Bristol, Bristol United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 17, 2011 -- Buying prescription medications on the internet has always been an area that's controversial and Viagra is the one that has received more attention than all, simply because it is one medicine that has been counterfeited more than any other drug. It is also alarming to note that the number of illegal criminal agencies that run unapproved illegal pharmacy websites is increasing day by day and many of them even manage to get on the top ranks in search engines.
This is where UK based website http://www.erectiledysfunctionclinics.co.uk comes in. It is a non profit website dedicated to educate the users on all the ethical and legal options of buying Viagra safely. The site focuses on the UK regulations and lists the compliance of the websites dealing with online doctor services and also lists a price comparison chart of the leading legal CQC regulated UK clinics dispensing erectile dysfunction medicines like Viagra and cialis.
"We hope that the website will help educate the customers on the dangers of buying Viagra and other prescription medicines without consultation from illegal pharmacies and also hope that the information provided will help men find the best prices on the internet", says Dr Mark Williams, Bristol GP and site supervisor.
Buying the medication is now very simple. All one needs to do is go through the information on the site, pick a clinic that adheres to all safety standards and UK regulations and then proceed to get consultation. Most of the online doctor services are very simple to use and all one needs to do is fill a questionnaire as part of the online consultation process by ticking the relevant check boxes on the website, hit submit and pay. If approved, the doctor will issue a prescription which will be filled by a NHS UK pharmacy and delivered within 48 hours.
One of the main challenge that had to be overcome was get over the poor reputation of medicine supply websites. The internet and news are filled with stories of illegal or unethical online pharmacies dispensing medication without adequately evaluating patient history or the filled out questionnaire.
Dr Andrew Wilkins, one of the online doctor service partners explains that it is not the intention of online doctor services to replace the patient's GP. Rather, the aim is to offers an alternative means of accessing treatments, particularly to embarrassing conditions - and this frees up the GP's time for other consultations. 'It complements general practice,' he says.
The website is constantly updated and we will continue to bring you news and best deals on the Government regulated online ED clinics in UK Stay tuned at http://www.erectiledysfunctionclinics.co.uk