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How to Get ED Treatment Online

How to Get ED Treatment Online

Erectile dysfunction (ED) refers to the difficulty some men have in achieving or maintaining an erection. This is a common problem faced by about 30 million men in the United States alone, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. ED can be short-term, or it can be a long-term problem related to underlying medical issues, which include high blood pressure and diabetes. Other factors that can lead to ED include stress, depression, anxiety, and some prescription medications. 

ED is nothing to be embarrassed about, and you don’t have to simply live with it. There are things you can do to get back to living life to the fullest, including getting treatment for ED online.

How ED Treatment Online Works 

Telemedicine has grown over the past few years, making it easy to get treatment for many medical conditions from the comfort and privacy of your home. Currently, everything from birth control and hair loss to urinary tract infections can be diagnosed and treated without heading to the doctor’s office. This means you can get effective ED treatment online through licensed medical providers.

Because ED treatment often involves a prescription, you'll most likely need to talk with a doctor first. While online ED prescriptions are handled differently based on the provider, it generally works like this: 

  • Complete initial intake forms: You fill out a questionnaire about your health and the issue you are having. Disclose all drug allergies, other medications you are taking, and details about the ED symptoms you are experiencing, even if you don't think they are relevant.

  • Schedule an online doctor visit for ED: Depending on the provider, you may receive a call, text, or email to set up a telemedicine appointment. In some cases, your erectile dysfunction online consultation can be handled through the provider's secure online portal.

  • Meet your ED doctor online: During the appointment, you will discuss your health and the problems you are having with ED. Your provider will ask you detailed questions, so be prepared to answer them as openly as possible.

  • Prescription for ED treatment online: Once the appointment is complete, the doctor will consider your situation and formulate a treatment plan. If they feel a prescription will help, they will issue one and either send it to you, or the service will fulfill the prescription and deliver the medication to you.

When using an online medical provider for ED treatment, you should keep a close eye on your email for instructions and notifications. Saving the provider’s email address as contact can help prevent emails from getting lost in your spam folder.

Advantages of Online ED Treatment

Telemedicine and online medical services are growing in popularity because they provide both patients and doctors with a number of benefits. Getting treatment for ED online is an especially good path to take for a number of reasons, including: 

  • Convenience: Online ED Treatment is convenient. You don’t have to take time off from work and drive to a doctor’s office. This typically also means that you can talk with a medical professional and start ED treatment sooner than if you had to take time off of work.

  • Privacy: Online ED treatment offers patients a completely private way to get help, which is especially important for highly personal medical issues. Although there is NO reason to be embarrassed about ED, having the necessary conversations from the comfort of your home makes it just a bit easier to discuss the problem.

  • Access: Online ED treatment also gives more people access to treatment. Some people have limited access to transportation or live in rural areas or communities without specialists. Through online providers, they can have greater access to the medical care they need.

FAQs About ED Prescriptions and Online ED Treatments Online

Does Nu Image write prescriptions that I can take to my pharmacy? 

If the doctor feels that you would benefit from a prescription, they will write one for you. You do not need to worry about taking it to the pharmacy though because we fulfill the prescription and deliver it to your door. Don’t worry, your medication will be discreetly packaged and quickly delivered. 

What is in Nu Image’s Mt. Everest for ED for men?

Mt. Everest is an effective ED treatment option that comes in a rapid dissolve sublingual tablet. This allows the scientifically compounded drug to more quickly take action, providing you quicker, more reliable relief from ED. Mt. Everest combines three powerful ED treatments: Tadalafil (generic Cialis®), Oxytocin, and PT-141 (bremelanotide) into one fast-acting tablet. This helps resolve ED symptoms, decreases sexual anxiety and premature ejaculation while increasing overall sexual desire.  Note that side effects for each of these ingredients, Tadalafil (generic Cialis®), Oxytocin, and PT-141 (bremelanotide), may occur.

What is the best online ED treatment?

Many factors can contribute to ED, so treatments vary based on the underlying cause of the condition. This means that there is no single best online ED treatment, but there are many effective solutions. The best ED treatment solution for you will depend on the root cause of the problem and your response to the treatments you try.

Can’t I just order Viagra or Cialis online without talking to anyone?

You can order Viagra and Cialis online, but you cannot get these medications without a prescription. If any website claims you can simply pay a fee and have either of these ED medications shipped to you, be careful! In many cases, you’re actually receiving fake versions that might include herbal supplements and other non-proven ingredients. Not only are these medications unlikely to work well, but they might also actually be dangerous!

Do I need insurance to receive treatment for ED online?

No, you do not need insurance to receive treatment for ED online! Our goal is to provide everyone access to quality care, regardless of if they have insurance or not.

 


This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. The information contained herein is not a substitute for and should never be relied upon for professional medical advice. Always talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of any treatment. Nu Image Medical may not offer the medications or services mentioned in this article.


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Dr. Constance Odom, MD

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