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    Viagra?

    Would anyone happen to know if it's possible tp purchase Viagra (without a perscription, that is)?
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    Viagra in Canada

    All Viagra that is sold in Canada requires a prescription, including online sales. The difference when purchasing Viagra online is the fact that the questionnaire/interview is filled out online and then sent to the online pharmacy's doctor for review.

    A cheaper alternative would be to visit a doctor's clinic, and explain to him/her that you experience erectile dysfunction. The doctor very probably would let you have a few samples of Viagra (usually 50 mg) that they usually have in their clinics, given free of charge to them by Pfizer. If the drug seems to work positively for the patient, they would therefore fill out a prescription for them.

    Personally, i'd recommend Levitra ahead of Viagra. However, it's much harder to obtain at the present moment. The great part about the introduction of Levitra is the fact that it will bring down the price of Viagra dramatically, in my opinion.

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    Talking Viagra

    Anybody can give advice on how to buy Viagra wihout subscription ?

    Thx

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    http://www.rx-mex.com/ is a Mexican (?) site that will ship to the USA and Canada generic versions of Viagra, etc. I believe the pills come from India, which I personally think is a decent place medically.

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    Do not buy Viagra or any other drug from other countries, you might be getting a counterfiet or maybe even worse you might be getting something that might cause you harm.
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    look on the web and find a "pharmacy" that fills perscriptions either in the US or Canada.

    it's a leap of faith that they're not really coming from Latvia or some other similar place but that's how I got mine and have suffered no ill effects so far.

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    Be very careful taking this drug. I know a few people who have taken it without a perscription who have had some undiserable side effects; Including dizzyness, heart palpatations and extreme shortness of breath.
    I say go see your doctor and get a perscription. If you don't know what to say just tell him that it is a men's problem, that Mr. Happy doesn't get happy any more. I have heard that Viagra comes in different strengths, your doctor will know what perscription strength you need.
    Viagra was originally being developed as a heart medication, if you have any type of heart condition it is not reccomended.

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    Why bother with the risk involved with having it non-prescription from Tumbucktu, with a pill that might contain rat poison as far as you know?
    Getting a prescription is easy and safe. NaughtyLady is right about the side effect of a badly dozed product. Why take risks? You never know, that pill ordered on the net might get you hard from head to toes, hard as in "dead hard"...

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    Go to a doctor's clinic and explain your problem. More often than not, he will give you free samples of Viagra to see if it does the trick. Usually, the sample is the recommended regular dosage, 50 mg.

    There are also other alternatives such as Cialis and Levitra whom many consider much superior to Viagra with less of the side effects.

    Don't get hooked to the stuff. Many hobbyists who use these products mostly use them for self-confidence more than anything else. They don't need it. Many of those in this group routinely use these products everytime they have sex, and their systems will get used to them. The risk is that they might be rendered impotent once they stop using these products, which they shouldn't have begun to use in the first place.

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    Yes that would be in an ideal world, but sometimes mind control over body does not work.
    If you need the blue pill, go to the second generation, Cyalis, it is very potent indeed

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    Originally posted by JustaJohn
    There are also other alternatives such as Cialis and Levitra whom many consider much superior to Viagra with less of the side effects.
    Tried Cialis on my last trip and found it about as effective as an M&M. Of course the fact that the lady was somewhat less than inspiring might have had something to do with it. I'll probably give it another try before going back to Viagra. As for
    Levitra, from what I've read it isn't that much different from V --- same side effects, some restrictions, etc.
    Give this job to...Clemenza.

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    It's funny that you mention this, since a few people that have considered switching to Cialis have told me the same thing. It didn't do a thing for them as compared to the blue pill. However, they did mention feeling extremely 'potent' a couple of days after taking Cialis. Since Cialis is usually effective for up to 36 hours, i was at a loss of words to explain to them why this was so.

    As for Levitra, i believe it will be more popular than the other two once it's legalized in Canada. Mike Ditka would only endorse 'the best' of what's available, correct?

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    Viagra, Cialis, Levitra all may take several doses before they become effective.

    Levitra does not work by increasing the flow of blood to the gentiles from what I understand. In increases your desire in the head. So it may be useful for people for whom V&C are less effective.

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    Legolas:

    You must have Levitra mixed up with Spanish Fly.

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    Just look at what Viagra has done for Rafael Palmeiro:

    39 years old
    Avg .311
    HR 3
    RBI 21

    Get me some of those blue pills!

    Here's an excerpt from an article in WebMD (2 years ago):


    "Viagra: How young is too young?"

    Rafael Palmeiro seems an unlikely Viagra pitchman. The Texas Rangers slugger is only 37 and won't admit to having erection problems, yet he recently agreed to appear in ads promoting the drug. The deal has made people wonder whether Palmeiro really represents men with erectile dysfunction, or whether Pfizer, the company that makes Viagra, wants to persuade young men to try it for fun.


    It's true that erectile dysfunction is more common in older men, but many potential Viagra users are hardly senior citizens: About 40% of 40-year-old men in the U.S. have some degree of erectile dysfunction. Most Viagra users today, according to Pfizer, are in their early to mid 50s. So it makes sense that the company would want to reach more men around Palmeiro's age.
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