7 questions from our users
What medication u give those who suffer ED problem? Do u guys give long term medications. Don’t want to use levittra or viagra
Hi Amir, thanks for the question.
Unfortunately, I'm not able to mention medications as I'm not a doctor - only they can explain the options. But we do have a wide range of medications available through our pharmacy partners with many possible alternatives.
Please complete a doctor's consult to chat to them about the options:
Let me know if I can help more :)
I use your app if we could have the following
- full profiles of the doctors (where they're from, ID pictures)
- what their doctoring background is
- a star/% rating
We do give you a full bio (via email) when you get assigned your doctor. This includes their interests and background. We don't do it beforehand as we don't want people requesting specific doctors and skewing demands. As for a star rating, it's illegal in Australia to have testimonials for specific doctors (crazy, I know). And as for the last point, not 100% sure what you mean by holistic? Let me know and I'll get straight back to you.
Although I answer Viagra as my prefer medication I am certainly not sure if that is the best treatment for my condition as I have never had any before.
We suggest you talk to your doctor on Pilot and they will help to advise the best treatment (if any) is most suitable for your condition. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any problems speaking to a doctor on PIlot.
I have received medications some months ago today I received more but I never put an order in or had a follow up with doctor just wondering how this is possible
It's normal to receive repeat medications as part of the treatment plan your doctor created for you (many plans come with 2 repeats that ship at regular intervals). That said, you should have received emails before it shipped. Would it be possible to email email@example.com to make sure your email is set up properly? Apologies for any confusion. Regards,
Hi guys I would like to know if pilot are looking into medications for men with secondary fertility problems and low testosterone etc , I was taking clomid overseas for it and stopped ,but would like to know if that is something pilot does ??
We don't do treatments and consultations for male hormone stuff - but it could be a good idea. We'll definitely look into it this year and see if its safe and appropriate for telehealth.
Appreciate the suggestion. Cheers,
I am wondering how well the hair loss products work ... I fall outside the age groups mentioned ... I am young 55 and only started to thin my hair very slowly about 5 years ago ... thanks Ross
Hi Ross, cheers for the question.
The common prescription treatments for hair loss that you can get from any GP in Australia have been shown to work, and these are the kind of treatments available on Pilot. There is plenty of clinical evidence to suggest they are effective.
That said, we suggest you proceed and speak to one of the doctors on Pilot about it. Age might not be a factor, but it's best to talk to the doctor as they are the experts. Simply raise your concerns and questions in your online assessment and a doctor will see that as soon as they review your information, and get back to you accordingly.
Hope that helps,
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