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    Default little blue pills

    In Sosua, some guys sell viagra...
    Not that I want to buy
    maybe in 30 years...
    but just curious to know the price it costs as the same guy offers me to buy each time I pass by

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derfish View Post
    How can any one here know his price? My friend buys the local pill and sells them for a great profit in Canada. Or so he says. I cannot imagine how. See an old guy on a park bench. "Hey dude ya wanna buy some pills?"
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    He is taking a big risk. For example:

    Up To 77 Percent Of Viagra Bought Online May Be Fake, And Possibly Dangerous, Research Shows - Forbes

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    if someone has bought some already, then he can eventually tell us the price he paid or was asked

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    Is it Viagra or a Generic? Generics should be around 200 pesos.

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    Why not ask the seller??

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    The only little blue pills i buy cost RD20 each but need a prescription that can be had for RD300. Love those mothers little helpers. BTW each script lets you buy 4 boxes of 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derfish View Post
    The generics are 50 pesos in the farmacia.
    You must buy in bulk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumbo View Post
    The only little blue pills i buy cost RD20 each but need a prescription that can be had for RD300. Love those mothers little helpers. BTW each script lets you buy 4 boxes of 100.
    You get a prescription for Viagra in the DR?

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    la pela is 50 pesos, there are other generics too, even cheaper. we used to sell levapen by boxes to some gringo clients who would then resell them in their businesses or take them abroad. real viagra by pfizer is about 10 dollars per pill here.

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    The active ingredient in La Pela is tadalafil, same as in 1/2 of a Cialis. Kamagra is the sildenafil citrate (Viagra) equivalent.

    Here's the thing. Anyone who has never taken prescription Viagra of prescription Cialis really shouldn't fool around with the Dominican OTC equivalents. These medications were discovered during trials for heart medications and their desired effects were listed as side effects during the initial drug trials. Anything that alters your heart rhythm or blood pressure should not be tried without prior physician supervision.

    In the USA, Guys over 50 are offered free samples of both and these Levitra (vildenafil) after routine checkups if they are found in good health. Doctors get paid bounties by the pharmas to give this stuff away, just like dope dealers on the street offering samples to prospective new users.

    Those pills sell for about $15-$20 each in the USA. It's not inconceivable for Guys to get a prescription for a bottle in the D.R. (how difficult is that? LOL) and sell them for 100%-500% profit in the States, paying for their entire trip including the 2-3 pills they may have taken while in country.

    I recommend leaving the pills alone and trying the mamajuana. I have never heard of anyone going blind, having a stroke or dying from it.

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