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alb1208
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I'm starting my CK treatment in a few weeks. PSA 6, gleason 6, 1 core. I'm 44, divorced over 2 years and recently been lucky with sex life (Yes, I've even played the cancer sympathy card.). The problem is, I usually need a pill to get it up. Been having this problem for many years already. While optimistic about the short term ED issues, I anticipate my problem only to get worse over the years. I have scripts for Levitra which seems to work better for me than Cialis and Viagra. Insurance only covers 3 a month so I pay about $20 a pill after than. Does anyone know a good overseas (or Canadian)pharmacy where I can buy high quality Levitra (or a knock off that won't kill me)? Thanks.

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Kongo
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You realize buying these drugs overseas is illegal, right?

Beau2
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Hey alb 1208,

My insurance covers my meds; however, I've been told that "All Day Chemist" is a good source of Indian meds. They do handle Levitra (vardenafil)at about a buck a pill:

https://www.alldaychemist.com/460__Vardenafil-

I've been told that it is best to use a one-use credit card. The kind you can buy at the drug store. It is my understanding that you do not need a perscription. Guys who I have talked to are very satisfied with their product.

Good luck with your PCa, CK and ED issues!

tarhoosier
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tarhoosier
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This is the wrong forum to answer or raise this question.

Swingshiftworker
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I've seen this question asked and answered several times w/o complaint or reservation in the past.

ED is a common problem associated w/the treatment of prostate cancer and the search for cheaper sources of ED related drugs seems entirely relevant to me as a topic on this forum.

I don't know whether it's actually "illegal" to purchase drugs internationally or not but, even if it is, I don't think it's illegal to tell someone about a particular source overseas where s/he can buy a particular drug to treat ED.

I believe in the free flow of information and IMHO it's the individual's choice whether to violate the law (if that's actually the case) or not by actually purchasing the drugs from an overseas source.

Just my 2 cents on the topic.

bdhilton
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Hello, it is totally legal to obtain drugs from Canada or overseas if you are using a company that requires a RX….Federal legislation was past a long time ago legalizing it. I use the company listed below for generic Cialis. The site was recommended by my doctor.

I see that they sell 90 20mg generic Levitra for $134.99 + reasonable shipping (you can buy less)…

Best to you on your journey…

http://www.progressiverx.com/store/

Swingshiftworker
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The cost of my daily 5mg cialis prescription keeps going up. It currently costs me $128/mo. Looks like I can get 6.4 months' worth for $144 or only $22.50/mo.

Only problem is that they only sell 10mg tabs, so I have to cut each tab in 1/2 but it's worth the hassle to save over $600 for 6 month supply.

Looks like I'll be placing an order soon. Thanks!

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Kongo
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BD is correct that having a valid prescription from your physician is the prerequisite for buying drugs online from an overseas pharmacy. Too often, men just go to a website and order the drugs without a prescription or allow an online doctor or pharmacy to generate an internet prescription. Perhaps I misread the initial post in this thread but my impression was that the author was simply looking for a place to buy drugs overseas without getting a bad product. The FDA holds that a face-to-face relationship between patient and doctor is necessary for a valid prescription. As with BD, his doctor should know which overseas pharmacies are approved by the FDA because of their quality control and adherence to various safety rules and regulations the FDA has established to protect American consumers and should be able to guide the patient in how to select an approved pharmacy.

It is indeed a violation of the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act to provide or receive controlled drugs without a valid prescription.

FDA guidelines for buying drugs online can be found here: http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/ResourcesForYou/Consumers/BuyingUsingMedicineSafely/BuyingMedicinesOvertheInternet/ucm202675.htm

I would be particularly wary of an online pharmacy where you had to use a special credit card to avoid having your account hacked or stolen. Why would you buy drugs from someone if you couldn't trust that your financial transaction was secure. It's a lot easier to have a secure financial system that a quality drug program.

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Swingshiftworker
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BD: You ever have any credit card or other problems using ProgressiveRX?

bdhilton
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Never have had an issue in the last 8+ years using these folks and I have used the same (and oldest) credit card I have....Remember that these are generic but I have been given about 100 brand name 5 mg Cialis from my Urologist and there is no difference except these are round and easy to split and cost me about .75 cents per 5mg does compared to $20+ per dose of the “brand name”.... oh, they are mailed from India but your order is handled by a Canadian company…

In my experience (which is over 8 years) they have been available and prompt in returning emails and talking to you… It typically takes 2-3 weeks to receive (yes they go through customs) ….Let me know if you have any other concerns...All the best

bdhilton
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Good point to press Kongo..."be particularly wary of an online pharmacy" in general and if you are concerned with using your credit card then I personally would not give them the business and they just might be giving me placebos...Good business is good business any place in the world…

The company I provided was provided to me from a doctor I had at Kaiser (I no longer have Kaiser) and they are a pretty conservative group...My oversea drug purchases started with a RX that cost $120 a tube that I could get for $9 from this website because my insurance would not cover it....

Best to all

Swingshiftworker
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BD:

Did you have any credit or other problems w/PrescriptionRX? I take it from your recommendation and comments, the answer is no but I'd like to get a confirmation.

Thanks!

bdhilton
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Now medical marijuana is another topic that should not be discussed here for legal reasons but I support what every floats your boat and I believe folks with issues like ours and worse have every right to “medicate”…Best to all

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