Do you consider buying potency enhancers?

02 December 2015

It is easy to buy potency enhancers online without a prescription from your doctor, but at worst they can be extremely dangerous to use. Many of the products are not authorised by the Danish Medicines Agency or other similar foreign authority. If you are lucky, you will waste your money on a product that has no effect. If you are unlucky, the pills can be detrimental to your health.

Contact your doctor, if you experience potency problems

We recommend that you consult your doctor if you experience potency problems. It is important to get the right treatment, and in some cases medicine may not be the best solution.

Buy authorised impotence drugs

All impotence drugs in Denmark require a prescription from a doctor. If the doctor finds that impotence drugs may be a solution, we recommend that you buy the medicine from a pharmacy or an online pharmacy authorised by us to sell medicines to consumers:

Pharmacies selling medicines legally on the internet

Authorised retailers selling medicines on the internet

Follow the rules if you buy medicines abroad

Private individuals can also buy medicines legally outside Denmark. However, it can be very difficult to identify which foreign shops are authorised to sell medicines. Read our good advice on how to buy medicines safely online.

Take care of yourself, and ask us if you have any questions

Take care of yourself when you are shopping online. Ask us if you are unsure about whether you are allowed to buy a product online.

See our list of illegal potency enhancers.

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