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General Category => Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health => Topic started by: kung_fu_panda on October 30, 2013, 06:02:05 pm

Title: AccessRx for Ordering PDE5 Inhibitors
Post by: kung_fu_panda on October 30, 2013, 06:02:05 pm
my two cents


just a couple things,  your boyfriend somewhat sounds like me. (or rather how i WAS)..he has a problem and wont/cant acknowledge it. I got over it, maybe he will too . That said, i can offer two bits of info that might help. First , IF he is 6ft and 275, he is either a world class bodybuilder, or he has a good bit of weight he can lose.  I mention this only b/c when I talk with my MD about low testosterone, thats the first thing he will mention. MOST guys my age (im 43)  that have low T are significantly overweight . Whats his bodyfat percentage, or if you dont know that what size jeans does he wear? Over  36 id say is pretty good indicator he can tone up. Other things: is he diabetic? does he have high cholesterol?  all these things contribute to ED problems.

2nd point: He MIGHT be embarrassed etc to go to an MD about erectile issues. Thing is there are LEGAL (yes viagra with a prescription) available online (no MD visit, just answer some questions) . Here's a link:

http://www.accessrx.com/   Ive use them myself.

also, you can search and find a bazillion  non fda approved viagra sites (from india etc)... these are dirt cheap. Ive tried these as well, works great also.

 **peak, hope my post was ok, only listed a legal link ? **


anyway, not sure how to bring up the subject but he sounds  like a ton of guys that have issues but just arent comfortable seeking help. I  , how to say this, LOVE sex...and well i just realized things werent like they used to be or should be. I started researching , and that lead me to this site. Lots of good info here as well. Peak got me interested in trying the L-Citrulline as well as a supplement, which increases your nitric oxide levels  (very necessary to maintain errections). I dont claim to be an expert, just a guy that needed to correct some things for myself. Good luck!

fyi:  Haven't seen the original poster.  Your comments on the weight were great.  As you stated, unless he looks like a linebacker, he's probably 40+ pounds overweight and that is going to likely cause issues.

The links was fine as long as accressrx is like kwikmed, i.e. they are licensed and have a medical director behind them; physician review, etc.?  Also, they are located in the U.S., right?

yes they are us based and  you answer medical questions...by an md. ive used them many times w/o problems.
Title: Re: AccessRx for Ordering PDE5 Inhibitors
Post by: PeakT on October 30, 2013, 07:39:26 pm
I split this out and the reason is that many men (in the U.S.) will be interested in knowing how they can order PDE5 Inhibitors legally (from all I understand) AND discreetly.  I actually contacted AccessRx and they said the following:

a) They are based in the U.S.
b) They can legally ship to most states
c) Physicians do the reviews

This sounds pretty similar to Kwikmed:  it is generally more expensive but you save on driving time, doctor's visits, etc.

Here is my review of Kwikmed for those interested:

http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Kwikmed_Review
Title: Re: AccessRx for Ordering PDE5 Inhibitors
Post by: kung_fu_panda on October 30, 2013, 08:30:02 pm
I split this out and the reason is that many men (in the U.S.) will be interested in knowing how they can order PDE5 Inhibitors legally (from all I understand) AND discreetly.  I actually contacted AccessRx and they said the following:

a) They are based in the U.S.
b) They can legally ship to most states
c) Physicians do the reviews

This sounds pretty similar to Kwikmed:  it is generally more expensive but you save on driving time, doctor's visits, etc.

Here is my review of Kwikmed for those interested:

http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Kwikmed_Review

certainly isnt  the cheapest way to fly, but..its there and its legal!
Title: Re: AccessRx for Ordering PDE5 Inhibitors
Post by: Bigjohn on October 31, 2013, 02:09:25 am
Am I missing something here? These guys are a $100 more than I'm paying on a month of daily Cialis. Is the convenience worth it?
Title: Re: AccessRx for Ordering PDE5 Inhibitors
Post by: bzarfas on October 31, 2013, 10:50:36 am
I split this out and the reason is that many men (in the U.S.) will be interested in knowing how they can order PDE5 Inhibitors legally (from all I understand) AND discreetly.  I actually contacted AccessRx and they said the following:

a) They are based in the U.S.
b) They can legally ship to most states
c) Physicians do the reviews

This sounds pretty similar to Kwikmed:  it is generally more expensive but you save on driving time, doctor's visits, etc.

Here is my review of Kwikmed for those interested:

http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Kwikmed_Review
Kwikmed doesn't give their Viagra and Cialis away.  In fact, the price is about a third more than you would pay at a standard online retailer.  For example, Cialis is about $23-24 for three 20 mg tablets at a retail pharmacy but at Kwikmed, you will pay as of this writing $33. [3] That's just too expensive for most kids, or even college students, to abuse
 yet?

4) Viagra
KwikMed offers its patients expert medical advice, complete confidentiality and lower costs on obtaining common medications such as Viagra, Propecia and Ella.


Title: Re: AccessRx for Ordering PDE5 Inhibitors
Post by: kung_fu_panda on October 31, 2013, 02:04:22 pm
Am I missing something here? These guys are a $100 more than I'm paying on a month of daily Cialis. Is the convenience worth it?


im guessing the plus of using them is that you can avoid going to a MD office...for those that get embarrassed and such.