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  1. #16482

    Rx Requested CPB. Secondary resolution required. Supervisor approval granted.

    30 minute wait in Secondary. Two CBP supervisor sign off. Rx and daily dosage with diagnosis review. "Since when and so forth medical condition."

    Product located via video screening in the original bulk package quantity in a day bag.

    Expect delay and visit to secondary to answer the basic medical review and notes added to your CBP profile.

    All good be.

    Rx and diagnosis.

  2. #16481

    Soma still available?

    I'll be returning to the Zona next week for the first time in years? Is Soma still available in Tijuana? It has become very hard to get in the US. Does anyone have a preferred pharmacy down there? Is the Soma down there name brand or just generic? I will be getting a mexican RX and coming back Sentri. Thanks for any info.

  3. #16480
    Quote Originally Posted by ErrolFlynn  [View Original Post]
    What is your experience bringing extra pills back into the USA Without a scrip? I'm not talking about large quantities, just a few left overs that you might be saving for next time instead of scarffing them. Do you declare them? If so, what happens? If not, what's the worst case scenario? Asking for a friend LOL.
    If it hasn't already been said, it's better to keep meds / pills boxed or in its packaging. Driving or walking around in Mexico or crossing the border with loose pills is not advised. Other than that any sort of ed meds are fine. Nobody should say anything. Don't even say anything and if somebody questions you, tell them you forgot to claim. Moe.

  4. #16479

    Bringing back cialis / figrals

    Quote Originally Posted by ErrolFlynn  [View Original Post]
    What is your experience bringing extra pills back into the USA Without a scrip? I'm not talking about large quantities, just a few left overs that you might be saving for next time instead of scarffing them. Do you declare them? If so, what happens? If not, what's the worst case scenario? Asking for a friend LOL.
    I also have Sentri, but I always walk back across to the US. I also use Piri for the great deal on Figrals.

    I asked the CBP agent about bringing back 10 pills without a script. He said you must have an Rx signed by a Mexican MD. Now, how well they enforce this? Who knows. Maybe when driving through, they won't hold you up for a few pills (I think the max is 40. Could be wrong). But walking? Depends on what kind of day they are having. I wouldn't take a chance at losing my sentri card for this. From what I hear, it's up to the CBP to yank it from you. Besides, I found another mail order source via an Indian pharmacy. I just bring over what I need. Done is done.

  5. #16478
    Quote Originally Posted by ErrolFlynn  [View Original Post]
    What is your experience bringing extra pills back into the USA Without a scrip? I'm not talking about large quantities, just a few left overs that you might be saving for next time instead of scarffing them. Do you declare them? If so, what happens? If not, what's the worst case scenario? Asking for a friend LOL.
    I've had a lot of different experiences in bring Viagra and generic Viagra back with me to the United States. I got a prescription from a Mexican doctor in Tijuana back in year 2005 or 2006 to carry some on my person while in Tijuana during a time when policia shakedowns of mongers in Tijuana was extremely common among posters to Tijuana hooker forums. But no Tijuana policia has ever stopped me while I was carrying any provocative items. I have never obtained a Viagra prescription from a United States doctor.

    From around 2005 or 2006 up through 2011 I typically hid the three to nine pills I was bringing back to the United States deep in my luggage and it was never discovered. At around 2011 or 2012 I discovered on the CBP website that I could legally bring back up to 50 dosages (without a US doctor's prescription) so I began declaring them when I returned to the United States on foot or via my car. I would declare I was bringing back nine or sometimes 15 pills of Figral to the CBP agent. Almost always the CBP agent would ask "What is Figral?" And when I would tell them it was generic Viagra, I typically was immediately waived through.

    In the last three or four years there were only two notable events. Maybe three or four years ago I was driving back and bringing back about a dozen Figral pills. I decided not to declare them, but I also didn't hide them well. They were in a zippered outside pouch that was part of a soft luggage bag that was right on top of all the crap in my car's trunk. The CBP officer went looking in my trunk and then he left the area and disappeared for around 16 to 20 minutes. He eventually returned to my car, he didn't say anything to me, and just waived me through immediately when he returned. I'd never had such a long delay at the border before or since. When I got home I opened my trunk and saw that the dozen Figral pills were out in the open-now outside of my luggage in my trunk. Heck on top of my luggage. So the CBP officer certainly had found them. My guess is he went to a supervisor or another CBP agent, who probably told him that a dozen undeclared Figrals was not a problem to concern him.

    But the funniest event also happened about three or four years ago when I was returning to the United States on foot via PedWest. I was carrying the largest amount of Figral I ever brought across: 28 Figrals-all 100 MG. I declared them to the dumbest CBP agent I have ever encountered. He seemed shocked and concerned and told me I had much too many pills than the allowed amount. He said I could only bring back with me a 90-day supply and that these pills could only be taken once every three days. He was a heavy-set black man that looked like he might be around 50 years old.

    I politely told him that.

    1). He was incorrect, and.

    2). The CBP website said I could bring back up to 50 pills, and.

    3). That if I took one pill every third day, that I still had less than a 90-day supply.

    The veins on his neck and forehead began to buldge as if they were going to explode. In a raised voice he informed me that I was going to secondary where they would deal with me.

    At Pedwest, the foot-traffic secondary is directly behind where the first CBP agents sit. The first CBP agents sit behind a three-foot tall stainless steel permanent counter with each CBP agent having his or her own turnstile. The agents in secondary are all in a large area behind a wall of floor to ceiling frosted glass. The dumb first agent had me stand at a large doorway leading into this "secondary" area, but just outside of that "secondary" area. I was maybe ten feet behind the first line of agents sitting behind the three-foot tall permanent counter. As I peered through the doorway looking into secondary, to the left there was a mid-sized conference table that had about six or eight chairs around it, but no agents sitting around that conference table. To the right there were agents milling about, but since I was looking through frosted glass I couldn't tell if they were sitting at desks or tables. And only a few of these agents were walking or standing. Most seemed like they were seated.

    The stupid CBP agent had me stand there for ten or fifteen minutes. The the dumb agent alternately would disappear, and then return to confirm I hadn't moved. I never saw an agent in secondary. Eventually the dumb first agent on one of his returns told me I was free to leave. I wanted to challenge the dumbass to admit he was wrong about what he earlier was barking at me about. But instead I kept my mouth shut and simply moved my ass out of there and into San Ysidro without saying anything more.

  6. #16477
    Quote Originally Posted by Sound7  [View Original Post]
    Is it under the bridge to the right on exit?
    Yes, after exiting on the Mexican side, make a right, go past the taxi line; cross under the bridge to the other side and walk around 30 yards to your left. The HK limo stop has a lounge where you can wait if the limo is not immediately available. Carlos, one of the drivers, showed me around the lounge this week. I used the limo thrice around noon this week. It is cheaper than a cab from PedWest in my opinion.

  7. #16476

    No isues if you declare the pills

    Quote Originally Posted by ErrolFlynn  [View Original Post]
    What is your experience bringing extra pills back into the USA Without a scrip? I'm not talking about large quantities, just a few left overs that you might be saving for next time instead of scarffing them. Do you declare them? If so, what happens? If not, what's the worst case scenario? Asking for a friend LOL.
    I declared both Figral and Cialis on separate days while returning via the Sentri lane. Was waved through without any further questions on both occasions.

  8. #16475

    CostCo for Cialis and Piri for generic Sildenafil

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeek123  [View Original Post]
    I'm looking to go to Tijuana and get some generic sildenafil and cialis. And also go to HK for the day. Is there a decent pharmacy in Tijuana where its safe and easy to park? I've been to farmacia silimares in Guadalajara and that's always felt safe and easy to park. Any recommendations?
    Thanks.
    I bought both genuine Cialis and Figral (generic Sildenafil) in Tijuana this week. I bought the Figral at Piri opposite the Wax Museum. 10 pills of 50 MG each was the equivalent of about US $4 (I paid in pesos).

    Costco in Tijuana had a buy 3-get 1 free deal on Cialis. I paid US $368 for a 4 boxes (containing 8 pills each) of 20 MG Cialis.

    I was in San Diego for work for 3 days and crossed over every day to Tijuana for a few hours. I bought the Figral back on day 1 (only 1 box of 10 pills) and declared it to the CBP officer in the Sentri lane. He waved me through without further questions. The same thing happened on day 3 - got waved through after I declared the 4 boxes of Cialis (32 pills).

    I took half a Figral (equivalent of 25 MG) on day 1 and day 2 with great results. The only side affect I noticed was a dull throbbing at the back of my head which appeared within the hour of taking the pill, but gradually disappeared after I consciously drank at least 8 ounces of fluids (mostly water) every 30-40 minutes or so.

    I took one Cialis (20 MG) on day 3 with great results as well and no side affects at all.

    BTW, I took both Figral and Cialis on an empty stomach with a bottle of water (8 ounces).

    Did 2 chicas on each day with about an hours gap between the successive sessions. With both Figral and Cialis, I had a stronger boner, lasted longer than usual and the recovery time between sessions was much shorter than usual.

  9. #16474

    CBP scans the bags

    Few pills in your pocket. Unless in secondary should be a green light to exit. Bags are scanned and could be sent to secondary for resolution. Viagra generic is not sold in USA.

    Quote Originally Posted by ErrolFlynn  [View Original Post]
    What is your experience bringing extra pills back into the USA Without a scrip? I'm not talking about large quantities, just a few left overs that you might be saving for next time instead of scarffing them. Do you declare them? If so, what happens? If not, what's the worst case scenario? Asking for a friend LOL.

  10. #16473
    Quote Originally Posted by ErrolFlynn  [View Original Post]
    What is your experience bringing extra pills back into the USA Without a scrip? I'm not talking about large quantities, just a few left overs that you might be saving for next time instead of scarffing them. Do you declare them? If so, what happens? If not, what's the worst case scenario? Asking for a friend LOL.
    When I came back across the border, I was asked if I had anything to declare. I told him that I had twenty pills of generic Viagra. The guy paused for maybe a 5 count, then said OK and waved me through.

  11. #16472
    Quote Originally Posted by WombatEd2  [View Original Post]
    I get Cialis at a Calimax that's pretty far off the tourist track. I get the less-popular 5-MG daily dose variety, in boxes of 28. The first time, I told them what I wanted, and they said they could have it the next day. I've been buying from them every month for over a year now. Calimax is a big chain, and your experience at any of them should be similar.

    For generic Viagra, a lot of the guys go to the Piri pharmacy, across from the wax museum. They're only open in the daytime, which is just as well given the sketchy nature of the neighborhood. They may have the best deal on sildenafil, but for my Cialis, not so much.
    What is your experience bringing extra pills back into the USA Without a scrip? I'm not talking about large quantities, just a few left overs that you might be saving for next time instead of scarffing them. Do you declare them? If so, what happens? If not, what's the worst case scenario? Asking for a friend LOL.

  12. #16471
    Quote Originally Posted by Dogers69  [View Original Post]
    The cabs must hate the limo but they should not charge five bucks for the border.
    Not one taxi has ever told me to pay $5 when I have handed him 50 pesos. You guys shoot yourselves in the foot. Just like refusing to change money to pesos and paying street chicks in dollars. What is the big problem taking a taxi? For the last 30 years I have just hopped in the first one I see and never a problem.

  13. #16470
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnClayton  [View Original Post]
    I always walk. It's about a mile.
    Yeah limo guy is good. He doesn't look or ask for tip. I give him the two dollars I'd give to Uber, in order to avoid having to find a street without cabs cause cabs know you are waiting for Uber and are angry about it. Plus standing on streets for two minutes for Uber is begging for a problem from cops, muggers, beggers. The cabs must hate the limo but they should not charge five bucks for the border.

  14. #16469
    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    But if you do end up taking a taxi -- maybe the limo just left, or maybe you aren't at Hong Kong -- tell the driver "Chaparral". Uber works, too.
    I always walk. It's about a mile.

  15. #16468
    Quote Originally Posted by BaxterSlade  [View Original Post]
    Don't take a taxi. As a guest of Hotel Cascadas, when you are ready to leave just walk up to the desk on the sidewalk in front of HK Tell them you are going to Chaparrel or the new border. They will give you a limo ride right to the border. Its free and safer than a taxi. Tip the driver a couple bucks and all is well.
    But if you do end up taking a taxi -- maybe the limo just left, or maybe you aren't at Hong Kong -- tell the driver "Chaparral". Uber works, too.

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