I keep getting spam for no prescription online pharmacies. I don't have med. insurance and visiting the doctors costs too much $ to get a prescription. Should i trust some of those online pharmacies to get sleeping pills? Is it legal? I know nothing on this entire subject. Any info would be helpful. Thanks.
"No Prescription" Online Pharmacies. Are they real?
Question posted by 30bo on 13 Feb 2012
Last updated on 27 October 2016
I need to get some kind of relief for my back
I really don't see what good this can accomplish.
Pharmacy express is a legit pharmacy; But as the FDA site warns us to be very careful and do research on any out of country place many of them are not pharmacies and you don't even know what they are going to send you.They have tested many of the International medications and they are in most case's not even the drug they claim it is. and even have very dangerous medications in them.Or offer generics for drugs that have no generic here yet.And it might be only 10% of the real drug and depending on your condition this could be very life threating. So if you are going to do it research the mail order close and first and for most make sure it really is a pharmacy and not someone that can not be traced many medications that have come from 3rd world countries have had some very dangerous medications in them. And if they are seeking you out you can pretty much bet that it is not a real pharmacy look at it as spam.
depending where your at here there are some very low-income clinics and many of the drugs are able to be gotten free or with a huge discount from the drug manufacturer. Your life is not worth getting something that is not the real thing.
I don't know. But I would like to know.
I had my right leg amputated below my right knee due to Diabetes.In march 2015. @ weeks of healing I had a damagingfall that has prolonged the healing.My Doctor is skeptical of my long hair and I believe he thinks I have ulterior motives but neoproxin and Ibuprofin is bzarely helping. Can you help me ?
I do not nor can I afford health insurance and the cost of seeking a pain mang. Is something that I can not afford. I am unable to work so I have a ssi case going. But the pain I live in on a daily basis is pretty much limited me of enjoying life and being able to accomplish anything, so I thought that I would try and see if I can receive my medicine this way.
I would do a lil home work on the medican be for I take anything
There is a product called "Melatonin" that will make you sleep like a baby. You can find it over the counter.. It has to be taken a half an hour before going to bed. If you search online for herbal remedies, you can also find a lot.
I am in DESPERATE NEED for help my brother suffers from extreme anxiety and seizures and its to the point where he can't physically leave the house I am at my last resources our doctor has refused to prescrive anymore medication because it is out of my brothers control to to physically leave the house and go to his appointments. I don't know what to do anymore to help. I need a legit site where I can purchase his medicine or ideas of what to do in cases like these. Like getting a lawyer or Flying out the country and getting medicines that way idk but I'm desperate willing to do anything for my brother. Please I beg you all to help. God bless!
I'm going to say yes they are real. I mean why advertise for something not real. And there are a lot of medication that u can purchase without a perscription
I've never heard of "no prescription online pharmacies" until I came across your question. As much as I love the internet for many purposes, I would prefer to stick with my local CVS where I need an Rx from my Dr. The fact that this "pharmacy" doesn't require a prescription makes me a little suspicious.
Some companies are real but not many. Actually I have same problem because I'm using Xanax and I placed an order 2 years ago on a web-site. After that dozens of people were calling my number and demanding me to buy some medication from them. This is crazy because they even call on Sundays and on vacations, but I think I've found a way how to deal with scam pharmacy calls. I got a personal agent from the pharmacy I trust and whenever somebody gives me a call I do not hang up or start yelling or anything I calmly tell them that I have an agent and there is no point in calling me again. In most cases when they hear that I'm already dealing with somebody else, they do not call again.
I have used a few online pharmacies. I think that the scare tactics of impurity are a little overblown, even our own government is importing certain drugs now due to national shortages. You do have the issues of patient-doctor relationship which doesn't really exist when your ordering online, could potentially get you in big trouble. My feeling is that the feds wouldn't waste their time on a individual ordering small, personsal use amounts when they can go after the big wigs. All depends what you feel comfortable with, just relaying my own experiences and personal choices.
The majority of online pharmacies are illegal. If you want to check the legitimacy of an online pharmacy you can look up the pharmacy's site at www.legitscript.com. They also have a search engine to find a patient assistance program that may be able to pay for your medication. These programs do work and they will help you fill out the paperwork if you are not able to do it yourself.
You can call your doctor and ask if (s)he will see you for free or a reduced rate. If they cannot, they may be able to recommend another doctor that will see you. Your other option is to go to your state's medical services department and they should be able to help you get into a state program or direct you to a clinic that should be able to help you.
Just to be clear, any drug in the USA that is approved by the FDA requires a prescription issued by a doctor. No pharmacy licensed in the USA can dispense a drug without a prescription from a doctor. Good luck.
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