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Are you sure you want to order from one of the online pharmacies for this medication? Each of the ED drugs can have some serious side effects besides headaches. They are not kidding when those advertisments state "talk to your doctor about whether (insert drug name here) is right for you."

 

The reactions besides headaches and four hour erections can include loss of vision and heart attack. If you take certain blood pressure medications and an ED drug then use poppers during sex you can wind up in serious trouble. Diabetics with vision issues can wind up with temporary blindness if they have glucose problems.

 

The online sources for these drugs are not seriously going to consider if you have any risk related to taking these drugs. Your regular phamacist would certainly know if any meds you are currently taking may cause issues with these drugs. Believe me your doctor and your pharmacist have seen it and heard it all so don't worry about asking them about these drugs.

 

I'm not trying to discourage you from using the ED drugs but at least make sure you have no risks. The last thing you want is to keel over and scare the bejezus out of some young escort.

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I strongly agree that the best policy is to go to your regular Physician and ask for a prescription---it's no big deal and after answering a few questions and giving you the proper warnings, he probably will write the script with little hesitation.

Taking Cialis probably will not have adverse effects on you if you and your Physician have consulted and you have been honest.

I've taken both Viagra and Cialis and prefer Cialis. I had no side effects from either medication---prefer Cialis because it gives you more latitude in when it is taken and the results.

Aside: prices will be much less buying Cialis with a prescription than buying it on line---also you can be assured you are getting the real thing from the local drug store.

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I've tried both viagra and cialis and prefer cialis.I get the prescription from my urologist because my insurance allows me 6 pills a month for a co pay of 20.00.Don't hesitate to talk to you doctor and your local pharmacist will welcome your prescription.

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< I strongly agree that the best policy is to go to your regular Physician and ask for a prescription-

 

Strange as it may seem to those of you here who are fortunate enough to have good health coverage, there are many plans which offer NO, NONE, ZERO, ZILCH, NADA coverage for male contraceptives (or female, for that matter). Imagine my disbelief (followed by outrage) when, a few years ago, I switched carriers and my previous Viagra Rx price went from a $6 co-pay to a FULL PAYMENT of $96 for the same dosage = 12 100 mg pills. Fortunately, I haven't encountered any pharmacists who won't fill a prescription for Viagra, so I guess I'm better off than a female who is turned down by her pro-life pharmacist. x(

 

There's a reason why online pharmacies are patronized by Americans. It's because we have Third World level health coverage in this country, but among the highest prices.

 

I'd say more but I'd like to keep this out of the Politics Forum.

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ncm, I never even imagined that you would need Viagra! Don't you have that hot escort living with you? Even if you aren't getting it on with him, surely he gets the juices going...:)

 

But I am shocked that one would get this drug from any source other than a known pharmaceutical company which guarantees its purity.

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I occasionally take cialis and I've used this site a few times and they are very prompt and have good prices. Note..they specialize in generics, produced in India, but I haven't noticed a difference. I've tried the cialis and the quick-dissolving viagra (compounded in a chewable...doesn't taste fabulous but works quick).

 

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Oh Lucky. I wish I still had the faith in BigPharma you still seem to have. It seems to me as if each of has had a moral lapses of some kind: failure to disclose unfavorable research, altering research data, false or misleading advertising, etc. etc. etc. Didn't one of them disclaim responsibility for a harmful drug bearing its name and logo but manufactured for them overseas under their license claiming they weren't responsible for the tainted ingredients supplied to their liceseee? To me BigPharma is just another cog on the wheel of the dysfunctional US healtcare system.

 

I really want major reforms in the healthcare system but until they occur I'll a market driven means of distributing ED drugs which means, where appropriate, on-line pharmacies.

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A third option is Levitra. I tried the standard dose of Viagra and also got a bad headache, and a bit dizzy. Besides, it didn't do much for me. Then I tried the standard dose of Levitra and had minimal side effects - a very mild short-lived headache. I also found Levitra more effective. People respond differently to each drug. I'm just suggesting this as a possible alternative.

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