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Erectile dysfunction treatment cost

Unfortunately, most insurance companies do not cover sexual dysfunction or male fertility consultations and most of our patients are self-financing. If your insurance company covers the cost of treatment or diagnostic tests, then we would be glad to assist you with the refund claim or claim directly from your insurance company on your behalf.

Consultation and conservative treatment costs

We do charge a £50 deposit to secure any appointment but this amount can be contributed towards surgical costs, if required and our initial consultation price with our experts is £250.

Indicative prices of the costs are summarised below:

Surgical treatment costs

Surgical treatment costs will depend on the type of operation, the medical material used and the specific circumstances of each patient. Following your consultation and if you are a candidate for a surgical treatment an all inclusive cost will be quoted (covering medical material, hospital fees, anaesthetist fees and surgeon’s fee and any follow up consultations).

Financing Options for Self-paying patients

We advise patients that prefer to use credit for their treatment one of the following options:

  • Credit Card

A lot of our patients find that the easiest and cheapest way to obtain financing is to apply for a 12-month interest free credit card. This would allow you to schedule your repayment period as you prefer and also not pay interest for a few months.

  • Personal loan from your bank

Typically your bank will provide you with a personal loan with a long repayment period and low interest rate and a fast decision. We understand that some patients might be reluctant to explain the reasons for the personal loan but the majority of the banks will not require extensive details other than saying that it is a medical loan.

  • Medical loan from a specialist financing company

If the above options are not attractive, then there are companies such as Freedom Finance (http://www.freedomfinance.co.uk/loans/medical-bills/) which broker specialist medical loans. They typically require 2 days for approval. In terms of process you would need to contact them directly, since we do not broker financing directly as it is a regulated activity.

If you have any further queries regarding finance and your treatment cost – then please contact our Customer Service team on 02031312933

I am suffering from erectile dysfunction, what should I do next?

We advise you to book a consultation with one of our highly experienced doctors. The first step towards successful treatment is an accurate diagnosis of potential causes by our specialists.

After this, our doctors will seek to do two things:

  • design a treatment plan that will allow you immediately to achieve a strong erection to continue normal sexual activities
  • design a treatment plan to address the underlying causes of your erectile dysfunction. This means that each treatment we offer in our clinic is highly personalised.


While our doctor’s experience from over 30,000 erectile dysfunction patients allows us to create detailed treatment plans, a majority of doctors limit treatment options to medication, often leaving the underlying causes untreated. This can lead to a life-long dependence on drugs and in many cases, long term, unsuccessful treatment and your dissatisfaction.

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