Are common prescription medications available in Peru?
When we asked expats in Peru if common prescription medications are available in Peru, they wrote...
"Prescription medications are available in Peru, although the availability of certain medications may vary depending on the region. Generally, most common medications can be found in pharmacies throughout the country. However, some medications may require a prescription from a doctor or may not be available at all. Additionally, some medications may be available in generic form, while others may only be available in brand name form," explained one expat living in Peru.
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Are common prescription medications available in Peru?If you live in Peru, newcomers to Peru would love to hear your answer to this question: