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U can find anything and they don't ask prescription. Wish u luck. there are a lot of pharmacies there. Hello U should go to bangkok, victory monument (thai name is anusavari).
Now to tuck into those lady finger bananas! 😊. Cheers David i managed to get some at a pharmacy near me. Slept like a baby last night. And feel quite balanced today.
A typical appointment cost 100 baht. Some Farrangs become cowboys and may experience some adversity, up to death. I have had some experience with this topic. The easiest way to deal with it is to hook yourself up with a doctor, as a primary care physician. Once you establish that relationship it will eliminate a lot of confusion and complications. As been alluded to, one should exercise responsibility and care with medication.
If that doesn't work, go to a clinic and ask a doctor to issue you a prescription. They will take care of your needs. The Thai medical practitioners, clinics and hospitals are among the best in the world. I would go ask a pharmacist. dcb.
Glad to read that all is A-OK, eh! Dave from Canada/Thailand. dcb.
Hey there. I love my doc by the way. My doctor told me that a lot of mom and pop pharmacies over there don't care about seeing a prescription and that my american prescription wouldn't even be valid. Im travelling to thailand in a couple of months and wanted to restock on xanax over there. Im wondering if my doctor is correct or if he's just outright talking out of his ass lol. Thats great news to me cause i wont have to spend an additional 200$ but all this sounds to good to be true. thanks people!.
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Saying i use that kind, how many mg, how many pr days and so on. Thailand have a list of drugs one can / can´t buy here, i don´t know if that list if for the hospital, Doctor clinic, and Pharmacies only, or if it is public, maybe others here know that ? Not sure what the rules are in US when traveling with painkillers to Thailand. Be a long time since i travel outside Thailand, so maybe the law / rules for that have change ?. Back in 2010 when i go Thailand for holidays and when i move here start 2011, i have somethings best translate (i think) to medicine passport of the strong painkillers i use. The painkillers i take before got on the Thailand "black list" for medicine in 2012, and therefor i am not able to buy them anymore.
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It seems possible it could be the kind of thing that comes up on routine searches there, that they might look for it, and if it's as easy as passing your bags through an x-ray scanner it might not be the kind of thing they use sampling to do. I suppose it's even possible you could experience problems on the Thai end, leaving the country with drugs, but it seems more likely that would get checked more closely where you are going. Just because you can buy it here, which conceivably could be illegal but still practiced, that doesn't mean you can take it there. I don't have any experience in either buying or travelling with prescription drugs but it might be worth considering how it will work out to take it back into the US.
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Is there anywhere in Karon, Phuket that sells xanax without a script. I just ran out of my panic attack medicine and forgot to bring my repeat with me.
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thank arissara for ur reply but im wondering when the last time you went to bangkok was?
I suffer from severe chronic pain, and learned that only two out of literally hundreds of pharmacies carry Paracetamol (Tylenol with Codeine) under the counter - otherwise, a prescription is needed. And they are way expensive, and you'd better have a good reason for wanting them (I brought all my medical records with me from the States. Sorry for all the bad news - but believe me I've really done my research. Nobody even knows what I'm talking about when I ask either for it, or for Vicodin, Norco, Percaset etc. Thailand has very weird laws regarding drugs. - even in hospitals! The only decent pain reliever you can get anywhere is Morphine, and only with a prescription - and then only at a Westerner-oriented hospital like Phuket International Hospital or Chiang Mai Ram Hospital. It IS way too good to be true! I lived in Ao Nang from last November to April - have been in Chiang Mai ever since. You can also get Valium there - about a dollar a pill for each. In short, you'd better rethink your game plan if you need Xanax - and don't get caught holding very many unless you have proof they are prescribed - or plan to spend some time in one of the lovely prisons here. You can get, for example, Lyrica and Tramadol ER without a prescription in any pharmacy that stocks them, which seems to be most. I hear some hospitals will give you a couple valium or xanax if you are about to fly and can show proof. And I have found xanax (don't need or use it, but have been taking a running poll all year of what you can and cannot get here in Thai pharmacies.) in only one pharmacy in Chiang Mai. I hope you can get what you need, one way or the other. - I hear that Lyrica has the side effect of sedating some people - but makes some other people anxious! Oh - BTW - I've not spent any time in Bankok to speak of, and the grapevine over here says that you might have some luck over there. Wish I'd done it before I got here on a one year work visa! P.S.
Thanks. Preferably in Pattaya. Would like to buy generic Xanax in Thailand for good price.
there are a lot of pharmacies there. U can find anything and they don't ask prescription. Wish u luck. Hello U should go to bangkok, victory monument (thai name is anusavari).
This year 2017 March I was staying in Lanai n went in chemist n bought little bandage as had big cut n asked if had painkiller n lady said no but wait u take one these when go bed strip of 10 1mg Alprozam light purple oval n knocked me out n was either 150 or 350 baht and this in along the shoppin road walking away from stalls turn right n on that side of road can't remember how far along,most do blues(Valium/diazepam) but the ones in strips more expensive there worth it apart from one strip u can get that when pop out blister pack like chalk,also if u say need sumfin help sleep there's tablets called deseprial or ask for amotriptiline for sleeping tablets(not sure on spelling but is for insomnia n Amos help sleep they norm offered loose yellow or pink but do the job) painkiller wise tramadol is normally strongest they offer but for best chance of getting anything else or stronger then make ur way out of town n go to chemists that look run bit run down n ask when no1 else is in chemist also take shoes off when go in chemists out of respect n look like u no stranger to chemists,the better Valium u want etc the more expensive they'll be not just in blister packs but boxes aswell n guessing same wiv other meds cheapest will be loose-generic the chemists that look spanking new and very neat is like boots,most others sell sharps but not city or vit c don't buy anyfin off scooter taxis no matter how nice or times c or bug u they have all hidden n bagged up bollocks not wot Ull want n crazy prices n try have u spend more but really for themselves it's all a set up n Bangkok careful they could call police on u but also in Bangkok have a doctors that' opens at 5pm n can do scripts,in koh samio apparently can't get morphine or diamorphine hydrochloride etc without doc script,is this true?
the Xanax sold in almost all pharmacies ( esp. the only way to buy original medicine is to speak to a Thai doctor at a hospital and they will dispense the medication from the hospital's stock / pharmacy. in most cases patient with a prescription from abroad and a short explanation of their medical history to a local doctor in enough to access such meds. if the patient has a valid need for such meds then there is no problem in acquiring them from the hospital after consulting a doctor. since a few years the law requires such meds to be dispensed only from hospital pharmacies under a docs prescription. in Pattaya ) is a counterfeit placebo - no effect - even if its sold under the counter.Find xanax