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Here are several answers to questions We've received recently about "How to buy lexapro at online pharmacy without a prior prescription":

Q. In what way does the consultation online work?

A: Online consultations are the new breed in health care patient-to-physician communication. Under this procedure, patients do not have to have the usual physical exam by the doctor; instead the patient fills out an online medical history, and this questionnaire is then sent to the doctor through our secure order protocol. While online consultations will never replace traditional medicine, they are convenient for the patient that does not require a physical exam to receive the treatments they need.
Our company pledges to meet and exceed all government rules and regulations pertaining to this new form of health care delivery. NextDayOnlinePharmacy.com will never refer your order to anyone but a fully licensed certified physician. Our pharmacists are highly trained and qualified, to give you the best pharmaceutical care available. We work with pharmaceutical wholesalers and manufacturers to get you the best quality medication at a cheaper price.

Q. After I have placed my Lexapro order what happens?

A: Your ordered Lexapro will be delivered to a licensed physician through our ordering system, who will then review the information before approving or declining your request.
Once your purchase of Lexapro has been approved, the doctor will then write your prescription and our ordering procedure will make sure that it is delivered to the pharmacy, where the Lexapro prescription will be filled and mailed out.


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Please be reassured that our online order protocol employs the latest security encryption technology available to safeguard your credit card information at the very highest level of protection. Our computer systems are monitored on a regular basis to be certain that your information is secure.

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A. There is an entire list of the medications that we sell in the product section of your browser; some are controlled substances that we cannot sell online, because the law requires a physical exam in order to be dispensed. Valium, Lorazepam, Ativan, Diazepam, Clonazepam, Kolonopin and many others are just some of the medicines excluded.

Q: What is the location in which your Physicians are licensed?

A: Our doctors who practice medicine are licensed in the U.S. We only use physicians that are board certified and drug companies that are licensed by the U.S.

Q: Can you deliver Lexapro to a P. O. Box?

A: We regret that we are not allowed to ship to a P. O. Box.

Q: Am I required to be at home when the order is delivered?

A: Yes, because every order will require an adult signature.

Q: Is Lexapro delivery available to my state?

A: Because of the rules and regulations, we are unable to ship medicines to all states, please refer to the order form for a list of states that we are currently able to ship to.

Q: What is the way in which you ship Lexapro orders?

A: All Lexapro orders are shipped via FedEx, usually the very next day.

Q: What are the terms of your cancellation policy?

A: If your Lexapro order has not been okayed by your doctor or sent out yet, you may cancel. If we have already approved or sent your Lexapro order, we are unable to cancel it. If you need more information about our cancellation policy, go to our order page and look under terms and conditions.

Q. How do I find out what your return policy is?

A: Due to the regulations of the Food and Drug Administration, refunds and prescription medication exchanges are not allowed. If you need more information, go to our order page and look up our current return policy in the terms and conditions section.

Q: Do you offer international shipping Lexapro?

A: We regret that we can ship Lexapro only within the United States at this time; we are unable to ship overseas.

 

What's It Take to Lower Cholesterol?

I have very high cholesterol that is obviously hereditary, since I'm a vegetarian and eat no animal products. I have a very low fat intake, and also take vitamin E. I don't want to take any medication. Is there anything I can take in the way of herbs or natural products to lower my cholesterol? And yes, I do exercise regularly.

I'm assuming from your question that you've done all of the standard lifestyle interventions to try to manipulate cholesterol. The primary step, of course, is to reduce saturated fat in your diet as much as possible, meaning mostly fats of animal origin -- but also palm and coconut oils. Plus, don't forget that your body makes its own cholesterol. Peanut butter, vegetable oils, shortenings, and margarines can cause your body to make too much. Also cut out coffee, black tea, and cola.

On the positive side, Japanese green tea and foods like onions, garlic, chili peppers and shiitake mushrooms all have some cholesterol lowering effects. Also, as you know, make sure you exercise (I always recommend 30 minutes, at least five days a week.)

Most people find that changing their eating and exercise habits brings their cholesterol profile down to normal. But everyone's biochemical balance is unique, of course, so these interventions may not have worked for you. If so, then I think it may be time to try niacin, or vitamin B-3.

There have been some ineffective forms of niacin on the market. But there's a new form that definitely works, a wax-impregnated, time-release niacin. Carlson Laboratories, based in Arlington Heights, Ill., is one of the companies that makes it, in a product called Niacin.Time. I would start with a dose of one 500 mg tablet twice a day with meals.

I will caution you, though, to take niacin with great care and with medical supervision. Time-release niacin is strikingly effective at lowering cholesterol, but it can also disturb liver function. In rare cases, it can cause a fulminant toxic hepatitis. That's a real medical catastrophe, and frequently fatal.

You must monitor liver function when starting time-release niacin. Have liver function checked at the start of therapy, then test it again after two weeks on niacin. You can get a liver test at any clinical laboratory, but a doctor has to phone in an order for it.

As long as your liver enzymes are normal you can stay on the niacin indefinitely, increasing the dose until cholesterol comes down to the level you want. You may want to go up to 1,500 mg a day or even higher, but I'll emphasize again that this can only be done with liver monitoring. Keep the dose as low as possible to maintain improvement. You should also know the early signs of liver dysfunction: They are unexplained loss of appetite, nausea, a feeling of abdominal fullness, abdominal pain, and any other unusual digestive symptoms.

Don't take niacin if you are pregnant or have ulcers, gout, diabetes, gallbladder disease, liver disease, or have had a recent heart attack.

Niacin seems to both lower the bad LDL cholesterol, which damages artery walls, and maybe raise HDL, the good cholesterol that protects arteries. Your total cholesterol should be under 180. If you can get your total cholesterol under 150, your chance of a heart attack is negligible.

 


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