While were at it, anyone know of a website that delivers crack and heroin?
where can I post a question about perpetrating a felony?
I need a website where I can the procure the pussy of an 18 year old slut for money.
And probably some viagra.
Anyone know a site where I can download videos of children $#@!ing each other? Thanks.
I assume you are asking this on behalf of a friend?
Can someone help me figure out a way to hide all of my salary from the IRS for the past three years?
have you tried opening your spam folder?
How, in any way, is this moral... AT ALL?
Internet, Serious Business....
What about with a prescription?
My insurance company doesn't cover one of my medications and it costs me about $130 a month for 30 pills. FU blue cross blue shield
Anyone know where I can get a fake passport and social security card?
Need to talk to this guy.
haha this created quite the thread... was looking for some ambien knock off, without the headache of going to doctor in a new town since I dont have a regular doctor I see... Figured going to a new doctor and asking the first appointment might not work...
Call your doctor and tell them that drug isn't covered by your insurance and you would like to try another similar drug preferably a generic. Or call BCBS and ask them what drug in that family of drugs do they cover.
Most insurance companies don't leave a drug off their formulary just to be $#@!s. There usually is another similar drug that is on that costs less or works better.
BCBS doesn't cover this family of drugs.
I've seen online companies offer it cheaper but didn't know if they were trustworthy.
Well that and the fact that you are soliciting a federal felony on the internet.
Many generics are made in the same facility by the same COMPANY that makes the name brand. Same standards, same requirements, etc.
Last edited by scottsins; 05-05-2012 at 11:08 AM.
scott, he's not clueless. Go look up the requirements of generics before jumping in here.
Chest, sounds like sleep meds. Amirite?
insomnia is one of the reasons I take it. an SSRI
my doctor actually recommended I check the online pharmacies, didn't know he was also recommending a federal felony...
clueless or not, their is a difference between, for example, explosive diarrhea and none /tmi
The felony comment should have been for the OP, not you. But seriously, stop being so clueless.
I have looked at the requirements for generic drugs, and listened to my wife when she talks about how ridiculous the belief that there is any difference is.
Same ingredient, form, purity, stability and pharmokinetic (absorption, etc) parameters as the name brand.
The FDA allows for a 25% difference in absorption rate, but that would rarely if ever have any discernible effect for any generics.
Chest, the felony comment was for the OP...my bad. Using an online pharmacy is legal, but never use one that gets drugs from overseas. NEVER.
Last edited by scottsins; 05-06-2012 at 03:37 PM.
Pharmaceutical equivalence, yes--active ingredient, dose, strength, route (curious to hear thoughts on excipients from our PharmDs). But my understanding is that there is a range in acceptable bioequivalence [rate, extent of absorption (AUC, Cmax, Tmax)]. I recall that the range is 80-125% of the pioneer drug. For drugs with very narrow therapeutic indices, or huge variations in lots (heparin comes to mind as an offender), that's a range that at least theoretically could present different outcomes in different patients since individual drug metabolism varies too.
I think what you are saying about generics is true for most drugs and most patients, but I don't think that statement is accurate 100% of the time.
Like you, I'm speaking from a perfunctory knowledge base, so I respectfully defer to our resident pharmDs.
If your doc is on board, why the $#@! won't he give you a prescription?
The vast majority of cases where people have complained to me that "the generic just doesn't work as good as the brand" fall into a few categories:
1) pain drugs
2) psych drugs
3) narrow therapeutic index drugs or special cases (e.g. synthroid, AEDs, etc.)
Easily 80%+ of cases I have seen into the first category , maybe the next 15% into the second.
In most cases, the psychological implications of a brand to generic switch seem more significant than the real pharmacological implications. That being said, there are real cases where for one reason or the other a person might not tolerate the brand form but can tolerate the generic. Sensitivities to excipients, dissolution rate, bioavailibility, NT window, etc. may account some for some of those cases, but my personal bias is that in most cases it is simply psychosomatic. Switching an AED from brand to generic, okay I may actually pay attention to what you are saying...but get the $#@! out of here with "generic Norco don't work as well as the real stuff".
For a while one of the places I was working had Adderrall and a generic that came off the same plant line. They would change the stamps for the imprint, but everything, the color, the general shape, the inactives, down to the mailing address of the manufacturer printed on the bottle was the same. People would $#@!ing trip over themselves explaining why they needed the brand Adderall and not the generic....OK. I'm sure it doesn't have anything to do with the street value and everything to do with it not working as well.Many generics are made in the same facility by the same COMPANY that makes the name brand. Same standards, same requirements, etc.
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