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I am returning to Thailand soon and having recently commenced using Caverject Impulse injections for ED, I need to be assured of their availability in LoS.

 

Any information would  be appreciated.  Available? .. at Dr's clinic? Pharmacy? Hospital? Cost (10cl)? I'm assuming doctor's prescription is required for a pharmacy. Correct?

 

Please don't just tell me to use the blue pill. This is a Dr prescribed rehab program, so if not available in Thailand, or not affordable, I'll need to make alternative arrangements. 

 

Thankyou. 

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Off-market in Thailand, no longer available. Possible some hospitals still have a little in stock but I would nto count on reliable supply

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Thanks Sheryl. Given only one mention on www as regards Thailand and that being definitional, I was predicting this sort of problem - hence my post.

 

Thanks anyway. The next potential issue is bringing it in in my luggage - unless someone else has found a workable solution.

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One more question Sheryl. In the absence of Caverject, do you happen to know if either Trimix or Bimix is obtainable as an alternative?

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On 6/14/2021 at 1:07 PM, Iamemjay said:

Thanks Sheryl. Given only one mention on www as regards Thailand and that being definitional, I was predicting this sort of problem - hence my post.

 

Thanks anyway. The next potential issue is bringing it in in my luggage - unless someone else has found a workable solution.

I would first make sure that it's import is permitted. Then I would include a prescription from my doctor. In addition, I would get a letter of diagnosis from him, then have him sign a Thai language copy of said letter. Upon declaration, I would present all to the customs officer.

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18 minutes ago, rcuthbert said:

I would first make sure that it's import is permitted. Then I would include a prescription from my doctor. In addition, I would get a letter of diagnosis from him, then have him sign a Thai language copy of said letter. Upon declaration, I would present all to the customs officer.

I have brought Cavaject into Thailand both in my checked luggage and by post for several years. Never had an issue.

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2 hours ago, Iamemjay said:

One more question Sheryl. In the absence of Caverject, do you happen to know if either Trimix or Bimix is obtainable as an alternative?

 

no. nothing of the sort.

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