Can I Get Viagra Through Repeat Prescription NHS?

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Is Viagra available on the NHS prescription?

Sildenafil, the generic version of Viagra, is available for some men through the repeat prescription NHS, under certain conditions.

It actually depends on the definition of “getting treated on the NHS”. Viagra, the brand name product of Pfizer, is not available on the NHS prescription. It can only be bought through private prescription. A GP affiliated with NHS may also charge a fee for issuing a private prescription for Viagra.

The generic version Sildenafil is available for treating Erectile Dysfunction on the NHS. It has been made available by the UK Department of Health in the year 2014 after consulting a doctor.

However, Sildenafil through NHS is not available to everybody with Erectile Dysfunction. Men with certain conditions are entitled to get Viagra on repeat prescription NHS.

Men with diabetes, polio, spinal bifida, prostate cancer, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis or Huntington’s disease are eligible for buy Viagra on the NHS prescription. It is also made available for some men who have undergone surgical interventions such as prostatectomy, pelvic surgery, kidney transplant, and haemodialysis.

The amount of generic version Sildenafil issued on the repeat prescription NHS is four pills per month. Your prescribing doctor will need to monitor your usage of the medicine and its rate of success after using it.

The most convenient and easier alternative for men who are not entitled to Sildenafil on the repeat prescription NHS is to buy Viagra online. This particular method enables them to maintain complete privacy and saves them unnecessary trips to their pharmacy.

One option that can help you get Viagra online is PharmaDoctor, an online doctor service. Pharmacy Outlet, a UK’s registered online pharmacy offers Viagra after getting prescription from PharmaDoctor.

Situated at 40 London Road, Blackwater, Camberley, Surrey GU17 9AA, Pharmacy Outlet is operated by the Pharmacentric Limited. You can call on 03333 222 400 to know more about NHS and private prescription service.

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