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Is it ok to go to another eu country just to see a doctor and get a prescription? ?

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Michael Mccullough 
Asked at 2011.04.12 02:09:49
I suffer dreadful anxiety and panic attacks. But the UK has the smallest selection of anxiolytics and hypnotics in Europe, and they are the least effective. Can I go every couple of months to Belgium for a prescription of more useful drugs than I can get on the NHS? Gr health policy not a European matter? I believe you can bring in a 90 day supply of what you need, beyond that you need a Home Office import licence. I pay more here for 0.5mg Xanax tablets than my recommende dose of 2mg 3 times a day, and can only get Lysanxia for my thanatophobia there too. Help!
answer Kernow Lady  Answered at 2011.04.12 02:09:49
You would have to register with a Doctor in the EU and they require your NHS number, this can easily be tied up with your Doctor in the UK., your notes would then have to be sent.
Surely you realise that this would be an easy way for obtaining drugs so the loopholes have been closed.
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