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ED Trial Pack

Our Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Trial Pack contains three different medicines, and is an ideal starting point for men who are taking treatment for the first time and not sure which one to use.

Our private service enables you to buy the ED trial pack online. Orders are reviewed by GMC-registered doctors or UK pharmacy prescribers, before being dispensed and shipped from our pharmacy.

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Our Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Trial Pack contains three different medicines, and is an ideal starting point for men who are taking treatment for the first time and not sure which one to use.

Our private service enables you to buy the ED trial pack online. Orders are reviewed by GMC-registered doctors or UK pharmacy prescribers, before being dispensed and shipped from our pharmacy.

This content was reviewed by a clinician on

26 April 2022
dr daniel

Dr Daniel Atkinson

(GP Clinical Lead - GMC No. 4624794) 26 April 2022
Product information

The ED Trial Pack contains a selection of three oral tablet treatments for impotence (erectile dysfunction). Each medicine in the pack works by helping to increase the flow of blood to the penis, so that the user can sustain a firmer and longer-lasting erection suitable for sexual intercourse. Our Trial Pack is ideal for those men who haven’t used treatment for erectile dysfunction before, and are not sure which particular medicine to try first. It can also be useful for men who have taken one type of treatment before, but want to try another to see which works best for them.

What’s in the ED Trial Pack?

There are three different types of ED Trial Pack available to buy online from our UK pharmacy.

The Branded ED Trial Pack 1, which contains:

  • four Viagra 50mg tablets
  • four Cialis 10mg tablets
  • and four Levitra 10mg tablets.

The Branded ED Trial Pack 2, which contains:

  • four Viagra 50mg tablets
  • four Cialis 10mg tablets
  • and four Spedra 50mg tablets.

And the Generic ED Trial Pack, which contains:

  • four Sildenafil 50mg tablets
  • four Tadalafil 10mg tablets
  • and four Vardenafil 5mg tablets.

Are there any differences between the drugs?

Each of the above drugs work in the same way in the body, but there are some slight differences in how long they take to work, and how long they last for.

All of these treatments, with the exception of Cialis and Tadalafil, should remain active in the body for up to four or five hours after you have taken them. Cialis and Tadalafil have a longer half-life in the body, so they should remain active for up to 72 hours. (This means that you should be able to get an erection when aroused during this time, but not have an erection for the whole time. If you have an erection which does not go away after four hours, you should go to hospital as soon as you can.)

With the exception of Spedra, the above drugs should work within 30 minutes to an hour. Spedra is normally the fastest, getting to work in around 15 to 30 minutes.

Generally, Levitra is regarded as a treatment more suitable for men who have a pre-existing medical condition, such as diabetes or high blood pressure, or are older.

How is the branded pack different to the generic one?

Sildenafil is the non-branded, generic version of Viagra, Tadalafil is the generic version of Cialis, and Vardenafil is the non-branded version of Levitra. Clinically, there shouldn’t be any discernible difference between generic and branded medicines. They contain the same active ingredient, in the same amounts, so should perform in exactly the same way.

The only differences between them are that generic medicines are not always made by the company who makes the branded version (for example Pfizer, Bayer or Lilly); and that generic tablets may look different to branded tablets (for example, they may not have the same markings or be the same colour).

For a generic drug to be made available, it has to pass through rigorous clinical testing. One of the requirements of this is that a generic drug has to work in a comparable way to the branded version.

At present, there is no generic version of Spedra. The patent on this drug held by Menarini, the manufacturer, is still active, so this is the only company allowed to produce it currently. For this reason, there is no generic version of this particular drug available in the Generic Trial Pack.

Why do men get erectile dysfunction?

Most men will experience the issue at least once throughout their sexually active lives, and it can occur due to a number of reasons. It can be occasional or persistent, and affect men of any age.

Erectile dysfunction can sometimes be rooted in lifestyle habits. Men who smoke, drink heavily or take recreational drugs are more likely to develop it, as are men who keep a poor diet, or don’t get enough regular exercise. Quitting smoking, cutting down the amount of alcohol you drink, not using recreational drugs, maintaining a healthy, balanced diet and being physically active can all help to reduce the presence of erection problems.

For some men, psychological or emotional factors can either induce or exacerbate ED. This might be stress, feelings of depression, or the pressure to perform well sexually in a new relationship.

Physical or medical problems can also lead to erectile dysfunction. Being overweight or obese, having diabetes or high blood pressure, and some neurological conditions like Parkinson’s are possible causes.

What can be done about ED?

Someone who only experiences ED occasionally may find that episodes pass on their own, and choose not to seek help for it. However, men who have persistent symptoms should see a doctor. Erection problems can sometimes be a sign of an underlying illness, so it’s a good idea to have an overall health check if the problem doesn’t go away. If psychological issues are the cause, than talking to someone can help to address these and, in turn, ease symptoms.

Treatment can help men who have persistent symptoms, and for whom lifestyle changes haven’t been successful in helping to tackle ED. Oral treatments, such as Viagra, can often be effective at helping men to overcome erectile dysfunction.

How do oral tablet treatments for ED work?

Sildenafil, Vardenafil, Avanafil and Tadalafil are all variations of a type of drug called a PDE5 inhibitor. PDE5 is an enzyme which can cause blood vessels to tighten and become restrictive, letting less blood through them. It’s when blood vessels at the base of the penis become tight that erectile problems develop, as blood needs to be able to reach and fill the small muscles in the corpus cavernosum in the penis, for an erection to occur.

By blocking the action of PDE5, these drugs enable blood to flow more freely into the penis, making it easier to achieve and keep an erection.

Are the treatments in the trial pack available over the counter?

No. Viagra 50g (marketed as Viagra Connect) is what’s classified as a pharmacy medicine, which can be bought without a prescription from a doctor; however a pharmacist will still need to ask a patient questions before issuing it to them, to ensure it is safe for them to take. All the other medications offered in the Trial Packs are prescription-only.

Can I get the ED Trial Pack on the NHS?

It may be possible for you to obtain one of the medicines available in the Trial Pack on an NHS prescription, provided you meet certain criteria and are entitled to ED treatment (you can read more on our page: Can I get ED treatment on the NHS?). However, it’s unlikely that a doctor will prescribe a variety of treatments at once on an NHS prescription. You’ll normally be given one type of medication at a time. If a particular treatment doesn’t work, your doctor may then advise a different one.

How can I buy the ED Trial Pack online?

Select the combination you would like to try, and then proceed to our online consultation. You’ll be asked to complete a medical questionnaire, and your answers will be checked by one of our medical team. We work with GMC doctors and UK pharmacy prescribers. If our prescriber thinks the pack you have ordered is suitable, they’ll issue a prescription to be dispensed at our UK pharmacy. Orders are shipped by 24 hour courier, so you can expect to receive your ED Trial Pack in one working day.

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Before taking any of the medicines in this pack, make sure you read the patient information leaflet provided with each one.

You should never take more than one treatment for erectile dysfunction at a time, or within at least 24 hours of each other. Doing so greatly increases the risk of side effects and can be very dangerous.

Viagra, Spedra, Levitra, Sildenafil and Vardenafil should remain active in the body for up to five hours after you have taken them.

Please note that Cialis 10mg and Tadalafil 10mg are ‘weekend’ pills. The drug is intended to remain active in the body for between 48 and 72 hours; so you should not need to take another ED drug, or a second dose of Cialis or Tadalafil, within this time.

Spedra tends to be the quickest to work. Whereas the other drugs may take 30 to 60 minutes to help you get an erection, Spedra only takes 15 to 30. However, every individual is different; what works well or quickly for one person may not necessarily do so for another.

If, after taking any of the medicines in any of the trial packs, you develop something called a priapism (an erection which does not go away, and persists for four hours or longer), you must seek urgent medical attention at your nearest hospital.

You can find instructions for each individual drug on the following pages:

Branded Trial Pack 1:




Branded Trial Pack 2:




Generic Trial Pack:




If you are unsure of anything to do with these medicines, please ask our doctor or pharmacist for further advice.

Page last reviewed:  26/04/2022
Side effects and warnings

Side effects

If you notice any side effects that become serious, tell your doctor right away, or go to your nearest hospital.

This includes:

  • signs of a severe allergic reaction, such as hives, swelling of the face, lips or throat, or problems breathing
  • priapism (an erection that lasts for four or more hours, and does not go away)
  • chest pain
  • or vision problems (such as loss of sight).

Side effects of PDE5 inhibitors include:

Common (1 in 10 people or less):

Nausea, flushing of the face, indigestion, stuffy nose, dizziness and blurred vision.

Uncommon (1 in 100 people or less):

Vomiting, rash, eye irritation, bloodshot eyes, red eye, eye pain, seeing bright light, photosensitivity, watery eyes, palpitations, increased heartbeat, high or low blood pressure, muscular pain, sleepiness, vertigo, ringing in the ears, heartburn, blood in the urine or abdominal pain.

PLEASE NOTE: This is not a complete list of side effects. Consult the leaflet provided with your medication for further information.


Taking it with other medications

Tell your doctor about any other treatments you are using during consultation. This is particularly important if you are taking protease inhibitors, riociguat, or any treatments for high blood pressure or an enlarged prostate.

You must not take any of the medicines in the Trial Pack if you are using, or have recently used nitrates. This is a type of treatment used in angina. A recreational drug called ‘poppers’ is also a type of nitrate.

Conditions to look out for

Your doctor needs to know about any pre-existing medical conditions you have, or have had in the past. It is particularly important for them to know if you have, or have ever had: sickle cell anaemia; a deformed penis or Peyronie’s disease; heart problems; or haemophilia.

Do not use any of the medicines in the Trial Pack if you have: severe heart or liver problems; low blood pressure; recently had a heart attack; an inherited eye disease such as retinitis pigmentosa; ever had loss of sight due to non-arteritic anterior ischaemic optic neuropathy (or NAION).

Pregnancy and breastfeeding

These products are not suitable for women.

Driving and using machinery

If you become dizzy or have any sight problems when using these treatments, you must not drive or use machinery and see your doctor as soon as possible.

Food, drink or alcohol

You must not drink grapefruit juice when taking these treatments, as this may cause an interaction and make side effects more likely.

The drugs in the Trial Pack may take longer to work if you take them with or just after a large meal.

Alcohol is not thought to cause an interaction with these drugs, but it is recommended that you do not drink excessive amounts if you have erectile dysfunction, as this can make symptoms worse.

Lactose intolerance

Some of the treatments in the ED Trial Pack may contain lactose. Speak to your doctor before taking them if you have an intolerance to any sugars.

Page last reviewed:  26/04/2022

Can I still drink alcohol?

It is not recommended that you drink a lot of alcohol when using these medicines, as it may make your symptoms worse and the treatments might not work as well.

Will I still be able to drive?

Dizziness and sight problems are potential side effects of PDE5 inhibitors. If you experience these, do not drive and seek medical advice.

How should I store it?

In a safe place, out of the reach of children.

Am I allergic to anything in the medicine?

Please refer to the information provided on the pages for each treatment for more information on ingredients.

You can find these below:

Viagra | Sildenafil | Cialis | Tadalafil| Levitra | Vardenafil | Spedra

Is it available over-the-counter?

You can’t buy any of the treatments in the Trial Pack off the shelf at a pharmacy. You’ll need to have a conversation with a pharmacist before they can issue you with Viagra, as this is a pharmacy medicine. The other drugs included in the Trial Pack all require a prescription, which must be issued by a doctor or pharmacy prescriber.

Can I buy a Trial Pack for erectile dysfunction online?

Yes. There are three different ED Trial Packs available to buy through our secure pharmacy service. When you click to buy, you’ll be taken to our medical questionnaire. Once you have completed this, one of our clinical staff will review your case, and provide a prescription for your treatments if they are suitable for you. This will then be sent through our system to our UK dispensing pharmacy, where your order will be prepared by our team and shipped. Each order is shipped in confidential packaging, to help ensure your privacy. We use a secure 24 hour courier service so that you can expect your parcel in one working day.

Page last reviewed:  26/04/2022
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