How to Get a Prescription
By now, you may have decided to have your VIAGRA (sildenafil citrate) Talk. This can be with your regular doctor. Or you can talk to a specialist like a urologist. VIAGRA isn’t right for everyone, but either doctor can prescribe VIAGRA if they decide it’s right for you. And you will need a prescription.
BEWARE OF OFFERS FOR VIAGRA WITH “NO PRESCRIPTION."
You can only get VIAGRA with a prescription from your doctor or healthcare provider. Dispensing VIAGRA with no prescription is illegal. And buying it without one is unsafe. Instead of VIAGRA, you may get a dangerous counterfeit that can potentially cause you harm.
Learn more about the potential dangers of counterfeits
If you need help finding a urologist, visit the American Urological Association Foundation (AUAF).*
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AM I COVERED BY INSURANCE?
The retail price of VIAGRA can vary depending on your pharmacy. Your insurance plan can affect the cost, too.
As of July 2013, VIAGRA was covered on 69% of insured lives (including Tier 2, Tier 3, Step Edit and PA status).
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