"Great pharmacy where one can get wholesome and organic products and free friendly well researched sound advice. I highly recommend Netpharmacy which caters for all your needs."

Pamela G

Prescription Medicines (New Zealand Only)

Note: By NZ regulations the original prescription is required before we can dispense any prescription medication. The prescription must be written by a New Zealand doctor registered with the New Zealand Medical Council.

Prescription orders will be cancelled automatically if no prescription is received from the purchaser within 7 days.

To fulfill your prescription follow the procedure below:

  • Step 1: Step 1: place a prescription order on Netpharmacy.co.nz. Click here to view the list of prescription medicine.
  • Step 2: Fax, scan or take a photo of your prescription and send it to [email protected] or fax to 09 3734483 your prescription.( so we can prepare your prescription ).
  • Step 3: Take your original prescription. Include your order number and your phone number on another piece of paper.
  • Step 4: Put all of them in an envelope, and mail it to NetPharmacy - 109 Parnell Road, Parnell, Auckland 1052.

There is NZD$4.95 postage and handling fee on top of the prescription fee. Prescriptions are exempt from our freight free policy.

Once we have received your original prescription, we will contact you to confirm the receipt. Please make sure you provide your day contact number. It generally takes about 5 working days for the time it takes for your prescription to arrive in the mail and for us to dispense it and courier it to you. Any urgent request must be communicated beforehand.


  • What if I have repeat prescriptions?Simply place a prescription order and email us on [email protected] with your order number and your full name. E-mail title should be "Repeat prescription". If you do not remember what to repeat, call our pharmacist on (09)3734485.
  • What do I need to know about prescription medicines? New Zealand law requires us to receive an original prescription from a New Zealand registered Medical Practitioner before we can dispense prescription medicines. New Zealand pharmacies are prohibited from supplying prescription medicines to overseas.
  • Can I return prescription medicine for a refund? No. Due to New Zealand Health regulation, medicines cannot be returned for credit. This is because once the product has left the pharmacy, the storage conditions of the product cannot be guaranteed and also it is possible the product could be tampered with.

If you have any questions, please fill the form on the contact us page and our customer service team will contact you immediately. The pricings are available below.

Below is our prescription medicine list:

Avigra 100mg 4 Tablets
Avigra 100mg 12 Tablets
Cialis 10mg 4 Tablets
Cialis 10MG 8 Tablets
Cialis 20mg 4 Tablets
Cialis 20mg 8 Tablets
Cialis 5mg 28 Tablets
Duromine 15mg 30 Tablets
Duromine 30mg 30 Tablets
Finasteride 5mg 30 Tablets (REX)
Levitra 10mg 4 Tablets
Levitra 20mg 4 Tablets
Melorex 15mg 30 Tablets
Melorex 7.5G 30 Tablets
Mobic 7.5mg 30 Tablets
Propecia 1mg 28 Tablets
Proscar 5mg 30 Tablets
Yasmin 84 Tablets
Silvasta 100mg 4 Tablets
Yasmin 168 Tablets

If your prescription product is not listed here, please fill the form on the contact us page and our customer service team will be able to assist your further with your request.

ECP ( Emergency Contraceptive)

If you have had unprotected sex or think that your contraception may have failed, taking emergency contraception will usually prevent a pregnancy.

The ECP is sometimes known as the "morning after pill" however can be used up to 72 hours after unprotected sex. It efficacy rate does decrease however for each 24 hour delay. Thus the sooner it is taken after unprotected sex the more effective it will be.

How does the pill work?

The ECP a progesterone only pill prevents pregnancy in two ways:

  • Preventing the passage of sperm through a womans genital system
  • Delaying the release of an egg from the ovary until sperm are no longer active

Our trained pharmacists are available in store only for consultation for the ECP or call us on 0508 881188 if you need further advice.

Trimethoprim for Cystitis/Urinary tract infections

Symptoms of cystitis

Cystitis is an infection of the bladder and passage that carries the urine from the body. Cystitis will usually cause two or more of these symptoms:

  • Pain or burning when passing urine
  • Needing to urinate often
  • Needing to urinate urgently (without much warning)
  • Discomfort just above the pubic area

If you have any of the following symptoms, see your doctor:

  • Fever or a hot/cold feeling
  • Vomiting or feeling like you are going to vomit
  • Pain on the sides of the lower back (over the kidney area)
  • Feeling particularly unwell

These are symptoms of a kidney infection and need treatment from a doctor.

If you have vaginal symptoms such as itch or discharge, talk to your pharmacist or doctor, as you may not have cystitis. Vaginal itching / irritation or vaginal discharge may be a sign of a fungal infection or a sexually transmitted infection. If you think you are at risk of a sexually transmitted infection e.g. chlamydia or genital herpes, see your doctor to get the right treatment promptly.

If you have cystitis and any of the following apply, you need to see a doctor:

  • You are a male
  • You are under 16 years old or over 65 years old
  • You are pregnant or might be pregnant
  • You have had more than three cases of cystitis in the last year (12 months)
  • You have had cystitis in the last 2 weeks (apart from this instance)
  • You have kidney problems, including kidney stones
  • Your urinary tract (passageway for urine) is not normal or you have a catheter
  • You have a spinal cord injury
  • You have diabetes
  • Your immune system doesn’t work properly

Treatment of cystitis

Cystitis can often come right on its own, but antibiotics will help this happen faster. If you have mild symptoms you may be able to drink plenty of water and avoid the need for antibiotics. Discuss the best option for you with your pharmacist or doctor.

Your pharmacist or doctor can also recommend sachets that you mix into water and drink to make your urine less acidic, which means less pain when you urinate (pass urine).

Anyone with symptoms of cystitis should drink plenty of water.

Click here to read more information on Trimethoprim

Our trained pharmacists are available in store only for consultation for the ECP or call us on 0508 881188 if you need further advice.