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Reputable online supplier for Tadalafil?

User
Posted 12 May 2021 at 08:07

My local CCG will not allow my GP to prescribe to me the 5mg daily dose of Tadalafil as part of my ED recovery after surgery. The best he can do is a 10mg tablet ever 3 days. I’m splitting the 10mg tablets and taking 1/2 each day leaving a short fall of 4 tablets a month. Going to try and buy some online to make up the numbers. 

Can anyone recommend a cheap, reliable and reputable supplier please. Hear lots of horror stories about buying medication online so want to get it right. 

 

Thanks 

User
Posted 17 May 2021 at 12:59

I have used Assured Pharmacy for some years now. They are reliable and take great care over the diagnosis.

User
Posted 17 May 2021 at 20:27

The kamagra link I posted is basically the same website and they are incredibly reliable and cheap and postage is cheap too....

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User
Posted 14 May 2021 at 10:56

kamagra-uk24.com 

You need to do a bank transfer once you select your products etc but they are very good and have tadafil etc and are reliable. Have used them for a good few years. Till I look mainly for invicorp now, few contacts use them too on recommendation. You can chat to them on WhatsApp too.

User
Posted 14 May 2021 at 11:43

I was cautious too…I’ve used MedExpress as few times without issues. Got recommended them by another patient who had surgery about a year before me. 

They seem to check out with all the regulatory rubber stamps.

Edited by member 14 May 2021 at 11:48  | Reason: Not specified

User
Posted 14 May 2021 at 13:23
Dr Fox is UK and very reliable. Not as cheap as some others but not too costly. I’ve used many of the cheap sites over the years with no problems though. I think Kamagra UK was the best. It’s the real stuff but from India

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User
Posted 16 May 2021 at 04:15
You know if you are diagnosed with cancer you are entitled to free prescriptions for life, whatever your age.

This would include various tablets, potions, injections, pumps, etc., for erectile dysfunction.

Cheers, John.

User
Posted 16 May 2021 at 11:00
Well not quite for life - the prescription exemption certificate only lasts for 5 years. However, if at renewal point you are still being treated for cancer (or being treated for the side effects of cancer treatment) then you can apply for another 5 years, etc., etc.
"Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards." Soren Kierkegaard

User
Posted 17 May 2021 at 12:59

I have used Assured Pharmacy for some years now. They are reliable and take great care over the diagnosis.

User
Posted 17 May 2021 at 20:27

The kamagra link I posted is basically the same website and they are incredibly reliable and cheap and postage is cheap too....

User
Posted 22 Aug 2021 at 19:24

I have used Simple Online Pharmacy for 3 years now with absolutely no issues. They are £66.95 for 84 x 5mg Tadalafil Daily. Don't know about others, did originally look around but SOP were cheapest then and are based in UK.

User
Posted 22 Aug 2021 at 19:44

Originally Posted by: Online Community Member
Well not quite for life - the prescription exemption certificate only lasts for 5 years. However, if at renewal point you are still being treated for cancer (or being treated for the side effects of cancer treatment) then you can apply for another 5 years, etc., etc.

Just needs to get you to 60, though (in England) because then it’s free anyway 🙂.

Cheers,

Chris

 

User
Posted 22 Aug 2021 at 19:51

A note of caution. A survey of over 10,000 online pharmacies by the FDA in the US (their medicines regulatory authority) found that 97% of them were operating illegally. I’d hesitate personally to buy prescription medicine online. Faking medicines is big business, and who knows whether that package you get online from India (or wherever) actually does contain what it claims to?

I wouldn’t risk it myself.

Chris

 

User
Posted 22 Aug 2021 at 21:58
I don't really understand why people buy the ED tablets online - if they can't get a prescription from their GP or ED nurse because of some stupid local CCG decision (which is a scandal anyway) why not just get a private prescription?
"Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards." Soren Kierkegaard

User
Posted 22 Aug 2021 at 22:48

Hi Lyn

Have a private prescription from my GP which he doesn't charge me the £12 for, but I still have to buy the Tadalafil as Private Prescription medication is not free. My local chemist is really good and cheaper (£87) than Boots etc., who wanted £146 for the same 84 tablets. So I have an NHS prescription for 4 x 100mg Sildenafil per month for "events", though at moment don't often need them, and the PS for daily Tadalafil.

User
Posted 22 Aug 2021 at 23:11

Originally Posted by: Online Community Member

A survey of over 10,000 online pharmacies by the FDA in the US (their medicines regulatory authority) found that 97% of them were operating illegally.

I'd take that with a pinch of salt. I don't doubt 9,700 don't have a FDA licence, so would be illegal to supply drugs in the USA, but maybe they aren't intending to supply drugs to the USA. For example we have several major high street chains with an online presence but I can't find their FDA license.

Dave

User
Posted 23 Aug 2021 at 00:35
Their definition was: “Illegal pharmacies are defined as those that operate without certification, prescribe drugs without adhering to legal guidelines, or knowingly distribute counterfeit medicines.”.

Cheers,

Chris

User
Posted 23 Aug 2021 at 13:59

Originally Posted by: Online Community Member

Hi Lyn

Have a private prescription from my GP which he doesn't charge me the £12 for, but I still have to buy the Tadalafil as Private Prescription medication is not free. My local chemist is really good and cheaper (£87) than Boots etc., who wanted £146 for the same 84 tablets. So I have an NHS prescription for 4 x 100mg Sildenafil per month for "events", though at moment don't often need them, and the PS for daily Tadalafil.

Oh okay, so the men buying tadalafil online all have a private prescription to do that? I was aware that a private prescription requires you to pay for the meds as well - I have had private prescriptions in the past - but I hadn't understood the buying cialis online thing. Thank you 😊 

"Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards." Soren Kierkegaard

User
Posted 23 Aug 2021 at 14:42

The system for buying prescription medicines online seems to be that you place your order on the website and you are at that point asked some medical questions, for example Lanzaprazole for indigestion "How long have you had it?", "is it accompanied by pains in the left arm?" etc. This is then reviewed by their in house doctor who creates a private prescription for you. How thorough the review is is questionable, but the law has been complied with and no medicine is despatched without a prescription. 

Dave

User
Posted 23 Aug 2021 at 16:02

Since PDE5 inhibitors are available over the counter in the form of Viagra Connect (albeit at extortionate pricing), there is no valid argument for any of the others to require a prescription.

User
Posted 23 Aug 2021 at 16:13

They asked my GP's details and did check with him in my case. My GP wanted confirmation from my oncology team that what I was asking was OK then he issued a Private Prescription. I am sure you could have probably got the order without the GP's involvement but I didn't have a problem with him in the loop. Since my first order they now just review my details and get me to confirm the questions they ask and accept the order.

Mike

 
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