Wednesday, 27 August 2014

When will Zanifil condoms be release in UK and Europe?

Good news, zanifil condoms have been given the CE stamp of approval and will be released in the UK "in the second half of 2014" according to the license holder Futura Medical. The site mentions that they are looking for exclusive distribution from a condom wholesaler in the UK and EU. This, to date has not yet been disclosed, meaning where the new condoms can be obtained is still a mystery. Most likely, one of the big pharmacy chains such as Boots will have the initial distribution rights for an exclusive period of time which will then move to the general pharmacy market sometime in mid-2015.

Interestingly enough, although the product name is "zanifil" it is unrelated to the popular erectile dysfunction medicine "sildenafil" most commonly known as Pfizer brand "Viagra". It is based around a more common, traditional "medicine", glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) sometimes known as "poppers".

There are many side effects to GTN, taken orally, but the genius of zanifil condoms if that they work locally so you are unlikely to experience the common side effects of systemic nitrates such as headaches and generalised flushing (the flushing occurs where it is most needed ;)).

As it is currently unavailable, why not use our family run, confidential online pharmacy, run in collaboration with GMC registered doctors and GPhC registered pharmacists at Douglas Pharmacy, to obtain other treatments?

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