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You do not need an existing prescription, using our online consultation system our doctors can prescribe treatments for the listed conditions.
To order treatments, simply follow the registration process. First complete the required medical questions then select the treatment you would prefer. When you have completed your order request, it will then be passed to our doctor for approval. If successful, he will write a prescription which will be passed on to our pharmacy, who will despatch the treatment directly to you.
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History of MyOnlineDoctor
MyOnlineDoctor was set up in January 2006 to provide affordable online private health care to the clients of Pharmacy2U, the UK's largest pharmacy. Since then, MyOnlineDoctor has become the UK's most diverse and progressive online consultation service, with a clear pricing structure, excellent customer service and an unrivalled ethical policy.
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Impotence or Erectile Dysfunction
Before 1998, there was no effective medication for ED and for years the problem was generally laughed off or just brushed under the carpet. That all changed with the launch of Pfizer's Sildenafil Citrate and subsequent pill by Eli Lilly (Tadalafil) and Bayer (Vardenafil). In the ten years since the introduction of these meds there have been few minor problems reported but these are vastly outweighed by the benefits brought to millions of men worldwide. In general, these drugs are safe to prescribe; however, below are the main points of concern when prescribing ED treatments through an online service such as MyOnlineDoctor.
Underlying Diabetes: Impotence is a symptom of diabetes and if left untreated problems can worsen. For this reason, we strongly urge ED patients to take regular diabetes test (at least once a year) in order to eliminate this as a concern.
Low Blood Pressure: As these drugs tend to lower patient's blood pressure, patients already taking treatments that lower the blood pressure (such as nitrate based medicines) may find that their blood pressure is lowered to potentially dangerous levels. To eliminate this as a possible danger, we can not prescribe to people taking such medications.
Peyronies Disease: Due to the complicated nature of this condition it is not safe to prescribe ED drugs remotely to men suffering from Peyronies. In these cases, it is important that the customer seeks a face to face examination from their own GP. If the doctor feels it is safe to prescribe erectile dysfunction treatments, then MyOnlineDoctor would be happy to prescribe too. However we do request that customers send us a letter from their GP (on letter headed paper) confirming which medicines the doctor feels can be prescribed.
Contraindication with Conditions: There are a few other drugs and conditions that might mean that diagnosis online might be inappropriate. In these cases a prescription for impotence treatments will be declined.
Retinal problems: All impotence meds put pressure on the retinal muscle and nerve so it should not be given to people suffering from retinal problems.
Cardio vascular problems: Anyone suffering from cardiovascular disorders such as angina should consult a doctor face to face. This also goes for anyone who has trouble walking 3 miles or climbing a flight of stairs without becoming short of breath.
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In the UK the NHS does not readily prescribe treatments for hair loss as it is not a life or death issue. For this reason men seeking a remedy for this condition often find that they have no other option but to buy drugs online. This is a great shame as although the condition is not a matter of life or death for many men it can cause low self esteem and even depression. The problem is more acute for younger men. Unfortunately, there is little that can be done if all the hair has been lost and if the hair follicle has died. However if the hair is merely thinning and the hair follicles are still alive there are mediciness available that can generate more hairs to grow. In this way the hair's thickness will be restored. With these medications patience is key as the effects are seldom seen before 6 months.
High Cholesterol leads to a progressive disease of the arteries called atherosclerosis, which effectively restricts the flow of blood and increases the risk of heart disease and strokes. There are now medicines available to prevent the build up of too much cholesterol and thus reduce the risks of heart disease or stroke by 50%. This is welcome news as there are currently over 208,000 deaths a year related to diseases of the heart and circulatory systems, making it the main cause of death in the UK. Unfortunately, although studies show that preventative prescribing of medication could save the NHS thousands, there are no current plans to make these treatments readily available to people. The current NHS bill for statins far exceeds the cost of any other medication. Currently, the only way for those showing early signs of high cholesterol, to obtain statins and make sure it does not rise, is through private prescription. Although statins can be prescribed to control cholesterol and reduce the chances of heart disease they should not be seen as an alternative to a healthy diet and exercise, which in itself will also control cholesterol and reduce the chance of heart disease.
There are no treatments available that will kill a cold or flu once it has taken hold. However, there are a few medicines available on the market that can act as a temporary preventative. These meds can also work if taken as soon as the symptoms of a cold appear and before it has taken full effect. The medications available are ideal to buy as a precautionary measure against the future onset of flu. Furthermore, as these treatments have a long shelf life of 7 years they are currently being stockpiled by the UK government to prevent infection of bird flu to vital workers in the event of a pandemic.
Losing weight is a big challenge facing many people. It can be very hard to know where to start. There are dieting products, slimming pills and advice everywhere you look. While choosing a slimming programme can vary from individual to individual, there are basic facts that everyone trying to lose weight should take on board.
Things to consider before taking slimming pills to lose weight.
Prescription weight loss pills should be used to treat obesity in the following individuals: