For the last few months I have been finding it difficult to get an erection, and when I do` it often starts going soft before I’ve finished having sex. It’s both frustrating and embarrassing. I realize that I need some help and would like to try Viagra, but I’m finding it difficult to discuss the matter with my regular physician, who’s a woman. Are there other options?
If you would prefer the convenience and confidentiality of ordering your drugs online, there is a safe alternative. Secure Medical Inc., based in Tempe, Arizona, operates a network of online drugstores that sell only FDA-approved drugs, all of which are sourced from licensed U.S. pharmacies.
Websites in the Secure Medical network include AccessRx.com, eDrugstore.com, and Viamedic.com. All sell a full range of ED medications, as well as a number of other prescription and OTC drugs.
For those who have a prescription from their doctors, they can fax it or scan and email it along with their order. However, if you don’t have a prescription, each of these websites can arrange a complimentary online consultation with a member of its team of licensed U.S. physicians.
You will be required to complete a questionnaire covering your current symptoms, medical history, and a list of all prescription and OTC drugs you’re now taking. If the doctor concludes that you’re an appropriate candidate for Viagra or another of the prescription drugs these websites offer, he or she will authorize a prescription.