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Just wondering my insurance does not cover ED medications are there any ways to get discounts or anything I'm on medicaid??
Multiple sources: Depending on where you live most Targets, Meijer, Walmart, Wallgreen, CVS, Kroger, and some local pharmacist have low rates for some medications if uninsured/not covered. Some medications have coupons/discounts you can print from web sites. ...Read more
Maybe: There is a distinct difference in ejaculation, erection, and orgasm and difficulties with each are often treated independently. Ed medication may help if in fact there is a also a problem with erectile functioning. An isolated problem of ejaculation could be due to retrograde ejaculation or delayed orgasm. A physician can order tests necessary to differentiate the two. ...Read more
Not much: It contains something likeviagra, a vasodilator and an Alpha blocker in small quantities, with minimal systemic effects. Effective when everything else fails. ...Read more
Cialis: Is the only one approved for daily use. The doses are smaller than the one-time doses. Check w/your physician. ...Read more
I have low energy, moody, and difficulty getting and maintaining an erection. Do I need testosterone or ED medication?
Decreased libido: Your presentation could possibly be a benign pituitary tumor which you want to have evaluated because as as it grows will displace normal tissue. If imaging is negative and hormonal levels are normal look for disease states which alter the autonomic nervous system function most commonly allergy or sleep disturbances or both eg sleep apnea.this obviously assumes normal physical exam to include geni ...Read more
I'm having problems keeping an erection. Will I be able to talk to a doctor on your service about this and they see fit prescribe me ED medication?
No prescriptions: You may ask any question on this service but you need to contact Healhtap Prime for prescription requests. However, controlled substances, psychiatric medications and "lifestyle prescriptions" are not prescribed. ...Read more
I'm a 46 year-old male that is still active physically and sexually. Are there safe and effective methods for treating ED without medication?
Usually, yes.: In most cases, stopping the offending medication should solve the problem, although it may take some time for the medication to "wash out" of your system. If things don't improve, consult your doctor to rule out other causes. ...Read more
I am a 65 year old male a month ago began taking KLORCON 20MG & CHLORTALID 25MG now have E.D. Does these medications contribute to this?
Best medication for E.D? viagra (sildenafil) gives me a headache, Cialis doesn't seem to work. I have been using prash. Anything new or better? Type 2 diabetic
Mum had Hyponatremia sodium 108 went to ED. It was BP medication since she came out she is confused it is now 131 how long should she be confused?
1: Please call your mother's doctor!
2: Consider a consult with a Psychologist.
Please keep me posted.
PS: I have two brothers with family in London and I hope to see them in December! Can't wait. ...Read more
Many: There are several medications to treat erectile dysfunction. The simplest form is oral drugs such a viagra (sildenafil) or cialis. Other options include an injection into the penis prior to intercourse (caverject, alprostadil). There is also a urethral suppository placed into the penis (muse). If these fail, a vaccum erection device may help. If all these measures fail, then surgery may be required. ...Read more
Whoa!: At your age, erectile dysfunction is a warning of serious disease. If the cause isn't clear, you've got a prolactinoma, hemochromatosis or something else that your physician needs to find. If your favorite turn-on (and what that may be is your business) doesn't give you a full erection at your age, your physician has a duty to search for an organic cause. Don't accept less. ...Read more
Need to visit doctor: Many over-the-counter pills, creams, and magic potions are advertised to make erections firmer, erections last longer, or a penis bigger, but they do not work (except maybe to give a man extra confidence, which can help a little bit). One can see his primary care doctor or a urologist if one has trouble with erections (due to blood flow problems, low testosterone, psychological stress, etc...). ...Read more
Not effective: Medications start losing effectiveness once they expire. It is just like food which starys to degrade or spoil after the expiration date. It is a good idea only to take meds before the expiration date. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Latuda (lurasidone)?: I'm not sure, but might you have mis-spelled something and actually mean latuda (lurasidone)? This is an atypical antipsychotic medication, often used in bipolar I disorder (especially bipolar depression) and schizophrenia with hallucinations, delusions, and thought disorder. ...Read more
Sunscreen: If you tend to develop freckles, you'll discover they're less prominent if you use sunscreen, which is something that everybody should do anyway. There's no pill for this. If you talk with your genuine friends / people you might date, most will tell you that your freckles are just one of many things that they like about you. Why not embrace your genetic heritage? Photo Lady looks great. Best wishe ...Read more