I purchased generic clomid over the internet. They came packaged, from GREECE, and when I opened them they looked like the ones on other pharmacy websites however, they had no identifying writing on them. When I did an online chat they told me that all generic pills don't have an identifier on them. Is this true?
Do not take those pills ! In the United States & Canada all prescriptions are required to have identifying marks. I do not know if this is the standard in The E.U. I will do some research and return with facts ! As to their standards. Just don't take any of them yet. I'll be back !
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