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It comes to us all. Anyhow, are there any safe online generic sites recommended for erectile pills? By safe I mean real drugs, not rat droppings painted blue and where I can buy with my card and not have my account raided?

Wot, me paranoid?

And I know there are several threads about this somewhere, but I am an olde gitte and my brain hurts.

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It comes to us all. Anyhow, are there any safe online generic sites recommended for erectile pills? By safe I mean real drugs, not rat droppings painted blue and where I can buy with my card and not have my account raided?

Wot, me paranoid?

And I know there are several threads about this somewhere, but I am an olde gitte and my brain hurts.

I would strongly advise seeing your GP before taking anything, they can prescribe Viagra if its a medical problem, safe with the quality checked (in theory anyway). ;)

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You get it on an NHS prescription if you have one of the following:-


  • have diabetes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, poliomyelitis, prostate cancer, severe pelvic injury, single gene neurological disease, spina bifida, or spinal cord injury;

  • are receiving dialysis for renal failure;

  • have had radical pelvic surgery, prostatectomy (including transurethral resection of the prostate), or kidney transplant;

  • were receiving Caverject®, Erecnos®, MUSE®, Viagra®, or Viridal® for erectile dysfunction, at the expense of the NHS, on 14 September 1998;

  • are suffering severe distress as a result of impotence (prescribed in specialist centres only, see notes above).

If you don't then you will be issued with a private prescription and pay somewhere in the region of 40GBP for 4 tabs of 100mg Viagra but shop around as the pharmacy can charge whatever they feel the market will bear. http://www.pharmacy2u.co.uk/ are a reputable alternative - you still need a prescription though. It is worth noting that many men can respond to less than 100mg so a pill cutter is useful to try out the minimum effective dose thereby reducing costs.

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If Mr Floppy gets hard then goes floppy, get a cockring

If Mr Floppy doesn't get hard easily, stop thrusting your groin and trying to get just that one place going

Get your whole body going, deep breathing works, and your cock should come up trumps

due to more arousal and less pressure to perform

Also, dunno how old you are but get a cholesterol test, if too high that can effect erections

http://www.40over40.com/

Edited by Lilly B

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Smiths, you cut to the chase. Thanks.

No problem. :)

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get a proper checkup. including heart and resperstory stuff, and blood pressure. and the normal bloods. if you have not had this prob before it may be a symptom of something that needs fixing. While they are checking get em to check testosterone levels too.

also check out your general fitness, check you are not dehydrated. and consider your stress levels.

better to do all this than take pills you dont really need.

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Thank you for the advice, I will try the legal route, plus a pit stop check uo too.apart from mental health, I am. in rude bodily health.

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I've used Lloyds Pharmarcy Online Doctor to get Viagra. You need to go and get your blood pressure checked (free at the pharmacy) and answer a load of reasonable questions on the website. If you answer the questions correctly (be honest), you'll be offered a low dosage prescription at first. It's expensive but legit.

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Here's the offers from lloyds online doctor:

4 x 50mg Viagra = £47

8 x 50mg Viagra = £92

12 x 50mg Viagra = £135

16 x 50mg Viagra = £180

4 x 50mg Viagra + 4 x 10mg Cialis + 4 x 10mg Levitra = £135

I assume if you complain that 50mg tablets are ineffective, they will increase the table dosage. It's more cost effective to split 100mg tablets.

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Just a quick follow-up, I complained that 50mg wasn't effective and they updated the prescription I was allowed - effectively halving the price:

4 x 100mg Viagra = £47

8 x 100mg Viagra = £92

12 x 100mg Viagra = £135

16 x 100mg Viagra = £180

4 x 50mg Viagra + 4 x 10mg Cialis + 4 x 10mg Levitra = £135

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The prices are virtually double what you'd pay for a private prescription after a free visit to your GP though. Even if that's only for the first prescription it's still £40+ you can spend elsewhere.

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i just get them from friends, if i could find a uk site then id buy them from there, never had any trouble with them other than a headache which is a common side effect, hehe just taken a 100 ml one now for later tonight :), just in cases

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i just get them from friends, if i could find a uk site then id buy them from there, never had any trouble with them other than a headache which is a common side effect, hehe just taken a 100 ml one now for later tonight :), just in cases

Bit early for tonight? lol 1hr before I thought was needed,

My link posted was ok for UK postage. I've had 1 order, friend has had 4+ orders lol.

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First off, a full health check is a good idea, I have tried both Viagra and Cialis, I can recommend Cialis, never had a side effect and it lasts longer!

I have posted regarding the supplier, I think it was www.kamagra.org.uk. The most economical way is to buy the 20mg tablets and halve them, get a pill cutter from your chemist.

I am now in the 'lucky' position of having type 2 Diabetes, so get the medication free, bit of a high price, but hey ho, age and abuse!

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I once tried kamagrafast.com and found whatever it was that I received was ineffective. Maybe it was fake; I don't know. I would avoid the websites selling the generics unless you can somehow totally be sure they're legit. And don't bother with Horny Goat Weed either even it says 60% icariin.

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Go to your GP, explain your situation and then you can either get a prescription or a private precsription and get your gear from a pharmacist. Don't buy god knows what from a random site on the internet.

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I went to my doctor, I am fine! He suggested I "wait and see" before perscribing the pills. I love country doctors! It's like when I had my depression and the doc recommended uplifting music.

We country bumpkins may have great views and fresh air, but we get weird doctors too.

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I went to my doctor, I am fine! He suggested I "wait and see" before perscribing the pills. I love country doctors! It's like when I had my depression and the doc recommended uplifting music. We country bumpkins may have great views and fresh air, but we get weird doctors too.

Mine prescribes what i tell him i want but i do live in the city and he just wants me gone asap. ;)

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The prices are virtually double what you'd pay for a private prescription after a free visit to your GP though. Even if that's only for the first prescription it's still £40+ you can spend elsewhere.

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True. I tried the Lloyds online doctor to get Viagra before at £46 for 4 x 50g.

With this in mind, I recently visited my GP for something else, and while I was there I asked to get a private perscription for viagra after discussing erectile dysfunction with him. I then went to the nearest pharmacist, which happened to be a Lloyds one, and got charged around £25 for 4 x 100mg tablets. A lot cheaper to just suck it up and go to the GP! Not sure if all GP's do this, but I asked him what to do if I needed more after using it all, and he said that I can just pop into the surgery and ask the receptionist to get a repeat prescription whenever I need it.

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Not sure if all GP's do this, but I asked him what to do if I needed more after using it all, and he said that I can just pop into the surgery and ask the receptionist to get a repeat prescription whenever I need it.

I imagine they're all similar. Mine said I could just drop a note in - there's a repeat prescription posting box at the surgery. What actually happened is that the next time I picked up my usual repeat prescription they'd been listed on the tear-off slip that you use to request the next one. I just tick the box if I want them, and there's a separate private prescription stapled to my usual one when I pick them up. Now the practice has gone on-line the private prescription is also listed on my repeat options on the website. Just tick the box, pick up a couple of days later.

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