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Dutasteride from dr. reddy\'s or inhousepharmacy


#1

Ok guys, I got it from 4rx.com and it was sugar pills I think. Just white, odorless, no side effects. So which one would you recommend I get it from, Dr. Reddy’s or Inhousepharmacy.com?


#2

» Ok guys, I got it from 4rx.com and it was sugar pills I think. Just white,
» odorless, no side effects. So which one would you recommend I get it from,
» Dr. Reddy’s or Inhousepharmacy.com?

Oops, never mind. Now I see inhouse sells Dr. Reddy’s. I thought they were two different sites.


#3

Don’t worry with duta from 4rx. Just because you have not side effects does not mean it is not legit Dutasteride. Many people have not side effects with Fina or Duta, like me. I buy from 4rx too:-)


#4

» Don’t worry with duta from 4rx. Just because you have not side effects does
» not mean it is not legit Dutasteride. Many people have not side effects
» with Fina or Duta, like me. I buy from 4rx too:-)

Uh, I think there should be at least some side effects…I had no prob with Dr. Reddy’s from inhouse and def felt effects. My suspicion is just that you said it’s white and odorless. Mine has a bit of an odor and is a clear liquid inside brownish caps.


#5

» Don’t worry with duta from 4rx. Just because you have not side effects does
» not mean it is not legit Dutasteride. Many people have not side effects
» with Fina or Duta, like me. I buy from 4rx too:-)

That doesn’t prove anything. You’re basically saying that you’re buying it from the same source and you also don’t experience any side-effects. You could be taking the sugar pills as well. How much are they charging you for that stuff?

I’d suspect that these online pharmas could sell anything if it’s something that “may not work” (i.e. grow hair). I think I’d be more confident asking my dermatologist to write a script for the stuff and just pay the price. At least you know you’re getting the real thing.


#6

I took original Propecia for many years and original Avodart for 1 year with no side effects and same results. You are right. That does not prove anything. You can also buy generic medication in your pharmacy and also do not know if it is like the original brand.


#7

» I took original Propecia for many years and original Avodart for 1 year
» with no side effects and same results. You are right. That does not prove
» anything. You can also buy generic medication in your pharmacy and also do
» not know if it is like the original brand.

I think to a certain extent, we all fly in the dark. With Dr. Reddy’s, however, I bought with the knowledge that Dr. Reddy’s is a huge India pharma company. While nothing is ever certain in this regard unless you do chemical analysis, I experienced several side effects commonly known to Avodart users, and I also had success with growth…


#8

» » I took original Propecia for many years and original Avodart for 1 year
» » with no side effects and same results. You are right. That does not
» prove
» » anything. You can also buy generic medication in your pharmacy and also
» do
» » not know if it is like the original brand.
»
» I think to a certain extent, we all fly in the dark. With Dr. Reddy’s,
» however, I bought with the knowledge that Dr. Reddy’s is a huge India
» pharma company. While nothing is ever certain in this regard unless you do
» chemical analysis, I experienced several side effects commonly known to
» Avodart users, and I also had success with growth…

Yes. Actually, I originally wanted to get the name brand. But my doctor wouldn’t write me an Avodart script, just propecia. So I tryed the 4rx. And I was just a little surprised by it being white and odorless when the brand name is a gel. So I just ordered some Dr. Reddy’s. And I will have no problem with it being generic since Dr. Reddy’s is becoming such an established brand. I just hope it resembles the real thing more than a white odorless talcy pill.


#9

» I took original Propecia for many years and original Avodart for 1 year
» with no side effects and same results. You are right. That does not prove
» anything. You can also buy generic medication in your pharmacy and also do
» not know if it is like the original brand.

Wooah. Sure, the pharmacy can make a mistake and give you the wrong drugs, but that’s not their intention. If your doctor writes you up a script and the pharmacy gives you fake drugs, you’re talking about a huge lawsuit. Think about if they were giving fake epilepsy drugs, etc. You’re talking about serious problems. There’s a big difference between what your personal doctor prescribes, what the pharma gives you, and what you might receive through a so-called online pharmacy that requires no prescription.

I’m not saying you’re not getting the real thing, I just think there’s just too much uncertainty. The thought of giving someone money for nothing bothers me. :wink:


#10

Yeah, but my doctor won’t give me a script for Avodart, so I have to do online generic.

» » I took original Propecia for many years and original Avodart for 1 year
» » with no side effects and same results. You are right. That does not
» prove
» » anything. You can also buy generic medication in your pharmacy and also
» do
» » not know if it is like the original brand.
»
» Wooah. Sure, the pharmacy can make a mistake and give you the wrong drugs,
» but that’s not their intention. If your doctor writes you up a script and
» the pharmacy gives you fake drugs, you’re talking about a huge lawsuit.
» Think about if they were giving fake epilepsy drugs, etc. You’re talking
» about serious problems. There’s a big difference between what your personal
» doctor prescribes, what the pharma gives you, and what you might receive
» through a so-called online pharmacy that requires no prescription.
»
» I’m not saying you’re not getting the real thing, I just think there’s
» just too much uncertainty. The thought of giving someone money for nothing
» bothers me. :wink:


#11

» Yeah, but my doctor won’t give me a script for Avodart, so I have to do
» online generic.
»
»
»
» » » I took original Propecia for many years and original Avodart for 1
» year
» » » with no side effects and same results. You are right. That does not
» » prove
» » » anything. You can also buy generic medication in your pharmacy and
» also
» » do
» » » not know if it is like the original brand.
» »
» » Wooah. Sure, the pharmacy can make a mistake and give you the wrong
» drugs,
» » but that’s not their intention. If your doctor writes you up a script
» and
» » the pharmacy gives you fake drugs, you’re talking about a huge lawsuit.
» » Think about if they were giving fake epilepsy drugs, etc. You’re
» talking
» » about serious problems. There’s a big difference between what your
» personal
» » doctor prescribes, what the pharma gives you, and what you might
» receive
» » through a so-called online pharmacy that requires no prescription.
» »
» » I’m not saying you’re not getting the real thing, I just think there’s
» » just too much uncertainty. The thought of giving someone money for
» nothing
» » bothers me. :wink:

The thing is Dr. Reddy’s Dutas comes sealed in individually sealed packet flats with the name printed on the packet. If you aren’t seeing the name Dutas, you don’t have Dutas.

That’s a different question from whether Dutas is a good replacement/or the same as Avodart. My bet is it’s fine.


#12

» » Yeah, but my doctor won’t give me a script for Avodart, so I have to do
» » online generic.
» »
» »
» »
» » » » I took original Propecia for many years and original Avodart for 1
» » year
» » » » with no side effects and same results. You are right. That does not
» » » prove
» » » » anything. You can also buy generic medication in your pharmacy and
» » also
» » » do
» » » » not know if it is like the original brand.
» » »
» » » Wooah. Sure, the pharmacy can make a mistake and give you the wrong
» » drugs,
» » » but that’s not their intention. If your doctor writes you up a script
» » and
» » » the pharmacy gives you fake drugs, you’re talking about a huge
» lawsuit.
» » » Think about if they were giving fake epilepsy drugs, etc. You’re
» » talking
» » » about serious problems. There’s a big difference between what your
» » personal
» » » doctor prescribes, what the pharma gives you, and what you might
» » receive
» » » through a so-called online pharmacy that requires no prescription.
» » »
» » » I’m not saying you’re not getting the real thing, I just think
» there’s
» » » just too much uncertainty. The thought of giving someone money for
» » nothing
» » » bothers me. :wink:
»
»
» The thing is Dr. Reddy’s Dutas comes sealed in individually sealed packet
» flats with the name printed on the packet. If you aren’t seeing the name
» Dutas, you don’t have Dutas.
»
» That’s a different question from whether Dutas is a good replacement/or
» the same as Avodart. My bet is it’s fine.

Which online pharmacy sells Dr. Reddy’s products?


#13

I have read some posts from people who buys from inhousepharmacies and other places telling that the product is manufactured by Cipla and then appears some product comming from Genpharma or another manufacturer