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Author Topic: Viagra Price at Asda  (Read 3357 times)

Offline Minder

Was at Adsa few weeks back and got the cheaper generic brand 4x tabs for £2.50,  but pharmacist said she could do orig Viagra 4x tabs £10

Any way go back other day and she says the price is £25 for 4x orig Viagra.

Can anyone confirm how much they have paid recently for 4x orig Viagra.

Also is there a huge difference?

thanks 
« Last Edit: August 11, 2014, 06:29:35 PM by Minder »

Offline bestbefore

Viagra = Sildenafil.

No point in paying extra for the brand name. It is exactly the same chemical.

Mind you, the price of Sildenafil does fluctuate. A couple of months ago I paid £20 for 16, this week they charged me £32.

But still a lot cheaper than Viagra used to be.

Offline Minder

Viagra = Sildenafil.

No point in paying extra for the brand name. It is exactly the same chemical.

Mind you, the price of Sildenafil does fluctuate. A couple of months ago I paid £20 for 16, this week they charged me £32.

But still a lot cheaper than Viagra used to be.

cheers for reply mate, I take it those prices are for 100mg tabs ?

as in theory I should be getting 16 50mg for £10.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Was at Adsa few weeks back and got the cheaper generic brand 4x tabs for £2.50,  but pharmacist said she could do orig Viagra 4x tabs £10

Any way go back other day and she says the price is £25 for 4x orig Viagra.


If anyone can get four genuine Viagra for £10 you have got the bargain of the year, I pay that for copies.

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Offline LL

First time I went to Asda for Sildenafil Citrate (a year ago?) I was charged £2.50 per 4 pills, so £10 in total for 16.  On my subsequent trips to the same Asda I have been charged £9 per 4 of exactly the same pills.  When I have queried it they told me that I must have been undercharged on my first visit.

Offline Minder

Some guy came to me they say they no good for sex then take viagra but can.t cum very bad for me i feel pain long sex.

sounds about right boom boom long time  :P

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Offline bestbefore

cheers for reply mate, I take it those prices are for 100mg tabs ?

as in theory I should be getting 16 50mg for £10.

No, I get 50mg. Those costs were for 16x 50mg.

But if you can get 16 x 50mg Sildenafil for £10, let me know where! That would be a great price.

Offline Jimmyredcab

On the Dr Fox website Sildenafil are priced at £17-80 for 8 100mg pills.

You can buy a pill splitter if you only need 50mg.

http://www.doctorfox.co.uk/erectile-dysfunction/viagra.html


  so these days you can just buy them over the counter at Asda pharmacy ie no prescription & instead of off the internet?

Red

Offline Owwhatanight

I paid £9.00 for 4x100gr in East mids Asda

  so these days you can just buy them over the counter at Asda pharmacy ie no prescription & instead of off the internet?

Red

Not quite. If you go into Asda and request meds for ed you'll need to complete a brief qualifying interview with the pharmacist before being allowed to buy. It's not tricky or lengthy but it seems it's mandatory.

Offline LL

I paid £9.00 for 4x100gr in East mids Asda
I think you mean 4x100mg, otherwise you'd have to cut each pill into a thousand pieces for the maximum dose.  :dance:

password02

Not quite. If you go into Asda and request meds for ed you'll need to complete a brief qualifying interview with the pharmacist before being allowed to buy. It's not tricky or lengthy but it seems it's mandatory.

Full ID is also required now as seen on recent reports - Asda pharmacy person does the 10 minute interview with the questionnaire and then if all good they wil want ID and also your GP name and address to add to your medical notes - All P&C

So if you do not want to show ID or give out any personal details such as GP name and address then best to get from the internet

Offline LL

Full ID is also required now as seen on recent reports - Asda pharmacy person does the 10 minute interview with the questionnaire and then if all good they wil want ID and also your GP name and address to add to your medical notes - All P&C

So if you do not want to show ID or give out any personal details such as GP name and address then best to get from the internet
In my experience it's the other way around.  I.e. I've been able to obtain Sildenafil from Asda anonymously using a false name and address.  I politely decline to give them my GP details.  They still sell me the pills - last time I went was 3 weeks ago.
Online pharmacies on the other hand - well they need your real name and real address in order to send the pills to you - so you must give out personal details to buy from the Internet.

password02

In my experience it's the other way around.  I.e. I've been able to obtain Sildenafil from Asda anonymously using a false name and address.  I politely decline to give them my GP details.  They still sell me the pills - last time I went was 3 weeks ago.
Online pharmacies on the other hand - well they need your real name and real address in order to send the pills to you - so you must give out personal details to buy from the Internet.

Thanks LL I stand corrected - how did you get away with the false details as I assumed that they checked the details on the internet as they will have links to the GP records etc?

Offline Toby

I think you mean 4x100mg, otherwise you'd have to cut each pill into a thousand pieces for the maximum dose.  :dance:

No, he's right. It's the new size.




Offline LL

Thanks LL I stand corrected - how did you get away with the false details as I assumed that they checked the details on the internet as they will have links to the GP records etc?
They will store the details you give to them and send them off to another company which deals with the prescription (I forget the name - something like Dr Tom). The will advise you to contact your GP so that your records there are updated accordingly. Your NHS records are private and no pharmacy can obtain them without your written permission. I guess they could write to your GP though - which is why I don't give them the details for mine.

Sorry don't mean to come to this thread a correct everyone like and smart ass!
« Last Edit: August 13, 2014, 08:06:40 AM by LL »

Offline Jimmyredcab


Online pharmacies on the other hand - well they need your real name and real address in order to send the pills to you - so you must give out personal details to buy from the Internet.

If you buy ANYTHING online you need to give your name and address, not exactly "personal details".    :crazy:

On the Doctor Fox site you have to fill out an online questionnaire, they don't ask for details of your GP.

Offline mh

No, he's right. It's the new size.




That would be silly - you can't split a capsule. It must be like "cake":
http://youtu.be/WwylBRucU7w?t=3m38s
 :cool:

« Last Edit: August 13, 2014, 10:39:36 AM by mh »

Offline LL

If you buy ANYTHING online you need to give your name and address, not exactly "personal details".    :crazy:
Except that's it's not just anything though is it? It's a prescriptions controlled drug that some of us don't want wives / girlfriends being made aware of. Sure the medication will arrive in plain packaging but what about getting future mailings from Dr Fox. Something else to conceal from other people in the same household. No thanks.

And if a name and address are not classed as personal details, i.e details about your person then I'm not sure what they would be classed as. Perhaps you're just looking to start an argument but I won't take your bait.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Except that's it's not just anything though is it? It's a prescriptions controlled drug that some of us don't want wives / girlfriends being made aware of. Sure the medication will arrive in plain packaging but what about getting future mailings from Dr Fox.

Dr Fox do not spam you or send unwanted junk mail, my first order was 6 months ago and they have never contacted me.  :hi:

Offline Jimmyredcab

That would be silly - you can't split a capsule.


I have never see Sildenafil in capsule form, they normally look like this, very easy to split with a pill splitter ------


just wish they would work better for me  :unknown:


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