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    I'm ordering it on lloyds pharmacy online but.....keep thinking about whoever will sign it off for me or whatever at the pharmacy will know what's inside it.....wouldn't want some total stranger to know about that
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm ordering it on lloyds pharmacy online but.....keep thinking about whoever will sign it off for me or whatever at the pharmacy will know what's inside it.....wouldn't want some total stranger to know about that
    Yes, they will know what it is otherwise they couldn't sign for it being the correct drug. But honestly you wont be the first person to order it and you certainly wont be the last so just don't overthink it too much.
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    I get mine from the Foster And Williams website and had to call up after I accidentally input the wrong address, I had visions of having having to go around to my neighbours and say "hey, sorry, got my cialis?"

    Luckily the woman on the phone didnt seem phased at all. I've since ordered a Jelqing machine from there too, defo don't want the neighbour to get that, especially as she's about 100 years old.
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    I am gonna order it soon. My plan is to collect in another town. I am doing it with Lloyds too.

    I have got a question. I have never used it before. I wanna know that' say if you take it, and you ejaculate, does the effect just stop there or can you get erection again? If you can, how long is the refractory period while ON viagra?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm ordering it on lloyds pharmacy online but.....keep thinking about whoever will sign it off for me or whatever at the pharmacy will know what's inside it.....wouldn't want some total stranger to know about that
    heya, as a pharmacist who is accredited to do the ED scheme (which is provided by lloyds but tonnes of places do), essentially, the pharmacist will know obviously whats in the box and has to record your details. furthermore, when you do the scheme, your GP will be informed about it as the scheme involves you consenting to have a feedback report submitted to your doctor. apart from that, pharmacies arent allowed to disclose anything to anyone without your consent per the data protection act 1998. so dont worry about a stranger knowing about it. if anything, be worried if it is someone you know
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm ordering it on lloyds pharmacy online but.....keep thinking about whoever will sign it off for me or whatever at the pharmacy will know what's inside it.....wouldn't want some total stranger to know about that
    Do not worry! Do not worry about it. Those who sell such a things are very polite people. They understand what they are selling.
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    (Original post by Brandon_peers)
    Do not worry! Do not worry about it. Those who sell such a things are very polite people. They understand what they are selling.
    got that right
 
 
 
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