To order prescription drugs online, be sure it is prescribed by a doctor, use a licensed pharmacy, and read the security policies of the website, recommends Mayo Clinic. If possible, find an online pharmacy that provides access to a registered pharmacist for asking questions about the medication.
When looking at online pharmacies, verify the pharmacy through the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, says Mayo Clinic. There is also an online tool to find out if it is licensed at the Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies. Some of the top online pharmacies provide a pharmacist you can talk to if you have questions about the medication you were prescribed, including asking about any drug interactions and how to take it properly.
While it is good to find prescription medications for a reasonable price, avoid prices that seem too low, says WebMD. These big bargains might mean you are not getting the drug you think you are ordering. Only purchase from online pharmacies with a “.pharmacy” domain name, as only the approved pharmacies can have this Web address.