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Erectile Dysfunction

How to Get a Prescription for Viagra

Your first step towards obtaining a Viagra prescription is to visit your GP. Your doctor is the only one who is licenced for prescribing Viagra to you in order to ensure that it is taken in the correct dosage for you and to ensure you are a suitable candidate to take it.

A Viagra prescription is tailored to you and your needs. When prescribing Viagra, your GP will take into consideration your lifestyle, existing health issues and any prescribed medications that you are currently taking.

Once your doctor has made the decision to prescribe you Viagra, you can begin to reap the sexual benefits that Viagra allows you. It has been shown to help you achieve and maintain an erection enabling you and your partner to enjoy a fulfilled sexual relationship. This should then lead to you feeling closer to your partner and more able to discuss issues that you had been experiencing helping you get closer emotionally too. After all, communication can also help the issue.

Not sure how to talk to your doctor about erectile dysfunction?

Don't worry. Asking about ED can be a quick talk. And once you have had that talk, chances are, you will be glad you did.

Start your VIAGRA talk

Make an appointment and ask your doctor about VIAGRA. Your doctor can decide if VIAGRA is right for you. In most cases, your doctor can recommend a treatment option that day.

Remember, you are not the first one to talk to his doctor about VIAGRA. 20 million American men have already had the VIAGRA talk.

Preparing for Your VIAGRA Talk: What to Ask Your Doctor

By asking questions about VIAGRA and ED, you can help make the most out of your VIAGRA Talk. It helps your doctor get the information he needs. And helps you keep things focused on what matters to you.

Questions About VIAGRA

  • What types of ED treatments are available?
  • Could an oral medication like VIAGRA help?
  • What are the side effects of VIAGRA?
  • Could VIAGRA interact with other medicines?

Diagnosing Erectile Dysfunction:

  • What could be causing my ED symptoms?
  • Could my ED symptoms be related to my age?
  • How is ED diagnosed?
  • Should I talk to a specialist, like a urologist?

Erectile Dysfunction & My Health:

  • Could my ED be caused by another medical condition?
  • Can I treat my ED by treating the condition that caused it?

Erectile Dysfunction& My Lifestyle:

  • Could smoking and/or alcohol be causing my ED?
  • Could lifestyle changes, like diet and exercise, help my ED?

Don't trust "Viagra with No Prescription" offers

No gray area here. You can only get VIAGRA with a prescription from your doctor or healthcare provider.

Beware of offers for VIAGRA with no prescription.

Selling VIAGRA with no prescription is illegal. And buying it without one is unsafe. Instead of VIAGRA, you may get a dangerous counterfeit that can cause you harm.

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