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This information helps your doctor determine if you're eligible for treatment.
Tell your doctor about your symptoms and overall health. Your doctor needs this information to determine the most appropriate treatment for you. It's important that you are honest and respond as accurately as possible.
Tell us more about your high cholesterol
Tell us more about the pain in your legs.
Have you used any of the following recreational drugs in the past 6 months?
Include any medicines (e.g., Lipitor, Zyrtec, ibuprofen), herbs, vitamins, or dietary supplements that you have taken in the past 2 weeks, even if you are not taking them today.
If you have a preferred treatment, you can let your doctor know here. While your preference will be taken into consideration, your doctor will prescribe the treatment option best suited for you.
You preference will be shared with a physician, who will use their medical judgement to determine the best treatment plan.
Prices listed are from the Ro Pharmacy Network for the recommended starting dose for a healthy patient. Most prescription comes in non-childproof, single-close packaging, though you may request childproof packaging for your medications.
Do you have a dosage preference for Silenafil?
* A starting dose of 60mg (typically $6.00) is the most common for members who are new to the medication. Based on the information you provide, a physician will determine if this dose (or another) is appropriate.
If you know what works for you:
If you used the medication before, and it worked without side effects, you should choose the same dose.
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Enter your email below and we'll send you the nearest and most affordable locations in your area so you can see a healthcare provider. After, come on back and a physician will review your information and, if appropriate, write a prescription to your pharmacy of choice.