can be a big inconvenience. Whether it be a holiday, a wedding, or a romantic break. Delaying your period for a number of reasons is quite commonly done, and can easily be accomplished with the help of synthetic hormone. Period delay tablets are available without a prescription but will require a consultation.

The synthetic hormone works by keeping levels of the female hormone, progesterone, in the body up. This will then stops your womb lining from shedding, and hence delaying your period.

The synthetic hormone is not however a method of contraception. It is therefore important that you should continue to use contraceptive methods if you do not want to become pregnant. There are some cases where women are not able to take the pill,and hence we provide a FREE consultation with our clinical professional prior to dispensing.

To learn more about your period, see our health advice library in the menu bar above.

Erectile Dysfunction

Most men will experience a level erectile dysfunction (ED) at some point in their lives, either as a single symptom or recurrent problem. It can often be associated as a natural part of the ageing process. While there are a several causes for ED, in most cases it’s a result of reduced blood flow, when aroused, to the penis. ThereisMedication which has been produced and tested to help improve this condition but it is not a cure. With the assistance of this medication, it will have a lasting effect of relaxing the surrounding arteries and opening the circulation for a limited time period. It is however important to consider that ED could often be a symptom of a health conditions that affects your blood vessels and heart, such as high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol. As such, we offer a FREE consultationwith our clinical professional, toensure the possibility of your ED not being related to a more serious underlying health condition.

How ED treatments work

Erectile dysfunction treatments work by relaxing the arteries which supply blood to the penis, allowing for an increased flow of blood.

To learn more about this condition, see our health advice library in the menu bar above or follow the link below:
http://www.blackwellschemist.co.uk/index.php?option=com_mccontent&view=nhsarticle&id=423&Itemid=481