Online Pharmacy?

By debby_reed Latest Reply 2016-05-25 00:55:19 -0500
Started 2010-03-03 00:56:27 -0600

Do you use and Online Pharmacy? If u do, which one?

13 replies

Anonymous 2016-05-25 00:55:19 -0500 Report

Here is a web site you may try to purchase Glucophage, without prescription:
For example: 850mg x 360 pills = $52,91 (0.15 x pill)

mike67 2010-04-25 22:38:18 -0500 Report

i recommend the online pharmacy called prescribe4you, they have a good selection and fast delivery for many meds at good prices.

spiritwalker 2010-03-03 16:34:31 -0600 Report

If you use a mail pharmacy service and use insulin be
careful. A good friend of mine did. The problem is if
insulin isn't properly shipped, or package sits in the sun.
It affects the quality of the Insulin. That changes your

jayabee52 2010-03-03 18:27:09 -0600 Report

We get insulin thru the mail quite frequently. They ship it in a special styrofoam box between 2 frozen gel packs. I always check the gel packs to see if they are still frozen, and even in summertime they are. But it is good to check to see if the insulin got warm in the mail, especially if the pharmacy soesn't use the mini styrofoam ice chests.

Zimoss 2010-03-04 21:58:35 -0600 Report

I have a problem with mail-order because of the heat in the summer time. I live in Southern Arizona and it tops 110 regularly during the summer…so if the package gets left in the sun (as has happened) the gel packs melt and the temperature can go too high.

jayabee52 2010-03-04 22:56:01 -0600 Report

i used to live in LV NV and it was the same there. Don't think that'd work there, but works fine in the SF CA area.

jayabee52 2010-03-03 10:12:50 -0600 Report

Yes my bride and I use KaiserPermenente's online pharmacy We can order refills online in a secure website or by phone. We really like having the meds shipped to us at no cost.

kdroberts 2010-03-03 07:44:16 -0600 Report

I use my insurance companies online pharmacy for some things. Usually you get better pricing from them than the store but not always.

salmanda 2010-03-03 07:31:43 -0600 Report

I know that some local pharmacies/store pharmacies here will do the same as my insurance plan…2 months for the price of three.
My local grocery store has a healthy saver plan for $7.00 a year. The plan is based on using generics, but that is okay with me. That plan is $4.00/ 30 days and $10.99/90 days, and they even will even add your pet(s) if they take "people meds" which my dog does.
I believe a friend told me that Wal-Mart has a similar plan to this one. Perhaps you could check with them?
I hope this helps you make your decision of where to go for your medication(s).
Sal :)

Roy531 2010-03-03 07:16:44 -0600 Report

If you have insurance you will need to see if they will cover that, some do some don't. My insurance has their own pharmacy, send them the prescription and they will send a 3 month supply for the price of 2 but if you go to a pharmacy they will only pay for a months supply.