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Our step by step system makes it easy to order from us.

1) First you have to choose the product.

2) After it you have to answer our medical questionnaire which will be reviewed by our doctor.

3) After your request has been approved by our doctor the order amount will be charged.

4) The pharmacy will ship the order via regular mail or Registered Mail to the address provided by you.

5) A copy of the prescription will be attached to your order according to the FDA regulations.

6) This easy and fast procedure will help you to get a product you need without a hassle and necessity to visit a doctor’s office.

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hipping Information

4RX.com provides fast, reliable and discreet shipping. Below you will find our available shipping methods and our Policies.


Our Shipping Methods & Average Delivery Times

Registered Air Mail 10-21 Business Days
Signature Required
(no tracking number available)

Estimated Shipping Rates

Below are our estimated shipping rates, based on quantities of pills.
Actual rates in the shopping cart are calculated by weight and number of packages
sent per shipment, and may vary.

Average of 30-90 Pills
1 Bottle, Tube or Inhaler
$16.50 – $18.75
Average of 90-180 Pills
2-3 Bottles, Tubes or Inhalers
Average of 180-360 Pills
3-5 Bottles, Tubes or Inhalers
$27.75 – $34.75
More Than 360 Pills $68.00


Shipping Policies

  • Sildenafil CitrateTadalafilVardenafilFinasteride and Tramadol usually take 10-18 business days from the moment the order is shipped
  • All other meds are shipped from our India facility and generally take about 16-21 business days to be received from the moment the order is shipped
  • We do not process orders on Weekends and Holidays
  • We will not process or ship orders to a P.O. BOX or A.P.Os
  • Please allow 48 hours for processing before order ships (weekends excluded)
  • If extra identification is required to process you order, please calculate arrival time starting 24 hours after information has been successfully received by our billing department
  • If billing information or shipping addresses are incomplete, calculate arrival time starting 24 hours from the time the correct information has been supplied to our billing department
  • Orders with more than 90+ pills will be sent in multiple shipments and they may not arrive the same day
  • If billing and shipping address are different we will ask for further identification and email will be sent with instructions
  • We do not ship to Canada, Hong Kong or other high risk countries such us Ghana, Nigeria, Indonesia, Yugoslavia, Lithuania, Egypt, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Russia, Pakistan, Malaysia, Ukraine, Guam, Namibia, Thailand, Salvador, Cambodia, Oman, Morocco, Congo, Laos, Ethiopia, Sri Lanka, Gabon, Gambia, Nepal, Palau, Senegal, Malawi, Algeria, Angola, Afghanistan, Belarus, Haiti, Kenya, Nicaragua, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Sudan, Sierra Leone, Slovenia and Rwanda
  • If your order does not arrive within 21 business days from the moment the order was sent, we will reship the order without any extra cost, as long as the address provided was correct

Incorrect Shipping Address

Please make sure that you input a valid shipping address in your order form. We strongly recommend you double check your order information before submitting the order. Any mistake may cause the non-delivery of the product (since the package can’t be returned to sender) and will be at the expense of the customer. If after you have placed your order, you notice that the address was specified incorrectly, please contact us as within 12 hours to inform us by phone or live chat support.


Your medication is discreetly packaged to protect your privacy and security. We do not send commercial packaging or invoice with the order, only the strips with the tablets will be sent.

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Acetaminophen (e.g., Tylenol)

Hydantoins: Ethotoin (Peganone); Fosphenytoin (Cerebyx); Mephenytoin (Mesantoin); Phenytoin (e.g., Dilantin).


Onset: Delayed

Severity: Moderate

Documentation: Suspected

Effects: The potential hepatotoxicity of acetaminophen may be increased when chronic doses of hydantoins are co-administered. The therapeutic effects of acetaminophen may be reduced with simultaneous hydantoin therapy.

Mechanism: Hydantoins may induce hepatic microsomal enzymes that increase the metabolism of acetaminophen to hepatotoxic metabolites.

Management: The risk of hepatotoxicity is greatest when chronic dosing or over-dosage with acetaminophen accompanies regular hydantoin use. No special dosage adjustment or monitoring is generally required at usual therapeutic doses of acetaminophen and hydantoins.


Hydantoins alter acetaminophen metabolism. Hydantoins apparently induce hepatic microsomal enzymes, thus accelerating acetaminophen metabolism. One study revealed that in 6 patients on chronic anticonvulsant therapy, acetaminophen clearance was 46% faster and half-life was 28% shorter in the group receiving anticonvulsants when compared with 12 controls;6 other studies have confirmed this observation.

Toxicity of acetaminophen depends largely upon the rate of formation of hepatotoxic metabolites and the rate of depletion of hepatic glutathione. Hepatic microsomal enzyme inducers (e.g., hydantoins) may place patients who overdose on acetaminophen or chronically consume therapeutic doses of acetaminophen at increased risk of hepatotoxicity.

Additional controlled studies are needed to assess the clinical importance of this potential interaction.

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Hi. thank you for sending the cialis I have received the ten pills you you sent and have tried them. They seem too work very well so if you would still like to send the balance of the order in cialis I would appreciate it. And thank you once again for all your help. It would be nice if there were more companys with customer support team as helpful as yours. Thanks again

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Taking prescribed medications with most vitamins is safe as is taking herbal complexes that are available through health food stores. However, you should always check with your doctor, your pharmacist or your naturopath. They are all trained to know what can go with what.
An example would be Warfarin. Warfarin is used to thin the blood (anticoagulant). This medication should not be taken with any other substance that has anticoagulant properties, for exam­ple, ginkgo, aspirin and high dose vitamin E, without the advice of your medical practitioner.
The contraceptive pill for instance destroys vitamin B6. We know that certain antibiotics can destroy the B group and can also have an effect on the intestinal gut flora, diminishing the bacteria which is very important for processing vitamin B and manufac­turing antibodies. So really, vitamins can be destroyed by medi­cations but usually, the medication is not affected by vitamins.
Some foods should not be taken with medications. Certain antibiotics, such as tetracyclins, if taken with a protein such as milk, can bind to that protein and make itself ineffective. Check with your medical practitioner.
For the treatment of benign prostatic enlargement there are two herbs that can be very helpful.
The herb saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) should be used. Serenoa acts in toning the male reproductive system, particularly the prostate and can reduce prostatic hypertrophy.
Horsetail acts as a strong diuretic and is of benefit when used for urinary and prostatic diseases. Horsetail has been used in the treatment of irritable symptoms of the urinary system. It stimu­lates the bladder and kidneys and helps move any stones. Zinc is also needed as many studies show that a lack of zinc in the diet could be associated with prostatic enlargement.

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Antibiotic treatment for chlamydia, the most common sexually transmitted disease in the UK, will be sold over the counter in pharmacies from October.

A single dose of antibiotics will be available to people over the age of 16 who test positive for chlamydia, and for their partners.

What is chlamydia?

Chlamydia is an infection caused by bacteria. It’s easily passed on from person to person during sex.

Chlamydia can usually be cured with just one dose of antibiotics. Unfortunately, people often don’t get treatment, because they don’t realise they’re infected. More than half the people who get chlamydia don’t have any symptoms.

If chlamydia is left untreated for a long time, it can cause serious health problems. It’s particularly important for women to get treatment, as chlamydia can cause infertility.

How can I get tested and treated at present?

Chlamydia testing is currently available to all age groups from GPs and sexual health clinics (often called genitourinary medicine clinics, or GUM clinics).

The NHS is trying to make testing more widely available, especially for younger people who are most at risk. So free testing for chlamydia is also offered to under-25s by some pharmacies, youth clubs, universities and family planning clinics, as part of a special screening programme.

A test for chlamydia usually involves giving a urine sample, which is sent away to a laboratory. If the results show you have the infection, you’ll be given antibiotics to get rid of it.

What about the new scheme?

The UK’s drug safety watchdog has now decided that the antibiotic azithromycin can be sold over the counter to treat chlamydia. So, from the end of October, you’ll also be able to buy a chlamydia test kit in addition to any necessary treatment, without a prescription, from some pharmacies. The new scheme is available to anyone over 16.

Free testing will still be available for all age groups at GUM clinics and GPs’ surgeries, and also in pharmacies as part of the special screening programme for under-25s.

How will it work?

The antibiotic, sold under the brand name Clamelle, will only be available to people who test positive for chlamydia, and their sexual partners.

You’ll be able to buy a chlamydia test kit, also called Clamelle, from pharmacies for £25. The kit includes a container, which you fill with urine and send off to a laboratory. The test results are then sent back to you in the post.

If the test shows you have chlamydia, you’ll be able to buy the antibiotic direct from a pharmacy, without a prescription. Pharmacists will be able to check your test results electronically to make sure you’re getting the right treatment.

Of course, you still have the option of getting a prescription for antibiotic treatment from your GP or from a sexual health clinic.

The Clamelle treatment costs £20. This compares to a standard NHS prescription charge of £7.10 in England and £5 in Scotland. Prescriptions in Wales are free. Prescriptions for chlamydia treatment are free on the NHS for anyone under 25.

The new Clamelle test kit and treatment is aimed at people over 16 who may have chlamydia but who have no symptoms. If you have symptoms of chlamydia, such as discharge from your penis or vagina, itching or abdominal pain, you should see a doctor. You should also see a doctor if you want to be tested for chlamydia and you are pregnant, or think you could be.

Under the new scheme, along with the test results, you’ll also be sent notification slips that you can send on to any recent sexual partners. Partners can see their doctor if they wish, but they can also use the notification slip to buy Clamelle from a pharmacist, without needing a test.

What’s in the medicine?

Clamelle is a brand name for azithromycin, an antibiotic that’s already used to treat chlamydia. The only difference is that it will now be available without a prescription.

You’ll need to wait seven days after treatment before having sex again. If you have a partner, they’ll have to get treatment too, or you could re-infect each other.

Azithromycin doesn’t cause many side effects. The most common problems are feeling sick, getting diarrhoea or having stomach pain. Less than 1 in 10 people get these problems. Some people have an allergic reaction to the drug, but this is rare.

What does this mean for me?

If you think you might have chlamydia, or just want testing to be on the safe side, you now have another option to choose from. It’s worth remembering that getting tested and buying treatment over the counter may not be the cheapest option. But you may prefer it for convenience. You might also consider it if you’re over 25, so not eligible for the NHS screening programme, and you don’t want to visit a doctor.

Many people find the most difficult part of being diagnosed with chlamydia is informing any recent sexual partners. Under the new scheme, pharmacists will be trained to offer advice. If you’re being treated at a sexual health clinic or with the NHS screening programme, the staff there will be able to help you. They may even be able to contact people for you, without using your name.


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