How To Ask Dr For Viagra?

How do I ask my doctor for Viagra?

To get a prescription for Viagra or any other erectile dysfunction medicine, you should visit your GP.

Alternatively, you can order Viagra online from an accredited online doctor service, and a doctor will assess your suitability for the medicine via an online questionnaire.

Can I ask my doctor for Viagra?

Obtaining Prescription for Viagra

To obtain a prescription, you must visit a doctor, and optimally – a specialist (urologist). To exclude causes of potency problems such as decreased levels of sex hormones or thyroid hormones, your doctor may prescribe specific blood tests.

What kind of doctor can prescribe Viagra?

If the cause of your erectile dysfunction is diabetes, the endocrinologist may prescribe a 25, 50, or 100 mg dose of sildenafil. If you have low testosterone levels, an endocrinologist may start you on hormone replacement therapy.

Is it hard to get prescribed Viagra?

The short answer is: Viagra (sildenafil) is a prescription medication, meaning it isn’t available over the counter from your local pharmacy. If you have erectile dysfunction (ED) symptoms, getting a prescription for Viagra isn’t as difficult—or as jarring—as you might think.