Treat Erectile Dysfunction in 3 Easy Steps
Getting effective treatment for ED shouldn’t have to be hard. We keep it fuss-free, discreet and convenient for you.
Doctor-Prescribed ED Medication
Speak to a men’s health GP on the DA app for support. Get advice on which approved ED medication is most suitable for you and your treatment.
ED Problem is more common than you think
More than 50% of men in Singapore will experience ED at least once in their lives
What is Erectile Dysfunction?
ED is the inability to get or maintain an erection during sex. A common reason for ED is when blood flow to your penis is impacted – possibly caused by age, underlying health conditions, or even tobacco and alcohol use. ED can also be caused by mental health stressors.
How is Erectile Dysfunction treated?
No treatment plan is the same – your doctor will tailor a personalised plan, based on your lifestyle habits and health condition. MOH-approved ED medication is one of our treatment options, along with lifestyle changes or adjusting the dosage of any other medication you’re taking.
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How much does it cost to consult a doctor on the DA app?
Video consultations with a licensed GP are:
– Standard Hours (6:00am to 8:59pm): $21.80 nett
– After-Hours (9:00pm to 5:59am): $49.05 nett
What are the symptoms of ED?
Common symptoms of ED include having persistent trouble getting an erection or sustaining an erection. You may also experience a reduction in sexual desire.
How does a doctor diagnose ED remotely?
Our doctors can diagnose ED over video-call by assessing your medical history as well as speaking to you about the symptoms you’re experiencing.
Does ED medication have any side effects?
ED medication does have some side effects, although these are typically quite mild and brief. Common side effects of ED medication include headaches, dizziness, stomach discomfort and body aches.
If you are experiencing more severe side effects, do speak to your doctor to adjust your dosage or change your prescribed medication.