ED General FAQ
Insurance may cover all or some of your ED treatment costs depending on several things. What is the cause of your ED and what treatment is being prescribed? Some treatments such as therapy and experimental medications are rarely covered. Your insurance company will have the final say and they should be consulted to see what they cover.
Currently we only ship to Michigan residents. You must have a Michigan address to ship to unless you are a current Michigan customer traveling away from home.
Medications such as sildenafil citrate (Viagra), tadalafil (Cialis), avanafil (Stendra) , and vardenafil (Levitra, Staxyn) are the most common drugs used to treat ED.
Tadalafil remains in the body longer, as long as 36 hours in most cases, and thus has a longer window of opportunity. Sildenafil, however, has a shorter four- to six-hour active time frame. For men that want to be able to have intercourse at any time, Tadalafil might be the better choice. Tadalafil can also be taken daily. Sildenafil is prescribed for use as needed. This might be a better choice for individuals who are looking to plan a special occasion.
Erectile dysfunction, also known as ED, is a common medical condition that prevents men from having and/or keeping an erection that allows sexual intercourse.
No. Advanced Health Pharmacy is a “Bricks and Morter” independent community pharmacy in Portage, Michigan USA. Most of our current customers reside in and around the Kalamazoo and Portage Michigan area. We offer Free local delivery with our own drivers and extended area Free Delivery via the US Postal Service.
The same things that help you reduce your risk of heart disease helps reduce your risk of having ED. This includes eating healthy, not smoking or drinking alcohol, maintaining a healthy weight, staying physically active and maintaining healthy cholesterol and blood pressure numbers.
Not necessarily. Not everyone has ED when they age. However, it is very common for older men to require extra stimulation for an erection that allows them to enjoy sex.
While taking a pill is easy and often effective for ED, there are actually many other ways erectile dysfunction can be treated, such as: therapy, penile injections and surgery, in addition to oral medications. Each type of treatment has its own advantages and disadvantages. Always talk to your doctor for the treatment best for you.
Advanced Health Pharmacy does not partner with any particular medical doctor, practice or service. We have no monetary or contractual agreement of any kind with another provider. If you do not have a medical provider or can not wait to see your medical provider Advanced Health Pharmacy will recommend a provider to you that we are confident will take care of you.
Telemedicine is a great option for many people since it is a quick, convenient, discreet and affordable way to receive ED treatment from a properly Licensed physician in the USA. You can consult with a doctor and have your medication delivered to you without ever leaving your home.
Once you contact us we will recommend a telemedicine provider appropriate for you. You will then set up an account with them and have a medical consultation with their physician on your phone or computer. The provider will work with you to decide the best treatment for your ED. If a prescription is appropriate they will send it over to Advanced Health Pharmacy and we will deliver your medication for no extra charge.
Yes. The common medications for ED are often very successful in helping patients with diabetes and they have minimal side effects.
Prescription Assistance FAQ
Prescription Assistance is a limited fund and there are limits for each participant. In many cases the Prescription Assistance will pay for all of your prescriptions for a period of time. In some cases though, the Prescription Assistance will not be enough cover all of your prescriptions. Because everyone is different has different prescriptions we will need to work directly with you.
Any prescription drug can qualify for prescription assistance. This program provides money from Kalamazoo community partners to help pay for the prescriptions filled by Advanced Health Pharmacy for qualified low-income seniors living in Kalamazoo county.
In general, low income Seniors over 60 living in Kalamazoo County qualify for Prescription Assistance. Because the program may be modified at any time we do not list specific income numbers on line. If you feel you are “low income” please call or fill out the application form to get more specific information.