"We handle everything from online diagnosis to the convenient delivery of medication for erectile dysfunction, a condition experienced by over 30 million men," says 26-year-old Zachariah Reitano, co-founder and CEO of Roman. "I was one of them." When Reitano was 17 years old he experienced erectile dysfunction. Instead of hiding his condition out of embarrassment, Reitano consulted his physician father, and discovered it was the first sign of a serious underlying heart condition. "Fortunately I had a dad — who is a doctor and expert in sexual health — I could speak to and confide in," says Reitano. "I wanted to provide that experience for other guys." His solution is Roman: an end-to-end service for men's health. licensed physicians then review each treatment request and if appropriate, write a prescription. For $15, patients complete a five-minute online questionnaire about their medical history. Finally, the Roman Pharmacy Network will ship Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, or a less expensive generic to your home for free, and even set up automatic refills. Reitano likens an erection to a car's "check engine" light. Enter the shape, color, or imprint of your prescription or OTC drug. Our pill identification tool will display pictures that you can compare to your pill. Over the past 5 years my erections have been gradually becoming less hard and more finicky. After hearing that generic Viagra was available I decided to ask my doctor. The first time I took half a pill and it was very effective, so I cut down to a quarter (25 mg). Over the past 5 years my erections have been gradually becoming less hard and more finicky. Still very effective, it's like being in my thirties again. After hearing that generic Viagra was available I decided to ask my doctor. The first time I took half a pill and it was very effective, so I cut down to a quarter (25 mg). Still very effective, it's like being in my thirties again. The only side effect I have is a flushed feeling in the face. Hide Full Comment Comment: After struggling for the past couple of years to have a strong lasting erection I finally asked my doctor to prescribe a medication which was sildenafil 50 mg.
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The long, painful era of stubbornly stiff Viagra prices is finally over. That’s the message from Blink Health, a new, fast-growing e-commerce site that’s bringing transparency to prescription drug prices as it looks to cut their costs. In the case of Viagra, Blink is pointing out that its customers can buy a little-known, generic hypertension pill that contains the active ingredient in Pfizer’s famous male enhancer — at less than a tenth of the retail price. A single, 100 mg Viagra dose typically sells for north of $40 at US pharmacies — a prohibitive markup that has forced many men to either do without or try their luck with overseas sellers of possibly counterfeit pills. But Blink — a New York startup that launched last month with steeply discounted prices on blockbusters like Lipitor and Procor — is offering 20 mg tablets of Sildenafil, Viagra’s active ingredient, for just 76 cents each. That means you can spend a total of $3.80 for five 20 mg tabs of Sildenafil and enjoy the same effects you’d get from a $40 Viagra pill. “If the price is cheaper, it widens access to more patients,” Blink Health CEO Geoffrey Chaiken told The Post. We offer free home delivery or free pickup at a participating pharmacy. Either way, search for your medication on Blink or in our mobile app. Select home delivery or local pickup, and we’ll guide you through the process at checkout. If you're picking up, you'll need your proof of purchase — your Blink Card — which we'll email and text to you after checkout. You can print it out, or just show your phone to the pharmacist. Ask them to process it as the primary payer — you’ll pay nothing at the pharmacy. You won’t need your prescription to complete your purchase, but you do need a valid prescription in order to get your medication. You can use an existing prescription from your doctor or we can help you get prescribed online by a licensed physician after checkout.
Nov 8, 2016. Blink Health is a startup that aims to make generic drugs cheaper. a very New York Post headline “Generic Viagra peddler accused of stiffing. Jan 26, 2018. Roman CEO Zachariah Reitano pitches his start-up to panel of experts on CNBC's "Power Pitch."