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Author Topic: ED Meds online vs. Pharmacy  (Read 576 times)

The recent thread about Spedra prompted me to ask if anyone using ED meds has found that the product they buy online is poorer quality/ is less effective than the ones they buy from Asda/Lloyds etc.? A brief review of the costs per tablet makes me wonder why anyone would want to buy from the more expensive chemists/supermarket. A recent confirmation of my Type 2 diabetes has me thinking of future effects, although its been a while since I last jumped into the punting quagmire.  :hi:

Offline yorkshire123

The recent thread about Spedra prompted me to ask if anyone using ED meds has found that the product they buy online is poorer quality/ is less effective than the ones they buy from Asda/Lloyds etc.? A brief review of the costs per tablet makes me wonder why anyone would want to buy from the more expensive chemists/supermarket. A recent confirmation of my Type 2 diabetes has me thinking of future effects, although its been a while since I last jumped into the punting quagmire.  :hi:

My reason for buying from a more expensive on-line chemist is simply because i can pick them up as extra deliveries are not an option.
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xanadu

When I googled Ed Meds my AVG virus detector nearly went barmy listing (and removing) threats

Basically the answer to your question is that if you want the genuine Viagra, Ciallis, Spedra, &c. you will pay more or less the same price wherever you go, except that if you order online you may have to pay an extra fee for the prescription.  If you are satisfied with generic viagra the q

xanadu

sorry - pressed the wrong button

If you order online the quality of the generic drug may well not be as good as that from the High Street shop. The other ED drugs (Ciallis, Levitra, Spedra etc) are still protected under patent, and any generic forms available online will probably be rubbish.

Offline Tonyleung

Generic viagra is dirt cheap from supermarkets  - under £3 for 100 Mgs tablet - and you could break that into quarters if you wanted.

Offline Flunt

I buy Kamagra online without any problems. I was going to post a link but wasn't sure if it counts as advertising.


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