How to buy CIALIS

Buy CIALIS safely

You’ve decided to take action. You’ve talked to your partner about your condition. Now you’re ready to talk to your doctor.

If you and your doctor decide CIALIS is right for you, your doctor will give you a prescription. Check with your health insurance provider to see if CIALIS is covered. If it isn’t covered today, check again soon—coverage is expanding. CIALIS is not covered by Medicare insurance for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.

To be sure your prescription is filled with real CIALIS, take it to an accredited US-based pharmacy. And remember to check if your pharmacy fills prescriptions online.

Buying CIALIS safely online

Here are some legitimate online pharmacies where you can order CIALIS

The list of online pharmacies above is not exhaustive and is current as of November 7, 2014. This list is not an endorsement of any online pharmacy or the quality of support it may provide. For specific information regarding the availability and pricing of CIALIS, please contact the pharmacy directly. Eli Lilly and Company, the maker of CIALIS, does not set or control the actual retail price at pharmacies.

If you have a CIALIS FREE TRIAL voucher, contact your pharmacy of choice to find out if you can redeem the offer online, as the ability to do so may vary by pharmacy. Or, you can redeem your voucher in person at your local pharmacy.

If you prefer an online pharmacy not listed here, you can verify its legitimacy at LegitScript.com.

Beware of counterfeit (fake) CIALIS

Counterfeit medication has been known to contain dangerous ingredients, such as pesticides, lead, and mercury Often, counterfeit medication contains little to no active ingredient, and that means you won’t get the results you expect

Only use online pharmacies that are accredited by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy® (NABP)

Here are some ways to help make sure you’re getting the real thing when buying online. Beware of sites that: Offer CIALIS at a price that’s much lower than your local pharmacy or at a price that seems “too good to be true” Don’t list a street address or contact information, especially if they’re not located in the
United States
More than 50% of drugs bought online from sites that conceal their physical address are counterfeit Sell prescription medications without a prescription, or after a short online survey or review by a remotely located physician Offer generic, “soft tab,” or “fast dissolve” CIALIS There is no generic for CIALIS, and CIALIS only comes as an almond-shaped tablet that is swallowed whole

It’s difficult to tell whether or not drugs purchased online are dangerous because counterfeiters are very good at copying the packaging and appearance of legitimate drugs. Even the makers of legitimate drugs often can’t confirm whether or not a product bought online is real without chemical analyses.

Look for online pharmacies with Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Sites™ (VIPPS) accreditation. Only online pharmacies with VIPPS accreditation have had their facilities
inspected and their practices reviewed by the NABP.

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Cost of CIALIS

Please check local pharmacies for actual retail prices, which may vary. Both national and regional managed care coverage has expanded for CIALIS for daily use, so be sure to contact your health plan’s member services to find out if you’re covered for a full month’s prescription.