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Author Topic: Where to buy viagra safely?  (Read 2154 times)

Online Tallboy2

Did a search on viagra here but links in the threads are old and dead. So my question where is a safe online pleace to buy viagra or similar drug please?

I use Assured Pharmacy and find the process to be simple and quick.

I  use Lloyds on line pharmacy, sent in the post or collected at a pharmacy. No problems so far.

Offline two20

I use Euro Medication, works fine for me.


I always use lloyds online - collect it from local pharmacy,  just go in and say i'm here to pick up an internet order.  they all know what it is but i have no shame whatsoever.


Offline Midlane

Why do you need to buy it online anywhere?

You go to your doctor, talk about ED and you get a prescription for the generic stuff. They still give them free for over 60s at the peak of their earnings, so there shouldn't be any need for problems.

Then once it's on your record, you just do a repeat when you need more - no need to take up the GP's time with an appointment every time.

ASDA - just have to answer a few medical questions. Its then easy to get repeat 'prescriptions'

Online Tallboy2

Thanks I didn't realise I could just go to the chemist and buy it!

Thanks I didn't realise I could just go to the chemist and buy it!

You do have to have a consultation with a qualified pharmacist... It's not like just buying cough medicine. It's quick, easy and is just 3 mins of health-based questions. They will need to know who your GP is though. To be honest, it will only get a bit fiddly if you are intending lying about your age or identity - assuming you are not up to anything shifty you may as well get them from Asda pharmacy : quick and cheap

jcdmj12

You do have to have a consultation with a qualified pharmacist... It's not like just buying cough medicine. It's quick, easy and is just 3 mins of health-based questions. They will need to know who your GP is though. To be honest, it will only get a bit fiddly if you are intending lying about your age or identity - assuming you are not up to anything shifty you may as well get them from Asda pharmacy : quick and cheap

Lloyds don't even ask who your GP is, which is useful because tbh I don't really want it on my medical record  (for various reasons that won't apply to most people).  I wasn't sure they'd prescribe is I'm below the recommended age. I don't need it for a single pope one-on-one, but a 4-hour fuckfest or party it's handy.  I can't really tell the doc that though.   :sarcastic:

jcdmj12

I always use lloyds online - collect it from local pharmacy,  just go in and say i'm here to pick up an internet order.  they all know what it is but i have no shame whatsoever.

+1, pharmacists won't give a toss anyway, they sell loads of the stuff. It's like buying condoms, only awkward for the sale staff if you get embarrassed.

Offline The_Don

Did a search on viagra here but links in the threads are old and dead. So my question where is a safe online pleace to buy viagra or similar drug please?


Thanks I didn't realise I could just go to the chemist and buy it!

https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=8661.0

Both the below options + more out there  :unknown:



Ok so you have two options (that I know of). Going to your GP or Go to Asda.




Offline iwtc

I  use Lloyds on line pharmacy, sent in the post or collected at a pharmacy. No problems so far.
I always use lloyds online - collect it from local pharmacy,  just go in and say i'm here to pick up an internet order.  they all know what it is but i have no shame whatsoever.

I'll add another vote for this recommendation for Lloyds Online.

I picked up a 4-pack of Sildenafil 25mg tabs last week for £16 - ordered and picked up from a pharmacy in the matter of a few hours.  No fuss at all.



Asda pharmacy is good for a quick purchase of Sildenafil but the only drawback is that not all of their pharmacists are licensed to prescribe ED medication so sometimes you will have a wasted journey. A phone call beforehand will help you check.

Online Tallboy2

Thank you. Off to my local pharmacy today. I have no trouble with the old boy with OH ( by the way what does OH stand for? It's not in the glossary) but nerves or adrenaline affect me with WGs. Will bushes help?

Thank you. Off to my local pharmacy today. I have no trouble with the old boy with OH ( by the way what does OH stand for? It's not in the glossary) but nerves or adrenaline affect me with WGs. Will bushes help?

OH = Other Half

Offline TomR

I have used these people.www.myonlinedoctor.co.uk/

It is a fast and reliable service if you don't want to go to your GP
or go personally to a chemist.

theGOAT

Why do you need to buy it online anywhere?

You go to your doctor, talk about ED and you get a prescription for the generic stuff. They still give them free for over 60s at the peak of their earnings, so there shouldn't be any need for problems.

Then once it's on your record, you just do a repeat when you need more - no need to take up the GP's time with an appointment every time.
Exactly. Why wouldn't you go to your GP? That way you get a safe drug, and avoid risk of side effects you may not have considered.  GP records are confidential.  Prescriptions are cheap. You shouldn't use any drug unless you really need it.

Offline TomR

Maybe things have changed. I remember getting a prescription from my GP for
cialis I think (this was a couple of years ago), took it to the chemist and was charged
something like £45 for a couple of tablets. I was told that the full cost has to be paid and
that these things were not subsidised by the NHS.

Perhaps different now but it wasn't the usual £8 or whatever it is.

Maybe things have changed. I remember getting a prescription from my GP for
cialis I think (this was a couple of years ago), took it to the chemist and was charged
something like £45 for a couple of tablets. I was told that the full cost has to be paid and
that these things were not subsidised by the NHS.

Perhaps different now but it wasn't the usual £8 or whatever it is.

I think the price has dropped because the patent/copyright has expired so it's now possible to buy the generic form of Viagra, Sildenafil. A similar thing happened a few years ago when the patent/copyright for Nurofen expired and you were able to buy the generic form of Nurofen, Ibuprofen for about 30p as opposed to £3 for a box of Nurofen.

Personally I use Superdrug, use their online ordering, simple questionnaire, pick the strength & type you desire and pick up from the Superdrug store of your choice
And your GP won’t get informed unless you want them to be :thumbsup:

Where ever & what method you use, just make sure it’s from a reputable outlet :)
otherwise it could be a waste off punting tokens as they won’t work or worse full off harmful crap  :(

Offline Murphy54

I use Asda in store pharmacy. They will supply either Viagra or Sildenafil which is cheaper.
Last time I had 16 100mg tablets of Sildenafil for £11.99. Not sure if they made a mistake at that, but they did say they charge per prescription rather than per tablet. It's all part of Lloyds chemists apparently.

Online Tallboy2

Just been to GP for a bad knee. Asked about viagra. Private prescription and I thought this is going to cost me. Got to pharmacy £6 for 4 100mg tablets. Ha ha a bargain. I'll let you all know if they work. Booking a WG on Thursday! Just to test them out.


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