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ED Meds: Why Easy Refills Are Better than Locked-In Subscriptions

When ordering Viagra or other male impotence drugs online, men need to decide whether to opt for a pay-as-you-go system or to lock themselves into a monthly subscription program. 

Men ordering erectile dysfunction drugs online these days can choose to buy what they need when they need it or instead sign up for a subscription plan that will deliver a set number of tablets at the same time every month. If you choose the latter option, those deliveries will continue until you cancel your subscription.

And that assumes, of course, that you’re dealing with a reputable online facilitator that can be relied upon to supply authentic FDA-approved drugs such as Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, or the generic equivalents of one of those three.

Both Have Pros and Cons

Both online plans have their proponents. With a monthly prescription, you won’t have to remind yourself each month to order your refills. However, a regular monthly subscription makes some assumptions about your sex life that may not necessarily pan out. If you’ve signed up for six Viagra — or sildenafil citrate — tablets a month, won’t you begin to build up an unneeded surplus if your love life takes a turn for the worse?

Or suppose, you finally meet that special someone — spouse material, you’re hoping — and your love life heats up to the point that six pills a month doesn’t even begin to cover your monthly needs. What then?

Subscriptions Can Be Modified

Of course, subscriptions can always be modified, but that can be a hassle, especially if your sex life varies significantly from month to month.

Longtime online facilitator eDrugstore.com has been in business since the late 1990s and has always supplied its customers needs on an on-demand basis.  You pay for what you need right now, and if you need more a week from now, you can quickly log into your eDrugstore account and order an appropriate-sized refill.

This gives the typical eDrugstore customer far greater flexibility than someone locked into a monthly subscription plan. If the ED drug you’ve been using is no longer getting the job done, it’s relatively simple to make the switch to another ED drug.

eDrugstore Offers Broader Selection

Unlike some of its subscription-based competitors, eDrugstore offers a full range of brand-name ED medications, as well as all the generic ED drugs currently approved for sale in the United States. This means that you can choose from not only Viagra and Cials — and their generic alternatives — but Levitra, Staxyn, and Strendra as well.

No matter which ED drug you choose, you’ll need a prescription to purchase it. If you already have a prescription from your doctor, you can fax it or scan and email it to eDrugstore along with your order. If you don’t yet have a prescription and feel uncomfortable discussing such intimate matters with your doctor, eDrugstore has got you covered.

Complimentary Online Consultations

The online facilitator can arrange a complimentary online consultation with a U.S. physician licensed to practice in your state. Fill out a questionnaire detailing your current symptoms and medical history, as well as a list of all medications — prescription and over-the-counter — that you’re taking.

If the doctor determines that a prescription for Viagra or another PDE5 inhibitor is appropriate, he or she will authorize it. You decide on the dosage strength and the amount of drug you’ll need, and eDrugstore will discreetly package up the medication and ship it — free of charge — to your home or office address. Need it more quickly? Pay an additional fee for expedited shipping.

The choice is yours. Think carefully before deciding whether a locked-in subscription plan or a pay-as-you-go program with easy refills better suits your needs. If you opt for the latter, visit eDrugstore’s Erectile Dysfunction page to learn more.

Don Amerman has spent more than three decades in the business of writing and editing. During the last 15 years, his focus has been on freelance writing. For almost all of his writing, He has done all of his own research, both online and off, including telephone and face-to-face interviews where possible. Don Amerman on Google+