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Recommended Pharmacies on Sukhumvit Road and close to Silom Road, Bangkok

A pharmacy we can recommend on Sukhumvit Road is South East Pharmacy. It is the largest pharmacy in the stretch of road between Nana intersection and Asoke intersection. Its prices are very competitive (they claim to offer the wholesale price). While formerly it looked a bit decrepit looking, the pharmacy now has been renovated.

Also located on Sukhumvit road, close to Robinson Department Store is another smaller pharmacy, named KS Pharmacy, that gives better than average service and is run by pharmacist(s).

We still recommend the two pharmacies mentioned above. However, during a visit in May 2012, we noticed price increases in both of them. Some vitamines we purchased there, we found afterwards 15% cheaper closeby. At KS Pharmacy, we purchased some protein supplements at a price about 30% higher than before.
Will follow up.

We would advice against using any of the smaller pharmacies that are scattered close to Nana intersection (Nana Plaza) or Soi Cowboy. Quite a few seem to exist just to sell ‘stimulants’ to the nightlife crowd, and at inflated prices.
Likewise the pharmacies inside Boots’ and Watsons’ outlet will be more expensive than the pharmacies along the road, but they are run by pharmacists.

In the Central Business District (Silom Area) we have visited one rather good pharmacy. It is called S.C. Drugstore and is located on Rama IV road. If coming from Silom Road, turn left at Robinson along Rama IV. You have to pass one smaller pharmacy and also the giant Crown Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park Hotel (formerly Pan Pacific Hotel). The pharmacy is located just past the hotel. It has a rather small sign in English and is moderately sized. They also sell medical equipment like wheelchairs.

Interesting ‘alternative’ pharmacies to visit, are those run by the Government Pharmaceutical Organization (GPO). There are some branches in hard to locate places. The most suitable to visit is the branch located in the basement at the Immigration offices on Chaeng Wattana Road.

GPO sells a variety of Thai and internationally known herb capsules like cinnamon, turmeric, Ginkgo Biloba and many others we do not have a clue about. You can find the cheapest calcium tablets and vitamine C tablets in town here, as well as very good cheap plasters.

There is occasional talk about ‘fake’ medicine. We think this is largely overblown, and that medication not obtained in some obscure off the road pharmacy in the middle of nowhere, is reliable. The same of course can not be said about drugs peddled on the street. There seem to be close to 10 stalls offering Viagra and Cialis on Sukhumvit Road, with the drugs displayed in the plain heat of the hot Bangkok sun.

Sports Supplements and ‘esoteric’ other Supplements

When looking for things cheap, be aware that this does not apply to sports supplements (carnitine, creatine), though you can find some not expensive local protein whey powders. Supplements like resveratrol, coenzyme Q, lutein, ginseng, DHEA etc. can be much cheaper when ordered and imported from abroad.

Street Pharmacies vs. Hospital Pharmacies

The way drugs are prescribed and obtained certainly is somewhat questionable in Bangkok and Thailand. The problem can be summarized as follows. When in need of medical treatment, it basically can only be obtained in hospitals.

When going to the hospital one usually gets medication prescribed. You can get your medication at the hospital pharmacy. Drugs obtained at major hospitals are more expensive. (more about this topic )
So the many pharmacies outside the hospitals do not see any patients coming to them with prescriptions. So how are they to survive? Well, they can only distribute medication, as freely as they are allowed or feel comfortable with, to anyone who comes in and asks for it.

The way to reform the system would be to force the physicians at major hospitals to prescribe drugs, that can either be obtained at the local hospital pharmacy or outside the hospital. Since this would have the effect of lowering overall prices for drugs, it would reduce medical expenditure in general (for both patients and insurance companies). Of course, hospitals would loose part of their income.

Another interesting issue is the use of generic drugs. These actually are widely available at outside pharmacies at a fraction of the cost of ‘brand name’ drugs. When going to a hospital however, you invariably will be provided with the expensive variety. We do recall however one day getting some cheap generic paracetamol at a reputable hospital. Just maybe one day, hospital pharmacies could put their heads together and make a list of reliable generic drugs available in Thailand (many actually produced locally) and start using them and having them prescribed by their physicians.

More about Pharmacies. practical tips for buying medication, on drug safety.

Pharmacies in Bangkok – Bangkok Forum

Pharmacies in Bangkok

Pharmacies are all over the place. You find them in many malls, you find them in areas popular with tourists. You find them in some supermarkets too.

Boots, Watsons, P&F, Fascino and Siam Pharmacies are some I can think of right now. But there are many smaller private drug stores everywhere. You shouldn't have a problem finding a drug store. Your hotel front desk clerks can tell you some of the nearest to you.

No problem finding drug stores on Sukhumvit Road, Asoke and Nana area.

When you buy medicines check out the expiration date. Most of the medicines come with a data sheet that is in several languages.

Some restricted drugs can only be sold with a script from a Thai doctor. Just because you can buy some drugs over the counter that you can not buy without a prescription back home – you still may be restricted from bringing them back home!

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please avoid the following pharmacy as they sold me fake medications. the details are:

it's located beside a 7-11 store on Rambuttri street, the street behind Kao San road near Wat Chanasong Khram.

*if you just remember to avoid all pharmacies next to 7-11 stores around Kao San road you should be safe.

***Also, if you are making a large purchase, negotiate the price first, then sample the medication before pay. This may seem a little extreme, but it will save you from being scammed.

Best of luck and safe travels.

Edited: 7:24 am, November 16, 2012

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simagu 12 Jan 2015

I have only ever used the Kamagra Jel Sachets and for me they are perfect, lasts approx 36 hours and no side effects.

The last time I visited Bangkok was last May and for the first time I bought the Kamagra Sachets from a street vendor on Sukhumvit he charged 500 baht for 8 Sachets, and I must admit they did not seem inferior to sachets I have bought from a pharmacy. But I would recommend buying from a pharmacy if possibly.

I don’t undertand why you would buy this stuff from a street vendor when there are so many pharmacies that keep these products in an air-con environment and are more than willing to sell them to you. Also, the other advantage of buying from a pharmacy is that it will still be there tomorrow, so if you are sold some fake garbage you can always go back and tell them. Won’t change anything, but at least it may feel good. On the other hand, if you’re happy with the stuff they sold you, then you know you can return to the same pharmacy whenever necessary.

And odds are pharmacies will be cheaper than what you paid.

thomaso 17 Feb 2015

First of all, thanks for the great info! Would anybody know a place where Super Kamagra can be bought? I know street vendors do but would prefer a pharmacy for the mentioned reasons.

wash747 25 Mar 2015

Thanks to this thread, I was able to buy 4 x 50 mg (sidegra) for 200 bhat @ charoen pharmacy. No issues at all, and will go there whenever i come back to BKK again.

swoods4211 26 Mar 2015

I buy all mine on the street in lower Sukhumvit Bangkok. Never had a problem.

bkkgrad 27 Mar 2015

I have often bought the sidegra from charoen pharmacy as well at govt. price of 180 baht x 100mg pill. However, in responding to how effective they are, I will throw in my 2 cents. First of all, I am older, need the pills because of other drug interactions, circulatory issues, etc.–I am not in my 20’s, 30’s, 40’s. etc. and using the pills simply so I can go 5 times a day. Second, I have had a prescription in USA for many years for real Pfizer viagra, and it works great. However, thanks to Obamacare and other govt. BS, my insurance no longer copays for Viagra or Cialis or Levitra or Stendra since it refers to them as lifestye drugs. The price for any of these is skyhigh. I agree with former post saying the Sidegra has same ingredients, but my body does not react the same or as well to the sidegra, i.e. it doesn’t work as well at the same “dosage” level. I believe the active ingredient is there, but not in the dosage strength that the 100 mg pack indicates, but rather less.

I did a little test, I still had a few real Pfizer viagra, and even though they were over a year old (i.e. out of potency), they produced much better results than Sidegra fresh from the pharmacy at the same dosage that I tried on a subsequent day. The other thing I noticed was that Sidegra did not produce the same side effects as the viagra pill: no heartburn (I always got heartburn from Viagra), no flushing (after all, sidenafil is a vasodilator), no occasional vision affects. I understand that the side affects could have been caused by inactive ingredients as well. So between the perceived lack of effectiveness and the lack of side affects, my conclusion is that the active ingredients may be the same, but the dosage in the Sidegra is less than advertised. I would not be the first time that Thai/Indian drug producers have skimped on the dosage to produce a cheaper generic as this happens outside the ED drug arena as well.

I am curious if any other people have had similar experiences–and, really, don’t need “it works great” from a lot of the younger guys, since you guys get a woody staring at whatever. But, how about some you other guys, interacting with high blood pressure medicine, arterioscelorisi, diabetic, overweight, whatever. how are they working for you in comparison with real viagra?

On an aside, does anybody know how to get a drug tested for dosage accuracy, either in Thailand or elsewhere? Any labs or services do this without costing a fortune?

Finally, does anyone know where I can get Levitra or generic (vardenafil) or Stendra (avanafil) in Thailand?

In my personal tests between the Thai governement Sidegra (100 mg) and the Indian Kamagra (100 mg), I have less side effects with Sidegra, but until you mentioned it, I hadn’t thought about perhaps it was because of less potency than even the Indian version Kamagra. I thought the Kamagra may have other active ingredients that may have caused the side effects, but you may be correct that perhaps the Thai government Sidegra has less of the primary active ingredient.

godzuki 26 May 2015

Thanks to this thread, I was able to buy 4 x 50 mg (sidegra) for 200 bhat @ charoen pharmacy. No issues at all, and will go there whenever i come back to BKK again.

Any idea what time Charoen Pharmacy is open until? I’ll be arriving in the evening, and would like to pick up some supplies.

plahgat 29 May 2015

Not sure what time they close.

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