I think it is very important to elaborate these dangers once again because women who are ready to skip doctor s advice obviously do not know what kind of risks they are taking. First, let s take a look at the dangers of online pharmacy stores. There are a few online pharmacy stores that are registered with the Care Quality Commission which gives them the guarantee or credibility. But all other pharmacies that aren't registered with the Care Quality Commission do not have any credibility and you can never be sure what exactly you are buying.
Many of online pharmacies are unregulated. Additionally, in 2008 a research was made and more than 60% of medicines bought online were fake, or were produced under standards. In the UK for example, more than 2 million people buy drugs regularly over the internet from legitimate online pharmacies. In 2008, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain introduced a green cross to identify accredited online pharmacies. In the US legality and risks of purchasing drugs online depend on the specific kind and amount of drug being purchased.
While rarely enforced, it is usually illegal to purchase controlled substances from an overseas pharmacy. Generally speaking, a person purchasing a controlled substance from such a pharmacy is violating two federal laws that carry stiff penalties (up to 5 years in prison and $250,000 fine for importation of non-narcotic drugs). When ordering (fertility) drugs online, you are not only putting your health at risk, but you're your freedom. So, think again. Do you think it is worth it?