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Erectile Dysfunction

Common Questions

Rizz is a telemedicine provider offering a discreet, convenient, and cost-effective solution for accessing erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment from the comfort of your home. To begin treatment, start with an online visit where you’ll discuss your symptoms, medical history, and other relevant details. You’ll also need to upload a photo of your ID for identity verification. Following this, a doctor or nurse practitioner will carefully review your information, assess your eligibility for telemedicine-based ED treatment, and create a tailored treatment plan specifically for you.

To address erectile dysfunction (ED), Rizz provides oral medications known as phosphodiesterase 5 (PDE5) inhibitors. These medications are recognized as key treatments for ED by the American Urological Association. PDE5 inhibitors vary in onset time, duration, side effects, and other factors. Each prescription is customized to meet the patient’s specific needs. The PDE5 inhibitors available through Rizz include:

According to the FDA-approved prescribing information for Viagra (see important safety information), between 63% and 82% of patients reported improved erections after taking the medication. Similar PDE5 inhibitors work similarly in the body and are also effective. PDE5 inhibitors are widely recognized by the American Urological Association as a cornerstone of erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment.

It’s important to understand that ED medication may not be effective for everyone, as individual reactions to medication vary. If you do not experience immediate results, your doctor or nurse practitioner may suggest trying the medication multiple times under different conditions. They may also adjust your dosage based on your response to the medication and any side effects you may experience.

Yes, in most cases, erectile dysfunction (ED) can be diagnosed by a healthcare professional based on patient-reported symptoms and medical history.

On the Rizz platform, healthcare professionals utilize telemedicine technologies to diagnose ED similarly to in-person evaluations. Doctors and nurse practitioners ask targeted questions to assess symptoms and ensure the safe and appropriate prescription of ED medication. Your responses guide them in diagnosing your condition accurately and formulating a personalized treatment plan. Therefore, it’s crucial to provide truthful, accurate, and comprehensive information during your interactions.

Additionally, it is advisable to consider allowing your doctor or nurse practitioner to order optional laboratory tests to aid in understanding the underlying cause of your ED. While not mandatory for treatment, these tests can provide valuable insights for diagnosis and treatment planning.

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