"The inability to obtain and/or maintain a penile erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse" is known as impotence. It is also termed as erectile dysfunction (ED) or male sexual dysfunction.

Many males of different age groups suffer from impotence but at varying levels. Males above the age of 40 have the most cases, but growing age is not always the main reason for impotence. Even men in their twenties and thirties can have impotence problems for various different reasons. Medical solution for Impotence

"The inability to obtain and/or maintain a penile erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse" is known as impotence. It is also termed as erectile dysfunction (ED) or male sexual dysfunction.

Causes of Impotence
If you suffer from impotence, it is very important to find the cause and to seek appropriate treatment. Even though it may be difficult to pinpoint the specific cause of your problem, the following list of causes can help you in understanding the root of your impotency:


 Physical causes include diabetes, kidney disorders, hypertension, consumption of alcohol or drugs, smoking, multiple sclerosis, high cholesterol levels and hormonal imbalance.

Psychological causes include depression, anxiety, stress due to work, and relationship problems.

This is not a comprehensive list of the factors which affect men and cause impotence; therefore it is important that you consult a doctor who can help you to assess your individual case.

Infrequent erection problems i.e. losing your erection once in a year is not a symptom of erectile dysfunction. But if this keeps happening consistently and if it interferes with your sexual life considerably then you might be suffering from erectile dysfunction. If you experience the following symptoms, talk to a doctor immediately:

An inability to get an erection when sexually aroused
An inability to maintain erection during sexual acts
Failure to complete sexual acts through lack of stamina
Seek help from you doctor immediately if you are suffering with any of the above symptoms. He will be able to advise you on various treatment options available for impotence. If however you do not wish to visit your local doctor, you can seek this advice through our online consultation process.

Impotence treatments
There are many treatments on the market for impotence or erectile dysfunction. At Meds4all, we provide 3 very popular impotence prescription-only drugs: Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra. These 3 medicines have proven their ability to treat impotence in clinical trials. These medications however, cannot take effect unless you are sexually stimulated. If you believe your impotence to be a direct result of emotional issues, alcohol consumption, smoking, stress, or sleeping problems, use these treatments to help.

It is very important that you consider these prescription-only drugs as the last resort. You should consult your doctor before starting a prescription course for treating impotence (erectile dysfunction). Please seek information about these drugs including their effects before you take them. Contact our doctor if you have any further questions. We will only provide an impotence treatment to a customer after it has been prescribed by one of our doctors.

Our website can not replace a physical examination or a one-on-one consultation with your doctor. We are an online clinic and unlike online pharmacies, our doctors review your height, blood pressure and further medical details before making a decision whether you are eligible to receive a prescription. This information includes details about all current medications you might be taking. After evaluating your current medical condition, you might be issued a prescribed that allows you to place an order for Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, Propecia, Reductil, Xenical, Acomplia or Champix. While it might be possible to order treatments such as Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, Xenical, Reductil, Acomplia or Champix online without prescription in other countries, meds4all adheres to strict medical guidelines. A prescription can be one issued by your own doctor or you can fill in a consultation form for a prescription from our online doctor.