Funny you should ask, as my order of 100 mg. Manly, the Indian generic equivelant of Viagra arrived today. I ordered 20 pills as a test, they doubled the order to 40, and charged $24.95 shipping Airmail. total 46.30. I ordered on Sep 2, they charged my account on the 6th, sent a notice of shipping email on the 10th. Arrived here today, the 20th in a plain brown envelop, no customs seals or anything to show it was anything other than a letter. The pills are in blister packs of 20, with a manufactured date of July 07, and expiration date of Sep. 2011. The pills are larger than I expected, probably the size of a slightly squished M&M, ovalish and pretty robins egg blue. The larger size makes for cutting into 4 easier, but they are fairly dry, course grained, and leave some small amount of dust residue when cut into 4's. No customs stamps or anything was on the package, so it must have went right thru customs fine. I have read here and other places that the larger amount are shipped in a distinctive fiber or plastic-fiber wrapped little bale, which is easier to be noticed by Customs. I have read of a few shipments being seized. Alldaychemist have usually replaced the confiscated shipment for free, but the buyer has to pay shipping fees again on it.
As to effectiveness, I have never taken Viagra or other ED pills, so will have no comparison to a before/after situation. As to safety of the product, I have read and seen other places of the quality of the manufacturers (Cooper Pharma Ltd.) quality control in their India factories. They have a reputation of quality throughout the world, so am not too concerned about it, as hundreds of men in the USA have been taking them for some time.
4/19/07 PSA 7.6 , referred to Urologist
4/26/07 Urologist prescribes 3 weeks of antibiotics/anti-inflam. due to past history of Prostatis. DRE- nothing detected but 'gross enlargement"
6/5/07 Recheck of PSA: 6.7, biopsy scheduled.
7/11/07 Biopsy- 16 core samples, ultrasound size of gland around 76 cc.
7/17/07 Pathlogy report: 3 of 16 cancerous/ 5% involved, left lobe top to center, Gleason 3/3:6.
8/3/07 Decision made for conventional RP surgery, scheduled for Sept. 24.
Present: Surgery Scheduled for Sept. 24....waiting...waiting