Hey 142 I see the bind that spammers put you moderators in. However given the terrible lack of compassion for surgical victims of ED shown by the health providers and their insurance companies, generic drugs represent for many of us the only affordable recourse. My urologists wanted me to take V or C or L at more than $25 a pill - for rehab rather than for basically unachievable intercourse.
I am struggling to get my preferred tadalafil online without prescript
ion despite finding a source which has high reputation for safety and reliability. Delivery to Australia is allowed but not to New Zealand. Viagra in it's new guise in New Zealand "Avigra" by Pfizer, is about
30% of it's former price at about
$8 but side effects for me aren't great. I don't want to wait for the makers of cialis to respond to the pricing of V but may have to ration myself to 5 x 1/2 tabs of Avigra a week (about
$20) and 2 trimix shots a week ($20) or $2000 for a whole year. Sucks really while I am paying nearly two hundred bucks a month in medical insurance. Combined $4000 a year! Hopefully I can gain full function without meds within 6 month.
I wish somebody was able to grasp the nettle of having PDE-5 inhibitors approved for subsidy and recognised as health promoting - for prostate surgery "victims", not "recreational" users. Stats are said to exist that ED sufferers have increased incidence of high blood pressure, heart attack and depression. Sorry about
the long post.
Post Edited (KickintheButt) : 1/26/2012 12:35:18 AM (GMT-7)