Looking For A Doctor To Help With Erectile Dysfunction

18 posts in this topic

 So, I'm looking for a doctor here in Berlin that will perscribe me Viagra, quite honestly. I'm an otherwise quite healthy 25 year old, and I was in the hospital not long ago and had full work ups done on my blood and the usual range of things that can be tested for. So other than a bit of titanium in my ankle, I'm healthy.

 

 My full sexual history is not important, but this is an ongoing problem to say the least. And yes, I understand that this is likely some sort of mental issue, rather than a physical one. I don't really care too much. It's not been an issue really, as I'm not a very sexual person, but I'm currently in a long term relationship and while things down there SOMETIMES work, it's not regular. I'd like to change that and make certain parts of me work properly.

 

 However I would like to just say quickly to everyone rushing to type something in the comments (as has happened before when I've brought up this topic) about suggesting either some type of therapy and/or warning me about taking something like Viagra at such a young age that please don't. I have nothing but respect for therapy but I don't have the time and more importantly I can't afford any form of recurring therapy, so that's out. And yes, I know that I could become reliant on a drug like this and could lead to problems later on. I know. I have the problems already, though, so I wouldn't mind not having them for a while.

 

 So while I appreciate any concern, if you're not going to recommend a doctor, please don't bother leaving a reply. I hope that doesn't sound too rude, but I'm here with a specific goal in mind.

 

 The doctor doesn't HAVE to be English speaking, but it would be a big plus. Also, I will be paying out of pocket, so if you happen to know an affordable doctor or one who takes pity on people with bad insurance policies, that would be great. Hopefully this will only be one visit and a perscription for now, but again, I don't have a lot of money to throw around.

 

 Sorry for the long rant, but this has been a bit of an issue and I really don't know where to go in Berlin, so if you have any suggestions I am all ears.

3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Ah yes, I should have mentioned in the original post, but I don't have a doctor at all. Other than that trip to the hospital I mentioned I haven't been to a doctor in years.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Get one. Or are you not legally insured in Germany? Any GP can give you advice. 

 

I do sympathize with your situation.

 

On the other hand, therapy can be covered by your insurance. Again, ask your GP. As for having no time....that is just bullshit if it is a matter of your quality of life.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
47 minutes ago, CaptinSir said:

I don't have a doctor at all.

 

Bundesärztekammer - Arztsuche in Deutschland

To find a GP just put your PLZ and City in, select Hausärzt or Allgemeine Mediziner from the option choices and in Erweiterte Suche if you wish you can select Englisch under Sprache (or maybe under Fremdsprache).

 

When you call to make an appointment be sure to tell the receptionist you are a Selbstzahler. On dealing with a new patient they sometimes prefer that coz they don't have to go through the rigmarole of setting up another insurance claiming file. I used to find new (to me) practise staff more willing to fit me in when I was a self-payer.

 

BTW, there's no need to worry about having to go through a long Q & A session with the doc.

 

German doctors do feel obligated to go through the official motions, but they love to save earning time for the next patient more, so they respond to polite instructions as well as many other folks here do.

 

Just tell him, or her, you've heard the questions from other doctors before you came to Germany and had the therapeutic options explained and do understand he has to go through the list and check you've understood which you have, so he should please just write you a prescription and you'll be happy to report back on the results if you've any reason to.

 

Good luck and be sure to enjoy yourselves.B)

 

2B

4

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thank you, 2B, for the wonderful detailed explenation, as well as being one of the only people on this website who actually answers the questions that are asked.

2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You're welcome and danke für die Blumen!

 

Maybe you haven't been here long enough to know yet

but I'm just...

 

3 minutes ago, CaptinSir said:

one of the many people on this website who actually answer the questions

 

FTFY

2B

2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

If I was you I´d see a urologist. They are the ones into whose realm your problem falls (and to some degree neurologists).

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You could pop over to the UK where it’s now possible to buy Viagra without a prescription.

 

https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/viagra-buy-without-prescription-over-counter-uk-pharmacies-male-impotence-erectile-dysfunction-a8275461.html

 

While there are risks to buying medication online, before they were freely available at chemists in the UK, I’ve bought generic Kamagra and Cialis that way and I’ve been fine. Check sites on Truspilot and make sure they have at least 90% positive ratings and write ups which span months or years. There is a chance that you’ll lose money as sites close down, so the first order you’ll place should be for the smallest amount. Usually the generic drugs come from India or other counties where one doesn’t need a prescription and they tend to be the real thing.

1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
12 hours ago, Herr Schnitzel said:

... they tend to be the real thing.

 

Tend?  That is so (not) funny.

 

The body is a temple folks... not treating it as such can end in pain and distress.

3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Of course there would be some finger wagging by people who’ve never done that thing in response to some considered advice from someone who has done this very thing many times.

 

LukeSkywalker, nowhere in that article is there anything about buying pills online, this is about an intravenous drug which this guy presumably got from a health professional and it’s about a condition which can have several causes. It’s not something I’ve ever seen available online.

 

optimista, your body my well be a temple, mine is an amusement park and I’m still healthy in my mid-50s. If the pills don’t tend to be the real thing than it’s some herbal crap and in a worst case scenario, it simply does nothing.

 

In the end the OP can make up their own mind. I just thought I’d share my two cents as someone who has some experience with this. All meds and drugs come with risks, allergies etc and I won’t pretend there is no risk in this. As someone active in the BDSM scene for many years I can tell you that lots of people into that lifestyle get generic viagra, etc online and they are fine. It may well shock you to hear that I’ve also engaged in recreational drug use for many years and just because there is the odd high profile case of someone dying after doing ecstasy doesn’t mean millions of people are going to die, doing the same every weekend. See also, driving cars, doing sports, having sex, we take calculated risks all the time, most of the time we are ok. 

 

I’ll leave it here and you can be as judgamental as you like from here on, based on absolutely zero personal experience in the matter.

 

 

 

 

1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2 hours ago, Herr Schnitzel said:

As someone active in the BDSM scene...

It may well shock you to hear...

 

...just because there is the odd high profile case of someone dying after doing ecstasy doesn’t mean millions of people are going to die...

...you can be as judgamental as you like...

You like pain. Fair enough.

Shock? Nah..

Tell that to their mums.

Not judging anybody, but would not encourage what you suggest.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

To op- just be aware that certain medical conditions preclude you from taking Viagra or Cialis. You say you are healthy, but read the info that lists these conditions.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 14/06/2018, 12:29:54, optimista said:

Yep. Do not buy meds over the Internet. Please.

 

In general, I agree, but there are many legit German pharmacies that sell online.

 

You can compare prices on German drugs on medizinfuchs.de, for example for sildenafil: https://www.medizinfuchs.de/?params%5Bsearch%5D=sildenafil&params%5Bsearch_cat%5D=1  and find out which are the cheapest brands without having to go out and interrogate your local pharmacist. You can then either order online from one of the pharmacies that work with medizinfuchs (they are legit and will ask for a prescription if the drug is not OTC) or just go to a brick and mortar's pharmacy and ask for the cheapest generic now that you know which one it is. Remember that although doctors prescribe a certain brand, you are free to buy a cheaper one, and, as Viagra's patent has expired in Germany, the prices for generic sildenafil and Viagra are a world apart. There's no generic Cialis available in Germany yet though.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now