Considering Rugiet Ready as your new treatment for erectile dysfunction? Here are some questions we get from people beginning their journey to better sex with Rugiet Ready:
· What is the best way to know if Rugiet Ready is right for me?
· What will disqualify me from a Rugiet Ready prescription?
· How do I know what strength to choose?
The best way to find out if Rugiet Ready is right for you is to complete the online medical questionnaire for a board-certified doctor in Rugiet Health’s network to evaluate and determine if it’s a good fit. They will only prescribe if they are certain that it won’t cause harm.
You may also want to check with your primary care physician or urologist to be certain, especially if you have been diagnosed with a comorbid condition such as high blood pressure. If you choose to double check with your personal doctor, we have some educational information for you to present during your visit. They can also call or email us if they want to investigate further.
Here are some things the doctors at Rugiet Health consider when they review your answers to the online medical questionnaire:
· Your current list of medications
· Comorbid conditions (if any)
· Lifestyle choices (smoking, drinking, drug use, etc.)
· Severity of your E.D.
· Prior experience with erectile dysfunction medications
Rugiet Ready is customizable, so if you are allergic to, or simply dislike, one of the active ingredients, you can lower the strength or completely omit that ingredient from your formulation. You can request omission when you sign up. You can also make a request through your member portal after signing up by messaging your Rugiet doctor.
What Will Disqualify Me from A Rugiet Ready Prescription?
If a doctor from Rugiet Health finds anything that might indicate a health risk/concern, they may deny your prescription or follow up for more information if need be.
You may be disqualified from a Rugiet Ready prescription if you are on certain medications. Rugiet Ready can interact with the following commonly prescribed medications. This is not an all-inclusive list. Be sure to include all medications that you take in the online medical questionnaire when you sign up. If your medication list changes, be sure to message your doctor to keep them informed.
· nitroglycerin (Gonitro, Nitrolingual, NitroMist, Nitrostat)
· isosorbide mononitrate (Imdur, Ismo, Monoket)
· isosorbite dinitrate (Dilatrate-SR, Isordil, Isordil Titradose)
· nitrites or alkyl nitrites known as “poppers” or “rush”
Guanylate cyclase stimulators
· riociguat (Adempas)
· alfuzasin (Uroxatral)
· doxazosin (Cadura)
· dutasteride and tamulosin (Jalyn)
· prazosin (Minipress)
· silodosin (Rapaflo)
· terazosin (Hytrin)
Protease inhibitors (for HIV treatment)
· atazanavir (Reyataz)
· darunavir (Prezista)
· fosamprenavir (Lexiva)
· indinavir (Crixivan)
· lopinavir/ritonavir (Kaletra)
· nelfinavir (Viracept)
· ritonavir (Norvir)
· saquinavir (Invirase)
· tipranavir (Aptivus)
· atazanavir/cobicistat (Evotaz)
· darunavir/cobicistat (Prezcobix)
· ketoconazole (Nizoral)
· itraconazole (Sporanox)
· clarithromycin (Biaxin)
· telithromycin (Ketek)
All blood pressure medications can potentially cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure when used with Rugiet Ready and should be included in your medication list.
Read more about drug interactions here.
How Do I Know What Strength to Choose?
When you sign up for Rugiet Ready, you will be given 4 initial options to choose from that can be further customized upon request.
These strength options are:
1. LOW: 40 mg sildenafil + 14 mg tadalafil + 2 mg APO
2. MEDIUM: 65 mg sildenafil + 22 mg tadalafil + 2 mg APO
3. MOST POPULAR: 80 mg sildenafil + 22 mg tadalafil + 3 mg APO
4. MAX: 110 mg sildenafil + 22 mg tadalafil + 3 mg APO
Your doctor will consider your preference based on your answers to the online medical questionnaire and will prescribe accordingly. They will follow up with you if they have any questions or concerns. If you end up needing a dose adjustment after you receive your order, you can request one by messaging your doctor through your member portal.
Since everyone is different, we cannot provide specific advice on choosing your dose strength. However, consider the following as you select your dose strength:
· Have you tried E.D. medications before? If so, what worked and what didn’t?
· What is the severity of your E.D.? Can you achieve erections some of the time, rarely, never?
Generally, if you haven’t tried E.D. medications before, we would recommend starting with one of the first two options: low or medium.
If you have tried E.D. medications before with some success, you may opt for medium or most popular.
If you are having trouble experiencing success with E.D. medications such as single-ingredient pills of sildenafil at high doses, you may opt for most popular or max.
At the end of the day, it’s for you and your doctor to decide. These guidelines are to help you consider where you stand in your journey to taking control of your sexual health.