Many men will experience erection issues at some
point in their lives.1 It may be distressing, however,
it is not an uncommon occurrence and there are
possible solutions.


Cilatil offers up possible solutions to erection
issues, in addition to lifestyle changes such
as cutting down on smoking and alcohol

*The diary data from 16 previous studies in the general ED population was combined to define the period of responsiveness. Approximately 60% of sexual attempts at both 24 and 36 hours were successful for patients on tadalafil 20 mg compared to approximately 30% of sexual attempts for patients on placebo.1


If you think Cilatil can help you, please see your
GP to work through if Cilatil will suit your needs.
Your doctor is there to help, and a chat with them
is the only way to get you started on Cilatil, and on
your way to taking back control of your sex life.


  • How is Cilatil different from other treatments?

    Cilatil is different from Vedafil® or Viagra®, both of which contain the same
    ingredient (sildenafil). Cilatil contains tadalafil, which is from the same family
    of medications as Viagra and Vedafil (PDE5 inhibitors) but it lasts longer.
    Cilatil is available in two strengths – 10 mg and 20 mg tablets.

  • How much does Cilatil cost?

    Cilatil is not funded under the public health system, so you will have
    to purchase it privately. See our Cilatil Rewards loyalty programme for
    information on how you can reduce what you pay for future Cilatil packs.
    Price may vary between pharmacies.

  • How long does it take for Cilatil to work?

    It varies between individuals, and it is recommended to take it 30 minutes
    before sexual activities. You don’t have to worry about taking it with food
    and alcohol.

  • How often can I take Cilatil?

    Cilatil is effective up to 36 hours after taking it. It is therefore recommended
    you take it no more than once a day. Listen to your doctor’s instructions
    when using Cilatil.

  • Can I take Cilatil if I’m on other medications?

    Cilatil must not be taken if you are currently taking any nitrate medications or
    guanylate cyclase inhibitors for treating chest or heart conditions. Talk to your GP
    or pharmacist about any medications (including over-the-counter medications)
    you are taking so they can advise whether Cilatil is suitable for you.

  • Are there any special offers available for Cilatil?

    Yes! Read about our Cilatil Rewards Programme.


Cilatil has a loyalty programme to help ensure
cost isn’t a barrier. Take a look at what you can
do to receive a free Cilatil pack!