No, you do not need a prescription. The physicians on the Victory RX platform will write a prescription if they deem it appropriate after your online visit.
In order to receive treatment from Victory, you need to have seen a physician within the last 3 years.
All of the physicians and nurse practitioners on the Victory RX platform are U.S. licensed healthcare professionals.
Victory RX’s sister company is Victory Men’s Health and there are three physical locations located in both Illinois and Missouri. If you would like to be seen in-person at one of these locations please email email@example.com.
After your online visit a doctor or nurse practitioner will complete their initial review of your medical history within 24 hours. If you experience a longer wait than this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll take care of it!
Your doctor or nurse practitioner will need to confirm your identity before treating you via telemedicine. A photo of your government-issued ID must include:– First & Last Name– Photo– DOB– ID expiration date (cannot be expired)
Services on the VictoryRX platform are not covered by insurance.
Unfortunately we cannot accept returns of prescription products for reuse or resale, and all sales are final. However, if you feel we have made an error in the filling of your prescription, please contact us at email@example.com.
Signatures are not required upon delivery for the convenience of our patients.
Absolutely! After you complete your initial intake forms you can message a physician any time you have a question. Also, if you want to chat with the doctor or nurse practitioner via a secure phone call or video chat, message our medical support team at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll make it happen.
Getting an erection is a complicated chain of events that involves your brain, heart, lungs, arteries, and hormones. But fundamentally, erections are all about blood flow. Sexual arousal triggers a response in your body that then triggers nitric oxide production, which relaxes the blood vessels and smooth muscles in the penis. This lets blood rush into the penis, which gets hard as a result. ED medication works by interfering with the chemical process that lets blood leave an erect penis. This keeps your erection going longer and stronger.
That is like asking what is the best car brand; Ford or Chevy? Everyone is going to have a different response. Head to head clinical studies have generally demonstrated that no particular erectile dysfunction medication is superior to the others. It’s important to note that everyone’s reaction to a medication is unique.
In general, ED treatment side effects are mild and temporary. Common side effects include headaches, flushed skin, stuffy nose, runny nose, back pain and upset stomach. Very rarely can ED medications cause serious side effects such as priapism (a prolonged, painful erection that can result in permanent erectile dysfunction if not treated immediately).Medical providers can help you address side effects from the ED medication. You may connect with providers and receive ongoing care through our platform.
In the United States, erectile dysfunction medications are prescription drugs and cannot be legally sold over-the-counter. According to Pfizer, the manufacturer of Viagra, Viagra is one of the most counterfeited drugs in the world. VictoryRX offers access to safe, effective care that is more convenient than visiting a doctor in-person for ED medication. You’ll be connected to a board-licensed medical provider, who will evaluate you, and can prescribe ED treatment if indicated for your situation.
Yes, low testosterone can cause ED in some men. You should be evaluated for testosterone deficiency if you have ED and have noticed that you are fatigued, have low sex drive, and/or trouble maintaining your muscle mass. If you want to have your testosterone levels tested you can be seen at a Victory Men’s Health location.
If you’re measuring your blood pressure at home, make sure the device has been “clinically validated.” You can purchase a device online or at your local pharmacy. We recommend an upper arm cuff over a wrist or finger blood pressure monitor.Before taking your blood pressure, it’s important to avoid the following factors that may cause your blood pressure to temporarily rise:Cold temperaturesExerciseCaffeineStressSmokingCertain medications (check the label on your device)When you’re ready, find a quiet place and sit for 5-10 minutes and relax. Apply the cuff on your upper arm and follow the directions on the device.If you do not feel comfortable taking your blood pressure at home you can get a free blood pressure reading at thousands of local pharmacies across the country.