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There have been lots of posts on this forum recently about GPs refusing to prescribe drugs like nalmefeme for patients. Some people seem to be able to get it easily, whilst others have GPs who won't prescribe it.
I know that some GPs, my own included, have a surgery policy of not prescribing as they haven't got the facilities to monitor and counsel patients, even though they meet the NICE guidelines.
some people are happy to pay for a consultation with a private physciatrist and then pay for a private prescription, which for a 28 days supply is about £120.
I personally would never buy drugs and medicines online, although I know many do. I just wanted to know how can you ensure that what you think you're buying is what you actually get.
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