Where can I get Meridia without a RX online? Can you buy?

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by Danielle
15 Aug 07 15:24

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I am looking to buy this online without a RX, I have bought phenthermine online without a RX before and I am interested in trying Meridia. I am looking for somewhere that I can trust to purchase it so if you have bought online before please post and let me know. Also can you tell me what I can expect from Meridia, as far as side effects, weightloss and overall how does it make you feel? How does it work?

Thanks,

Danielle

by Guest
05 Sep 07 09:18

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Firstly - it's prescription drug only for a reason.

Secondly, even if I knew I wouldn't say. Because taking that sort of stuff without medical supervision is fucking nuts.

Meridia can increase blood pressure dramatically, leading to heart problems, even death. If you're that desperate to lose weight, talk to a doctor.


So, still want to get it without a doctors approval?

:x

Sorry to sound harsh, but people trying to obtain prescription only medicine without doctors approval and a prescription, just-piss-me-off.

by Guest
05 Sep 07 16:44

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Anonymous wrote:Firstly - it's prescription drug only for a reason.

Secondly, even if I knew I wouldn't say. Because taking that sort of stuff without medical supervision is fucking nuts.

Meridia can increase blood pressure dramatically, leading to heart problems, even death. If you're that desperate to lose weight, talk to a doctor.


So, still want to get it without a doctors approval?

:x

Sorry to sound harsh, but people trying to obtain prescription only medicine without doctors approval and a prescription, just-piss-me-off.


Firstly, you're a tool! Quit listening to the prescription drug companies that are running this country.

Secondly, If you think that something being prescription only vs. non prescription really matters to your health you obviously haven't read any reports on popular pain relievers such as Tylenol which have now been linked to liver failure.

I could go on all day...

by johnphillips
05 Sep 07 23:15

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Danielle wrote:I am looking to buy this online without a RX, I have bought phenthermine online without a RX before and I am interested in trying Meridia. I am looking for somewhere that I can trust to purchase it so if you have bought online before please post and let me know. Also can you tell me what I can expect from Meridia, as far as side effects, weightloss and overall how does it make you feel? How does it work?

Thanks,

Danielle




My wife actually orders it form a page with no rx I think, go to 1medstore.net, they have several stock on weight loss, at least they delivered it, it has been a year ordering with them!

by Mresta
07 Sep 07 06:30

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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Firstly - it's prescription drug only for a reason.

Secondly, even if I knew I wouldn't say. Because taking that sort of stuff without medical supervision is fucking nuts.

Meridia can increase blood pressure dramatically, leading to heart problems, even death. If you're that desperate to lose weight, talk to a doctor.


So, still want to get it without a doctors approval?

:x

Sorry to sound harsh, but people trying to obtain prescription only medicine without doctors approval and a prescription, just-piss-me-off.


Firstly, you're a tool! Quit listening to the prescription drug companies that are running this country.

Secondly, If you think that something being prescription only vs. non prescription really matters to your health you obviously haven't read any reports on popular pain relievers such as Tylenol which have now been linked to liver failure.

I could go on all day...




I agree with the other guest. I live in the UK, prescriptions here cost £6.85. That's how much I get my reductil for every month. And contraceptives are free here too.

Prescription only medicine (as well as over the counter pain killers) can be very dangerous if a person hasn't been properly checked to see if they are compatible with the drug by a practioner. I wouldn't call the other person a "tool" - resorting to childish names simply because someone points out the dangers of buying prescription madicine through non-legal practices is rather silly in itself.

I'm just simply advocating that if you really cared that much about your own health - visit a doctor first. I did, best move I made. I get checked every couple of weeks on my progress, as well as my blood pressure and pulse rate to make sure Reductil isn't going to raise it too much. And I get advice and encouragement from a GP who actually worries about their patients - not to mention would be liable should anything happen because of their advice.

But if someone took these drugs, they won't know where they came from, who made them, if they are safe to take or a "bad batch". And if something should happen to them (hopefully not!), who on earth are they going to turn to? "Yes Doc, I think I'm having a heart attack from pills I bought over the internet from some annonymous company in mexico/india/china/where ever".

Just plain silly behaviour really. :?

by LoveClothes4
13 Sep 07 04:50

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Danielle wrote:I am looking to buy this online without a RX, I have bought phenthermine online without a RX before and I am interested in trying Meridia. I am looking for somewhere that I can trust to purchase it so if you have bought online before please post and let me know. Also can you tell me what I can expect from Meridia, as far as side effects, weightloss and overall how does it make you feel? How does it work?

Thanks,

Danielle


Where did you get phentermine online without a rx?

by Guest lady
21 Dec 07 15:38

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I fell into the catagory of people that no doctor would prescribe the meds for me. I have a BMI of 32 and every prick I saw said eat less and exercise more -- well, if that was working for me would I be seeing them? NO. I didn't have medical problems then and I do now.

As for doctors knowing crap -- some do, most don't. I read the PDR myself and prescription information on-line from the manufacture myself with or without a prescription. You have to be your own patient advocate, you can not rely on doctor's alone. They are not gods!

There are a few places on line that you can order from, however, the cost is extremely high. I was paying $80 for a 30 day supply 3 years ago. Today it's up to $125 same on-line pharmacy.

I had one doctor tell me he did not prescibe it to anyone and the reason was it was not cost effective, the results were not worth the cost to the patient in his opinion. He told me some of his colleges prescribe it, but didn't tell me who.

You know I order my thyroid medication from a pharmacy that does not require a script. It's cheaper than my co-pay for more pills. I also switched myself to Armour instead of Synthroid and NO I did not tell my doctor. They don't sell Meridia though.

I could tell you where, but it would not be legal. Meridia in the US is now a controlled substance and importing it in w/o a script could get you into a legal mess.

Find a doctor who will prescribe it, it is the safest way to go.

by another guest
05 Jan 08 00:28

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for over a year I tried to get my doctor to prescribe something for me to loose wt, and like you, I was always told to exercise, eat less, go see a dietician.... then ... I decided to try a different approach... I told her, look doc, I diet, I exercise, I keep gaining wt, nothing works, can you give me a recommendation on what I can buy over the counter that would be safe or that I can order online without a prescription, I can't afford to gain any more wt... I could tell she knew I was going to do it with or without her recommendation,,, so she tells me about meridia, and writes me out a prescription.... and I'm so glad, I had never heard about it, but I've lost 20lbs in 32 days but she only gave me a 2month prescription! I still have 30-40lbs to loose!

by another guest
05 Jan 08 00:32

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I forgot to mention, if you have insurance, why would you buy this for regular price, when you can get it for whatever your copay is for meds??? The price was still on my box, and it was for $139us! I only paid $20(copay), much cheaper than even buying the junk diet pills on the shelfs at the drug store that don't even work!

by Sweet_pea
11 Jan 08 16:51

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another guest wrote:I forgot to mention, if you have insurance, why would you buy this for regular price, when you can get it for whatever your copay is for meds??? The price was still on my box, and it was for $139us! I only paid $20(copay), much cheaper than even buying the junk diet pills on the shelfs at the drug store that don't even work!


Most Rx companies will not pay for weight loss medication as its considered cosmetic. You would need to file appeal or show proof of medical necessity. It could take months.

But I would like to comment on the bashing of doctors regarding the prescribing of these types of meds. Just remember one thing .... if something goes seriously wrong with anything you are illegally taking ... guess who will be caring for you in the hospital ??????? I bet when you're on your death bed you won't think that dr who's saving your life is such a quack ....

NUF SAID!

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07 Sep 08 13:03

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by heidi1071
18 May 09 13:33

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Obviously prescription drugs are prescription for a reason.  They are prescribed to people whos bodies are able to handle them and react well.  Doctors dont go to medical school for all those years for no reason.  I would never buy a presciption over the interent.  Talk to your doctor and if he/she is not open to the option and dosent give you a valid reason as to why they wont give them to you find another doctor who is more open and up to date.  I notice alot of the older doctors are old school.  Good Luck.  I just took my first one today I am hoping to loose 20 pound.

by Peter
01 Jun 09 04:21

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As correctly mentioned above, you should not really be getting such pills without prescription. There is a reason why you should not buy rx pills without prescription.
Are you aware of the effects of Meridia? I mean if you were to start without any rx, would you be in position to identify side effects?

by med fed up
13 Mar 10 12:30

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Does anyone stop to think that maybe some of these people were prescribed Merida by their doctor and it worked great but can not afford the $130.00 price tag?  My insurance won't cover Merida. I am 5'6" tall and weighed 239 lbs. After taking Merida for a month I lost 20lbs and 10lbs the next month. I can no longer afford that much money for the pills so I'm seeking out another way to buy it.  I don't understand how people can get so upset with someone wanting to pay less for their meds when our current system does not work, or care, or help any of us!

by zoefun
08 Jun 10 19:21

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Hey,



I get it from  information@the-obesitysolution.com

just email them and ask.... I've been a customer for 2 years, and I had no problems at all.....




good luck




Zoe

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