Vitaros cream works within 5 to 30 minutes so you can get an erection before sex. Request Vitaros cream online for an easy to use alternative to tablets for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.
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Vitaros cream is a fast acting treatment for erectile dysfunction. It is manufactured by Ferring Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Vitaros cream can still work for you even if you have nerve damage, unlike PDE5 inhibitor tablets such as Viagra, Cialis, Spedra or Levitra.
Vitaros cream contains 3mg of alprostadil, the active ingredient, in every 1g of cream. Within 5 to 30 minutes, alprostadil makes the blood vessels in your penis get wider to increase blood flow to the area so you can maintain an erection.
Order Vitaros cream from Asda Online Doctor today by filling out a confidential questionnaire online. Then one of our doctors will check if Vitaros cream is right for you. As Vitaros cream is stored in the fridge, you will need to collect it from an Asda Pharmacy. Our team will make sure you receive your Vitaros cream in discreet packaging when you come to collect it.
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About Vitaros cream
How to use Vitaros cream
To use Vitaros cream before sexual activity, you should:
- Remove 1 single-dose container from the fridge.
- Make sure you pee and wash your hands before applying any cream.
- Take the AccuDose container out of the sachet and roll the container in between your hands. This warms it up to room temperature.
- Twist the plunger and take off the cap from the tip of the container.
- Gently squeeze the top of your penis in one hand to open up the hole in the tip of the penis.
- Do not put the AccuDose container tip into your penis. Instead, you should push the plunger, so the cream comes out. The cream should fill the hole in the tip of your penis and run inside too.
- Keep your penis upright for around 30 seconds to allow the cream to go inside your urethra as much as possible. If there’s any extra cream, move it into the hole so you can absorb it.
- Put the cap back on the AccuDose container and wrap it inside the sachet it came from so you can throw it away.
- Wash your hands after applying Vitaros cream, and do not pee.
You can only use each Vitraros cream AccuDose container once. If you leave an unopened Vitaros cream AccuDose container outside of a fridge, you have 3 days to use it before it needs to be thrown away.
With Vitaros cream, you might find you still have an erection after ejaculation.
Vitaros cream is used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED) or impotence. Each pack of Vitaros cream contains 4 single-use AccuDose containers that look like tubes with a plunger to make it easy for you to use.
The active ingredient in Vitaros cream is alprostadil, also known as prostaglandin E1 (PGE1). Your body naturally produces PGE1 too.
After you apply Vitaros cream, alprostadil is absorbed into blood vessels in your penis. Alprostadil opens up the blood vessels to make them wider than normal. As a result, more blood can now be delivered to your penis to keep it hard so you can get an erection.
Vitaros cream is available as a 3mg/g cream, so in every 1g of cream, there is 3mg of alprostadil. Each pack of Vitaros cream contains 4 AccuDose containers. You can use 1 Accudose container up to 3 times per week, but not more than once per day.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) can occur after drinking a lot of alcohol or because of stress. You might find ED occurs more often as you get older or if you have damaged blood vessels or nerves in your penis. Cutting down on smoking and losing weight can help improve ED.
ED might only happen once in a while, so you might not have to do anything about it. But if you feel you have ED because you keep losing erections, you need to speak to a doctor.
You can choose between taking tablets or using a cream such as Vitaros cream. These ED treatments are all available from Asda Online Doctor.
You can use Vitaros cream once a day, but a maximum of 2 to 3 times a week. And you can only use each AccuDose container of Vitaros cream once.
Vitaros cream starts to work 5 to 30 minutes after applying it, and the effects last between 1 and 2 hours.
Do not use more than 1 Accudose container of Vitaros cream on the same day.
There may be some reasons why you should not use Vitaros cream, and these include if you:
- do not have erectile dysfunction
- are female
- are below 18 years old
- have low blood pressure or get dizzy when you stand up
- have a penis which is an abnormal shape
- are recovering from a penis infection
You should use a latex condom when you use Vitaros cream if:
- your partner is pregnant or breastfeeding
- you want to have oral sex or anal sex
Vitaros cream side effects normally wear off after a couple of hours. If you want more advice about the side effects of Vitaros cream, speak to a doctor or pharmacist.
Common side effects of Vitaros cream can affect your penis as:
- a red rash
Other side effects of Vitaros cream include:
- low blood pressure
- changes in penis sensitivity
- urinary tract problems, such as an infection or difficulty peeing
You can read the patient information leaflet inside your pack of Vitaros cream for more details.
When you use Vitaros cream, you should watch out for any signs of:
- feeling faint or light-headed
- pain in your penis
- a rash that leads to difficulty breathing (this could be signs of an allergy)
- an erection that lasts over 4 hours (priapism)
If you feel any of these symptoms, call 999 immediately and let the person on the line know you have used Vitaros cream.
There are drug interactions that can happen between Vitaros cream and other medicines you might take. So before you use Vitaros cream, you should speak to a doctor first if you currently take medication for:
- erectile dysfunction, such as Viagra (sildenafil) or Cialis (tadalafil)
- premature ejaculation, such as EMLA cream or Priligy
- relaxing your muscles, such as papaverine
- getting an erection, such as alpha blockers (phentolamine or thymoxamine)
- high blood pressure
- unblocking your sinuses, such as decongestants for colds or hay fever
- decreasing your appetite
- thinning your blood (anticoagulants), such as warfarin, aspirin or rivaroxaban
Which active ingredients does Vitaros cream contain?
The active ingredient in Vitaros cream is alprostadil 3mg/g. This means that each 100mg of cream contains 300mcg of alprostadil. The other ingredients are purified water, ethanol, anhydrous, ethyl laurate, hydroxypropyl guar gum, dodecyl-2-N, N-dimethylaminopropionate hydrochloride, potassium dihydrogen phosphate, sodium hydroxide, phosphoric acid.
How should Vitaros cream be disposed of?
Once you use a Vitaros cream AccuDose container, you can dispose of it inside the sachet it came from and put it in your bin at home. Unwanted or expired Vitaros cream should be taken to your nearest pharmacy for safe disposal.
How should Vitaros cream be stored?
You should store Vitaros cream in your fridge and keep it between 2°C to 8°C. You can take 1 AccuDose container (inside a sachet) out of the fridge before you want to use it. As long as you do not open the sachet, you can keep it out of the fridge at room temperature (below 25°C) for up to 3 days. If you do not use it after 3 days, you should throw it away.
What does Vitaros cream look like?
Vitaros is a soft, white cream that comes in a single dose container called an AccuDose. Each AccuDose container is made up of a plunger in a tube and a cap on the end.
In which pack sizes is Vitaros cream available:
Vitaros cream is available in a pack size of 4 single use containers (called AccuDoses) in each box.
Information on the manufacturer
The company that holds the marketing authorisation of Vitaros cream is Ferring Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Drayton Hall, Church Road, West Drayton, UB7 7PS, UK.
Vitaros cream is manufactured by Ferring GmbH, Wittland 11, 24109 Kiel, Germany.
Dr Kathryn Basford
Dr Kathryn Basford is a qualified GP who works as a GP in London, as well as with ZAVA. She graduated from the University of Manchester and completed her GP training through Whipps Cross Hospital in London.Meet our doctors
Article created: 06 Oct 2021
Last reviewed: 06 Oct 2021
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