Rex MD Case Study: 42, Married, And Paying Too MuchOctober 3, 2020
We know that it's not easy for guys to talk about erectile dysfunction. After all, that's why we started Rex MD. It's also why we think it's important to share real-world stories and Rex MD reviews from guys dealing with ED.
Robb T writes:
Like many others, my ED journey didn’t just happen overnight. Mine started when I was about 42. It was gradual at first. Then became more and more consistent. I had been married for 7 years at this point, together for 12. Pretty normal sex life by any standards. The first time I couldn’t [perform], it hurt my wife more than it did me. She thought it had something to do with her, or that she just wasn’t “doing it for me” anymore. I assured her that I was just tired and not to worry.
Fast forward a year and the ED issues kept getting worse. If I couldn’t get [an erection], I was losing my erection midway through sex. Our “pretty normal” sex life turned into long periods of abstinence. Sometimes 3 months or more. I knew I couldn’t perform so I didn’t bother trying. She didn’t try because she didn’t want to get her hopes up only to be disappointed. Something had to change.
Finally, I went to my urologist. He gave me a trial of tadalafil [brand-name Cialis®]. I couldn’t believe the effect it had on me. I felt like an 18-year-old again. I told him it worked, and he wrote me a prescription. He also told me that 1) It was pretty expensive and 2) My insurance might not cover it. He was right on both counts. He gave me a 30-day prescription, but my insurance would only cover 6 pills. Six pills cost me $30. I had to get what I could and ration out when I took them. It was far too costly to take one and then have it go to waste. I had to find another solution.
That’s where RexMD comes in. I was scrolling on Facebook one evening and saw an ad for RexMD. I was a little apprehensive to order it, in part, because I had tried another service and their product had virtually no effect. But I decided to give it a try anyway and I am so glad I did. The ordering process was very simple. You answer some questions and your case is reviewed by a doctor. Send some verification documentation and you’re good to go. I get a monthly shipment, so I’m always stocked and ready. I would definitely recommend RexMD if you are having ED issues. Fast, friendly and the price can’t be beat.
Robb's ED experience is common. A slow ED onset that challenges intimate relationships, puts a stop to sex, and goes on for years.
But note: when Robb finally took action, it was worth it on every level.
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