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Like_It_Hot

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Somebody told me of this site. I checked it out but there seems to be no pay per use service. Only a monthly subscription to which there is no way to cancel. Do you have any experience with this site?
1- No, I have my family doctor.
2- It seems easy to cancel anytime check here https://clinique.bonjour-sante.ca/terms-of-use 2.4. Cancellation of your membership. You may cancel your membership to the Services at any time...
3- The site is legit and reliable. If you scroll down to the bottom of any pages you get access to a lot of infos.
4- I have no links with them, just want to help.
Good luck!

ps: here is a clinic for those without family doctors just beside Charles-Lemoyne Hospital in Longueuil (Greenfield Park), living on the south-shore I don't know similar clinic in Montreal. Typicaly, you go via bonjour-santé or call early in the morning (6:45 am) and you will get a rendez-vous. Here is the link https://cliniqueazur.com/EN/Appointment/Emergency/

 
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in4hell

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Maple is minimum 195$ in Quebec to get the appointment and a prescription.
steroidscanadadotcom they have both Viagra and Sildenafil or even Cialis and Tadalafil
No prescription required.
I discovered them for zoplicone treatment. Safe and discreet.
 

CLOUD 500

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1- No, I have my family doctor.
2- It seems easy to cancel anytime check here https://clinique.bonjour-sante.ca/terms-of-use 2.4. Cancellation of your membership. You may cancel your membership to the Services at any time...
3- The site is legit and reliable. If you scroll down to the bottom of any pages you get access to a lot of infos.
4- I have no links with them, just want to help.
Good luck!

ps: here is a clinic for those without family doctors just beside Charles-Lemoyne Hospital in Longueuil (Greenfield Park), living on the south-shore I don't know similar clinic in Montreal. Typicaly, you go via bonjour-santé or call early in the morning (6:45 am) and you will get a rendez-vous. Here is the link https://cliniqueazur.com/EN/Appointment/Emergency/

Thanks for the info.. I will surely check it out. That clinic is not too far from where I live, max 15 mins drive.
 

CLOUD 500

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Maple is minimum 195$ in Quebec to get the appointment and a prescription.
steroidscanadadotcom they have both Viagra and Sildenafil or even Cialis and Tadalafil
No prescription required.
I discovered them for zoplicone treatment. Safe and discreet.
I heard of Steroidscanadadotcom. How can they sell prescription medications without an actual doctors prescription? Was the medication you got authentic and did it work?
 

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Not sure if Roman is available in Canada, but their commercials are on all the time here in the states:

 

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Exactly. I got no family doctor and it is almost impossible to find one. I went via that Quebec site to find me a family doctor. Who knows how long that will take.
At 41, you’re a bit young, but a doctor would likely allow it. I wish you best of luck, I was able to get a doctor, took me 3 months on the waiting list.... Of course if it’s for entertainment reasons would be a bit difficult, but if you have a condition like antidepressants it is almost automatic.
 

in4hell

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I heard of Steroidscanadadotcom. How can they sell prescription medications without an actual doctors prescription? Was the medication you got authentic and did it work?
Those are generic Zopiclone. I was on the original one for a few years. Then my doc didn't renew them. So I started using these generic one once in a while for a short periodic time as needed and they do the job.
Not sure how they make it without prescription... but They do the job. And package is simple and discreet.
 

CLOUD 500

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Those are generic Zopiclone. I was on the original one for a few years. Then my doc didn't renew them. So I started using these generic one once in a while for a short periodic time as needed and they do the job.
Not sure how they make it without prescription... but They do the job. And package is simple and discreet.
Ahh okay those are strong sleep aids.
 

CLOUD 500

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At 41, you’re a bit young, but a doctor would likely allow it. I wish you best of luck, I was able to get a doctor, took me 3 months on the waiting list.... Of course if it’s for entertainment reasons would be a bit difficult, but if you have a condition like antidepressants it is almost automatic.
Because I am beginning to have symptoms of pre-diabetes. I am trying to change my diet. I already cut a lot of sugar but I need to do more. Right now my symptoms are minor not too bad.
 

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I heard of Steroidscanadadotcom. How can they sell prescription medications without an actual doctors prescription? Was the medication you got authentic and did it work?
I checked this site. The pro, they ship from Canada. The con: I checked their "store location" on google map... It's a below average house. An other con, I checked from reviews of customers... It's 50% good and 50% very bad. The claims are from those who never received their packages and got no answers from the customers' service, losing their money. Other claim is they sent via regular Canada Post and they pretend using Express Post. So mixed reviews... Anyway, it is clear that in Canada it is completely illegal to sell those under prescription drugs. That explains why those asking for support got no help from them. Just my thoughts. On their site, they say we can ask for a "signature requested" delivery for $2 that is a must with Canada Post. I had my share of "no delivery" from Canada Post even with Express Post and their "delivered" stamp on their site. Hopefully it was with trusted senders and they kindly replaced without charge.
 

in4hell

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I checked this site. The pro, they ship from Canada. The con: I checked their "store location" on google map... It's a below average house. An other con, I checked from reviews of customers... It's 50% good and 50% very bad. The claims are from those who never received their packages and got no answers from the customers' service, losing their money. Other claim is they sent via regular Canada Post and they pretend using Express Post. So mixed reviews... Anyway, it is clear that in Canada it is completely illegal to sell those under prescription drugs. That explains why those asking for support got no help from them. Just my thoughts. On their site, they say we can ask for a "signature requested" delivery for $2 that is a must with Canada Post. I had my share of "no delivery" from Canada Post even with Express Post and their "delivered" stamp on their site. Hopefully it was with trusted senders and they kindly replaced without charge.
I placed a few orders with them in the last 2 years... never had an issue. And the address they post on their site is a random address. Even when I get a package its random address on it.
So you cannot track them back... They don't want to be found. But up until now for what I bought I can only give positive review.
 
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Because I am beginning to have symptoms of pre-diabetes. I am trying to change my diet. I already cut a lot of sugar but I need to do more. Right now my symptoms are minor not too bad.

Symptoms with pre-diabetes are not usually visible. Pre-diabetes is diagnosed with a blood test, fasted.

Symptoms like excessive thirst, excessive urination are usually further along than pre-diabetes.

There are 3 types of tests to diagnose diabetes and get a measure of how well you tolerate glucose.

With a glucose meter that you can buy in pharmacy you can get a pretty good idea if you have diabetes or not and then take action accordingly.
 
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I recently joined Upguys. The way it works is, you join and validate, providing verifiable ID (healthcard etc), which then leads to a telephone discussion with a doctor. The doctor I had assigned to me (BC based) was thorough in his questioning: medical history, diet, symptoms, height, weight, age, etc. He then agreed to a prescription and advised me clearly of the viagra dose. About 30 minutes later, I had a call from the dispensing pharmacy (also based in BC) which checked delivery details, ran through the prescription, and confirmed I understood the way the medication works.

My pills arrived within 3 days. All came via CanadaPost with tracking. The package was extremely discreet. The doctor also arranged for a follow-up call about a month from the prescription date.

Cost? $44 for 400mg (4 x 100mg pills). My prescription is to take 50mg about an hour before playtime.

The service was incredibly easy, very reliable, and very reasonably priced. But it is a legit prescription service in lieu of your own doctor. You have to be willing to provide ID online, and to speak with the doctor at the appointed time (you can reschedule if the time set isn't convenient). It's made clear though, that there's no guarantee you'll be prescribed the ED meds of your choice. It's all assessed on your individual case.

I checked out the site quite thoroughly before using them, and so was certain it was legit. The service proved it, and I was pleasantly surprised at how fast, efficient and discreet it's all been.

For the record, I'm mid-50s, and started having ED problems about 4-5 years ago. Maintaining a stiffy was getting more difficult to do, even though the desire was there. I'd start out great, but usually within 20 minutes, Hello Mr Floppy. It was actually an SP I was with who suggested I seriously consider viagra or equivalent, but I didn't do anything about it. I haven't been hobbying for a while, but now I want to get back into it, and I finally have something that's really going to help me.
 

CLOUD 500

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Ahh I heard of Upguys, I got the info from Terb. I will check it out. I am 41 and my stiffy is not hard enough, it is too soft and I had this problem since the past two years. But I am afraid maybe the doc will deny me a prescription due to me being too young?
 

thegreatwalooo

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But I am afraid maybe the doc will deny me a prescription due to me being too young?
I've been using Viagra long before I got into my 40's. I wanted an insurance policy while sport fucking in Montreal. Obviously I didn't tell my doctor that, but if you stick to a reasonable story as to why you need it you will have no issues getting a prescription.