1. Q: Do I need a prescription?
  2. Q: Can you fill prescriptions from my American Physician?
  3. Q: How safe are Canadian prescription drugs?
  4. Q: Why are prescription drug prices lower in Canada?
  5. Q: What is the difference between a generic drug and a brand name drug?
  6. Q: Are generic drugs safe?
  7. Q: What if I don't want generic substitution?
  8. Q: How much prescription medication can I purchase at one time?
  9. Q: How do I pay for my prescription medication?
  10. Q: How long will it take to receive my prescription medication order?
  11. Q: Do you dispense narcotic medications?
  12. Q: What is Canadamednet.com's return policy?
  13. Q: Why are some prescription drug names different in Canada?

  14. Q: Will you accept my insurance?
  15. Q: What does Canadamednet.com do for me?

Q: Do I need a prescription ?
A: Yes, just like your local pharmacy we require a valid prescription from a physician licensed to practice medicine in your area of residence .

Q: Can you fill prescriptions from my American Physician?
A: Yes we can, once a Canadian doctor has reviewed your profile and approved your prescription under his/her Canadian License.

Q: How does the quality of Canadian Prescription drugs compare to American prescription drugs?
A: Canada has an exceptional health care system and has very strict standards for the approval and manufacturing of prescription drugs.

Q: Why are prescription drug prices lower in Canada?
A: In Canada prescription drug prices are lower for several reasons. The Canadian government has price controls, this limits how
much drug manufacturers can charge for brand name drugs once approved and caps subsequent price increases. Also, generic drugs are available 5 years earlier in Canadian pharmacies.

Q: What is the difference between a generic drug and a brand name drug ?
A: A generic drug is a medication for which the original manufacturer has lost patent protection. Because of this , other manufacturers are allowed to produce and sell the exact medication at a lower more
competitive price. The generic drug is the exact same medication as the original brand name drug, simply made by another company. Due to strict regulations on the generic drug industry, these drugs must provide the same therapeutic effect as the brand name drug.

Q: Are generic drugs safe ?
A: Yes, Canadian generic drugs are just as safe and effective as US generic drugs. Canada has a government agency just like the FDA , that tightly monitors the safety and quality of all drugs sold in Canada. Generic prescription drugs are all manufactured in Canada by well respected companies and are used by million of Canadian citizens on a daily basis.

Q: What if I don't want generic substitution ?
A: On the prescription order form you may choose whether or not generic substitution is acceptable for your prescription drug order.

Q: How much prescription medication can I purchase at one time ?
A: You may only order as much as your US doctor has prescribed for you up to a maximum of three Months (100 days supply). Due to regulations put into place by the FDA US citizens are only allowed to import a maximum of three months supply of prescription medication from Canadian pharmacies for personal use. Any amount above this three month limit is not considered "personal use".

Q: How do I pay for my prescription medication ?
A: Canadamednet.com makes it easy to pay for your prescription medicine. We accept personal check, money order, Visa, and Mastercard. All charges are in US dollars.

Q: How long will it take to receive my prescription medication order?
A: Prescription drug orders will be processed within 3 to 5 business days of receiving your complete patient profile and your valid US prescription. Once shipped it can take 7 to 10 days for delivery. Shipping can be delayed by heavy mail volumes at some custom facilities .Please call us for your tracking number if you haven't received your order in 14 days.

Q: Do you dispense narcotic medications ?
A: No, It is illegal for a Canadian pharmacy to ship any narcotic or controlled substance across the border to a US resident . Also we will not dispense any habit forming prescription medications such as
Benzodiazepines.

Q: What is Canadamednet's return policy ?
A: Canadian pharmacies are prohibited from using returned prescription medications. The British Columbia College of Pharmacists Standard of practice states: The Pharmacist shall not accept the return for use or
re-use of a portion of any drug or non-prescription medication. However, a credit or refund will be issued if an error by the pharmacist results in a customer receiving drugs that should not have been shipped.

Q: Why are some prescription drug names different in Canada ?
A: These are brand or trade names registered by the manufacturer. In different countries manufacturers will often use different names. The medications have the same active ingredients, but may look different and have a different trade name. For example Losec (Canada) is a tablet and Prilosec (USA) is a capsule

Q: Will you accept my insurance ?
A: Because we are located in Canada , we can not accept any foreign insurance. We will provide you an official receipt for insurance purposes. However your insurance company may or may not accept our
receipts.

Q: What does Canadamednet.com do for me?
A: On your behalf, Canadamednet.com
  1. Consults a local physician in Canada and obtains a Canadian prescription for your medication
  2. Has the prescription filled by a licensed Canadian pharmacy
  3. Packages and ships your order to your home.
 


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