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I went to the pharmacy and asked the pharmacist to see if there was any chance of buying a product, as there were no discounts.
He suggested that I go to the pharmacy for a prescription.
The pharmacist then went on to tell me that I could pick up a $60 pill for $150 from the pharmacy.
The difference was that this one was for $60, so I asked for $80.
The pharmacy gave me the pill.
It was, to put it mildly, an excellent pill.
The packaging was very nice, with lots of stickers, and it came with a box of the drug in it, which was fantastic.
I did, however, realise that it was an old, generic version of the generic version that I had already bought from another pharmacy.
I called the pharmacy to ask what it was, and was told that it had been expired.
I was left wondering how I was going to get a generic version for the next few weeks, when the pharmacart would have all my favourite products on offer.
So, I took the pill, and the following day, I found out that I’d bought the same drug at another pharmacy, which had no discounts for the pharmacy that I used, so it was a big mistake.
The only way I could buy this new generic was to go to a pharmacy that offered discount deals on new versions of generic versions of the same product, and that was not what I was after.
So I went into another pharmacy and purchased a generic copy of the product.
I got it the next day and was able to get it in the mail for free.
The store I went through said that they had no idea that I bought it online, because it was so similar to the one they had in stock.
The new copy was, in fact, a different brand, and I was told it had not been made in Australia, and they had made it in China, which is what was meant by generic.
It’s quite common for Australian pharmacies to offer discounts on generic versions when they’re sold in China because they make the generic versions cheaper.
I’m still not sure what I’m going to do with the $120 pill that I received.
So far, I haven’t been able to find a cheaper alternative.
I’ve also tried to contact the Australian Drug Administration (ADA) and they’re still trying to determine whether or not the pill I bought was generic, but so far they haven’t responded to my enquiries.
This isn’t the first time that I’ve bought a cheaper version of a product at a supermarket.
In January, a pharmacy in Melbourne offered me a $40 tablet, and this was before I knew about generic drugs.
However, it was not until a few months later that I realised that this was not a genuine generic version.
I also tried contacting the Australian Pharmaceutical Association, which has the power to decide if a product is genuine, but they haven: refused to comment on this particular issue.
If I’m buying this medication online and getting it delivered by a pharmacy, I’ll be glad to report the problem to the Aussie Pharmacy Alliance.
This pharmacy, Pharmacy Plus, was contacted by the ABC for comment.
They told me that they were in touch with APhA and were trying to get back to me.
PharmacyPlus told the ABC that they could not comment on matters relating to the Pharmaceutical Products Regulatory Agency (PPRA), but added that they do provide a range of medicines that are made in the US and other countries.
The Pharmacy+ website also stated that “Pharmacy Plus is the world leader in generic medicines”.
I’m happy to hear that the pharmacy is in touch, and if there is a generic variant of the pill that is cheaper, I will report it to them.