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My experience suggests that this lower-blood-sugar one-tablet-a-day medication is bad news for maintaining an erection. Nothing about this in the notes, and I'm not sure I want to go into it with the nurse. Does anyone else have experience of this?

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My experience suggests that this lower-blood-sugar one-tablet-a-day medication is bad news for maintaining an erection. Nothing about this in the notes, and I'm not sure I want to go into it with the nurse. Does anyone else have experience of this?

I'm diabetic and take two metformin tablets a day to help control blood sugar levels. Diabetes can you give erection issues and the medical folk understand this. I went and talked to my doctor and he prescribed 20mg Levitra tablets which work very well for me. I take one an hour before punt and does the trick every time. So don't feel embrassed go talk to your nurse/doctor.

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That's great, Lamorak, thanks. But what if the nurse, inflamed by my broaching the subject, jumps on me to test whether I'm lying?

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I see that Levitra can be purchased online from Lloyd's Pharmacy, which would save having to explain to Mrs A a solution to a problem which we haven't had. This kind of thing is awkward with family doctors we've known for years. Any of you order these things online without the doctor knowing?

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I see that Levitra can be purchased online from Lloyd's Pharmacy, which would save having to explain to Mrs A a solution to a problem which we haven't had. This kind of thing is awkward with family doctors we've known for years. Any of you order these things online without the doctor knowing?

Before I saw my doctor I ordered 4 tablets online, it's easy and very straight forward. However as these are delivered by post I had to make sure they were delivered when Mrs L was away visiting family. After this I saw my doctor and now get them on a repeat prescription, which I'm very careful in how and when I collect them.

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Diabetes is a well-recognised cause of ED(erectile dysfunction). Diabetics qualify for 4 ED tablets a month on NHS prescription. This means that they are free.

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