HOW TO GET VIAGRA

HOW TO GET VIAGRA®

Getting treated with Viagra® starts with talking to your healthcare professional. They are trained to treat erection difficulties with understanding and discretion. They are also the only ones in NZ who can prescribe or supply Viagra® to you.

If you want Viagra® and not an alternative or generic treatment, make sure you ask for Viagra® by name and that your doctor notes “No Substitution” on your prescription. 

READY TO TAKE THE FIRST STEP

To find out whether your pharmacist or GP is the best person for you to see, answer six questions to help guide you in the right direction!

GET STARTED 

Once you have completed your questionnaire, your pre-check guide will be emailed to you. You can either download it onto your mobile, or print it to show your doctor or pharmacist. 

It is important to note that Viagra® is one of the most counterfeited drugs in the world. In fact, 80% of websites surveyed claiming to sell Viagra® were selling counterfeits.

These counterfeits aren’t just a cheap knock-off of a proven product; they’re illegal, potentially harmful fakes. It’s difficult to tell where or how they were made—or even what’s in them. So, don’t be fooled by counterfeit Viagra® 8.

WARNING COUNTERFEIT MEDICATIONS CAN BE DANGEROUS

WHAT WE FOUND IN
COUNTERFEIT VIAGRA® 8

  • Blue Printer Ink.
  • Amphetamines, also known as “speed”.
  • Metronidazole; an antibiotic that could cause an allergic reaction, diarrhoea, or vomiting.
  • Too much active ingredient which may cause you harm.
  • Binding agents, such as drywall, that prevent the tablet from breaking down in your system. 

WHAT WE FOUND IN
OTHER COUNTERFEIT
MEDICATIONS8

  • Toxic ingredients, such as boric acid, floor wax, brick dust, rat poison and road paint.
  • Ingredients that can have dangerous interactions with other medications you may be taking.
  • A completely different medication with potentially harmful side-effects.