Where is the best place to buy drugs in the Philippines? There are three major drugstore chains to choose from: Watson's, Mercury and The Generic Pharmacy. But even though everyone knows generics are usually cheaper, the difference in price can be astounding. Sometimes as much as 40x more!
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Tramadol is crap! I am an Ex-Paratrooper I know! If you can't get anything better your stuck! Find a Doctor they are not that expensive there. Then get something much better. A stronger Opiode is much better even though it may not really work either.
Someday I may be coming to visit my friend there. I use several prescriptions to control epileptic seizures and MUST use the brand name drugs! Can I purchase these medications in the drug store without my prescriptions? Or, should I have those documents with me?
no! if you don't trust me, watch videos from other expats. the PH is not the place to be. you should not move to the Philippines if you have constant health issues. anything cronic that needs medical attention. Heart problems, or anything really especially that needs constant medical attention.
Thanks for the good info. I don't like pills in general but I do pay extra for Advil. I use much less than the generic brands. My dentist informed me that while the active ingredient is (or should be) the same in generics, Advil in particular, the other active ingredients that help it absorb and target the pain, are not the same. I have had prescription pain pills a few times and always gone back to Advil as the prescription side affects always bothered me and didn't handle pain any better. We all react differently though.
I will definitely search out Generic stores.
Oi, Excellent topic! I take tramadol 50 mg and here in the land of milk and honey, ya right! The price is 72 cents per. tablet. Oh, and that' medication requires a Rx so add about 150.00 USD to that bottom line for a doctors visit not to mention the follow ups. Please someone take me done from the cross! Now what would that conversion be in PHP currency boys and girls? Salamat
+Bruce Boggan There's only one medication that I had the opportunity to try both the brand name and the generic. I didn't feel a difference between the two. For the others generics I've tried, I never tried the brand name equivalent so I can't compare but they did what they were supposed to do. The ingredients are supposed to be exactly the same chemically so I don't expect there to be a difference.
Hi, Syl! I'm on the other side of the world, I'm Brazilian and here,the generics aren't that cheap. I'm shocked to know about that huge difference among those drugstores. I'm wondering how does pharmaceutical industry work, isn't it crazy? Anyway, I wish you get better. I gonna keep on watching your videos, love them.
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