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So am I to understand that one can just go to a pharmacy here and buy it w/0 a prescription or did I miss that part?

 

I think that would be a fairly accurate statement. With the exception of opioids and a few other classes of drugs, you can pretty much buy whatever you like at a pharmacy in the Philippines...without a prescription. That doesn't make it smart, but it is possible.

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calasiaobound

I think that would be a fairly accurate statement. With the exception of opioids and a few other classes of drugs, you can pretty much buy whatever you like at a pharmacy in the Philippines...without a prescription. That doesn't make it smart, but it is possible.

I read a thread on here in May..think it was called.. " what are you paying for OTC medicine " or something. Well the guys were talking about generic Viagra.. So one day I thought.. Hmm, maybe I'll pick some up..but when I went to Mercury drugstore I was told.."not without a prescription "

So that's why I was curious about the clomid..

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Salty Dog

I read a thread on here in May..think it was called.. " what are you paying for OTC medicine " or something. Well the guys were talking about generic Viagra.. So one day I thought.. Hmm, maybe I'll pick some up..but when I went to Mercury drugstore I was told.."not without a prescription "

So that's why I was curious about the clomid..

Seems hit or miss. I know if you ask if you need a prescription they always seem to say yes. If you act like you have one or seem familiar with it, more often than not, they will give it to you.

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goggleye

use your imagination  :-)

 

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rainymike

I took it for about 6 months.  The only reason I stopped was I returned to the states and have not found a doctor who will give a prescription for it yet, but I think I'm getting close.

 

Perhaps there is a reason for doctors to be a bit hesitant? 

 

http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Clomid_Risk.aspx

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Bill H

So am I to understand that one can just go to a pharmacy here and buy it w/0 a prescription or did I miss that part?

 

Well...yes and no.  Not a chance in the big cities like Cebu and Manila, but in the provinces if they know you it can be done.  I'm a doctor and the locals know me, so I never have a problem getting whatever meds they carry.  The problem I have is they often don't carry the meds I'm looking for.  That is one of the frustrations here.

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Bill H

Did you have any unwanted side effects? Did it affect blood pressure? Temperment?

 

I experienced no negative side effects at all.  My libido was a little higher, but not by much and that is surely not a bad thing.  I tested my testosterone and it was up in the midrange as opposed to being low before I started the meds.  My testosterone level was checked here a month ago and it's low, but not as low as it was before I took the meds.

 

My blood pressure was not affected. 

 

 

Temperament  seemed unchanged and my wife never complained about my mood, so I guess that was ok as well.

 

Perhaps there is a reason for doctors to be a bit hesitant? 

 

http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Clomid_Risk.aspx

 Yes, they are hesitant for fear of being sued.  This medication is not certified for this use, so it's considered off-label.  That in itself is not grounds for a malpractice suit, but it would probably be seen as a mitigating factor if something bad happened to the patient.

 

All in all, I would say this is not a particularly dangerous drug for men, provided it is taken at a low level.  12.5mg every other day is a good dosage in my experience.  Maybe you could tolerate a higher dose, I don't know.  Usually, you want to take the lowest possible dose that will get the job done and for me that was 12.5mg.  You may have a different experience and please don't consider this an endorsement or medical advice.  The Korean midget is a much better source of lawyer talk, provided you understand Canadian.

 

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rainymike

 

 

The Korean midget is a much better source of lawyer talk, provided you understand Canadian.

 

I never did hear him say "Eh?" though ... should have checked his passport. In any event, I'm getting too old to get too far off the beaten trail ... even though I think a lot of doctors are just quacks.

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I never did hear him say "Eh?" though ... should have checked his passport. In any event, I'm getting too old to get too far off the beaten trail ... even though I think a lot of doctors are just quacks.

 

That's because he's a wetback Canadian (born in England), and not a true Canadian...   :cool:

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Davaoeno

That's because he's a wetback Canadian (born in England), and not a true Canadian...   :cool:

 

I am not going to acknowledge that remark by replying to your post !!!

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I am not going to acknowledge that remark by replying to your post !!!

 

That's some of that "lawyer speak" isn't it? It's a good thing Canada has wetbacks. Otherwise, they wouldn't have any lawyers. Can you imagine a lawyer replying to the judge, "Fukken right, your honor, eh?"

 

:ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:

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Irenicus

I am giving it a shot. 48 years old. Test level 460.  Taking 25 mg on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. (Splitting the 50 mg pills).

 

On it for 30 days.  Started cuz I was feeling lethargic quite a bit.  All my lifts in the gym have gone up and my bodyfat level is dropping. Feeling better as well - more energy.

Gonna get test level checked in another couple of months to see if any actual change.

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RogerDat

I'am 63, 48 I was still good to go, maybe lack of stimulation?

Where did U get tested? and cost?

I have no problem with "prescription" in Cebu except with new girls. The old staff just fill the order. Also when I was really needing a pill , antibiotic, and they said prescription, I just said please, and got it.

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Irenicus

 

 

I'am 63, 48 I was still good to go, maybe lack of stimulation?

 

My pecker is fine, thanks.

 

I am taking it primarily due to chronic lethargy.

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Davaoeno

Young guys like to  say that their pecker is lethargic.

 

Older guys are more willing to admit that they are having problems getting it up . 

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