Frequently Asked Questions

HAWT

What is HAWT?
Hawt is a digital virtual clinic dedicated to treating most common ailments. Without having to leave the comfort of your house you can set up an appointment and consult with a US licensed physician by using our service.

Cost

How much does consultation cost?
See our pricing section for more details. For sick visits, our consultation cost is $50. The total price of your treatment plan may vary based on the number of doses and shipping frequency prescribed by your doctor.

Erectile Dysfunction

What causes ED?
There are many contributing factors to erectile dysfunction. The causes can be both physical and/or Psychological. Below are some of the most common causes:
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Alcohol and smoking
  • Obesity
  • Prostate problems eg BPH or Prostate cancer or radical prostatectomy
  • Prescription medications especially those prescribed to treat high blood pressure and cholesterol.
  • Psychological issues such as “performance anxiety” or a history of sexual abuse or trauma can also contribute to ED.

Depression & Anxiety

What is depression?
Depression is a common but serious medical illness. Fortunately, it is also treatable. Depression can cause feelings of sadness and/or a loss of interest in activities that were once enjoyable. If the persistent feeling of sadness continues for more than 3 months it needs to be treated as it can interfere with daily life activities.

Hair Loss

What is Male Pattern Baldness?
Male pattern baldness refers to a loss of hair on the scalp in men. It happens as hormone levels change over a man's lifetime, and especially in the later years.

Birth Control

Can I choose between pills, patch or ring for birth control?
After reviewing your medical history, the doctor will recommend the best birth control options for you. You can make the final choice of which method you want to use.

UTI and Genital Herpes

Can you diagnose UTI without running a test?
Yes, Medical research shows that UTI can be diagnosed without running a urine test. It is very important that you answer our questions accurately and honestly to make the right diagnosis.
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