I would advice this patient that they need to just go proceed with caution. We are finding out that lot of online pharmacies actually take drugs from other countries and send them overseas.
So we can't guarantee the products that you get through the Internet are really what you think you are getting. So it could be kind of big problem in a small package.
So I would highly recommend that if you are going to -- basically what are prescription medications over the Internet or through mail-order go through major companies based in United States These are also chains that have stores. We could actually walk into a store, and get a prescription refilled, and you want to be able to talk a pharmacist
You know when you are doing with online, you are not going to be able to talk to anybody if you have a question about, is it going to interact with my medicine? It's actually a little bit risky. So patients need to understand that, the pharmacist is a key person that they need to make sure as part of their healthcare routine, the Internet is free for some things but not for medications.
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