Feel free to ask any questions and I'll do my best to respond. I haven't had the pills tested, I'm not a chemist or scientist or anything like that, I just know the work, look, taste and feel great. I really love Mexico and do think people in the US should have much easier access to drugs, medication, medical.
I walked down the block a few shops over and there were two more nice young women in what looked like another pharmacy but was much smaller, just a counter. I said I had no prescription, and with a little questioning she said there was a doctor two doors over who would write a prescription.
1 year ago (1 child).
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If you decide to buy prescription drugs in Mexico, ask your U.S. pharmacist to provide you with a tiny brochure called a 'package insert' that is attached to all bottles of U.S. The best way is to first find a first class pharmacy and then ask the supervisor for the name and ephone number of a doctor that they know and trust.
Usually their 'recommended' doctor is within a block or two of the pharmacy. You may find yourself wondering how to find a doctor that is authorized to write legal prescriptions for controlled medicines. The best way is to first find a first class pharmacy and then ask the supervisor for the name and ephone number of a doctor that they know and trust.
This is a major industry, and total sales to foreigners exceeds two hundred million dollars annually. Despite these numbers, however, too many Americans have little or no information about purchasing prescription drugs in Mexico.
You can with no prescription needed at any time buy pharmaceuticals in Mexico that would need a prescription in the US. And return to the US with them so long as: The meds are for your personal use. You bring less than 90 days worth The drugs are.
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Nothing addictive. The drugs are not DEA-controlled, like narcotics, Valium, etc.
The border agents see it all the time and expect it. In sum: you are generally okay bringing anything that is not DEA controlled into the US, in "personal use" quantities (about 3 months worth). Foot traffic comes over from Tijuana with shopping bags of antibiotics and blood pressure pills and antidepressants, and it's all fine.
I can only l you how it used to be.
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It is no longer possible to receive antibiotics without a prescription in Mexico.
Lots of RVers cross into Mexico for prescription drugs, dental work, and eyeglasses, so there must be something to it. Plus You can take back anything except certain controlled substances (pain medicine, diet pills, etc) and they will l you if you inadvertently try to buy something in that category that you.
The sidewalks had goods on both sides which made them narrow to walk through.
A small portion of what was available.
Thought these were cute and somewhat unique.
I snuck this picture even though you are not supposed to take pictures of the border crossings.
The best deal I got of the day though was when I simply walked away and the final price was half what I originally quoted. Just keep thinking “I don’t have to have this” and physically start to walk away and you will be surprised by the results.
Drive into the barrio and pay Mexican prices, not sucker American prices. And don't buy within a mile of the cruise ships, those are the target of these robber drug stores. Best bet is buy at WalMart or Costco, as those stores are geared toward locals. However, your insurance isn't going to be buying your drugs for you in.
Vesicare Solifenacin 10 mg 30 tablets Similares: $88.49 Costco: $64.18 Walmart: $73.27 Comercial Mexicana: $66.51 Soriana: $62.19 Cosmo’s: $65.27.
Shortly after he was elected the happy pill connection was shut down and we all needed a prescription from a licensed physician. That all changed when Carlos Salinas was elected president of Mexico for a six year term beginning in 1988. He declared that Mexico was no longer going to be Americans’ drug dealer. Any pharmacist dispensing such substances without the proper documentation was subject to loss of license, fines and/or jail sentence.