Tribenzor Replacement

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ICSUCCESS Says:
 
Does anyone know of what I can use that maybe equal to tribenzor meds...my prescriptions insurance won't cover the cost.

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Verwon Says:
 
Tribenzor contains Olmesartan, Amlodipine and Hydrochlorothiazide, it's a combination medication that's used to help lower high blood pressure.

Learn more Tribenzor details here.

There are, however, other options available, so you should talk to your doctor and tell them that your insurance won't cover this one and ask them to prescribe alternatives.

Both the Amlodipine and the Hydrochlorothiazide are available as generics separately and Losartan is in the same class as the Olmesartan, but it is also available as a generic.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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TISH Says:
 
TRY ASKING YOUR DOCTOR - THEY HAVE A CO PAY CARD WHERE YOU ONLY HAVE TO PAY $25 FOR A MONTHS SUPPLY

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Shirley Says:
 
Your Government will not allow you to use 'Savings that Last', even though your insurance does not cover. So just imagine how much the pharmcuetical companies are making on thos drug. The 'Savings that Last' will sell it for $25.00/month but if your insurance does not cover, you will pay close to $200.00 for 30 day supply or over $500 for 90 days. I'm on social security as well as many others, how are we to survive??Of course Congress doesn't have to worry, so what do they care!

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Bill Says:
 
Exforge HCT is the diovan (ARB) option. It is covered better than tribenzor and has a $4 copay card for private insurance!

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Cliff Says:
 
Same problem here. Neither the $25.00 co-pay nor the "diminishing co-pay" cards work with FEP-Blue. So much for savings. It's even higher this year (2016).

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bob Says:
 
I take the equivalent of Tribenzor from Canada called Sevikar. Cost is about 67.00 for 30 days. The company who makes Tribenzor, makes the Sevikar for them. Canada will not allow the patents to be used there like they are here. My co pay here is 45.00, but insurance pays over 200.00, which eventually goes against drug cost allowance for the year.

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Pat Says:
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My husband was just put on tribenzor 40/10/25 MG. His blood pressure is still coming up and feels bad, only been on it 2 days, is this normal


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Luegene Momphrey Says:
 
It takes about a week or two for the medicines to go through the body. But after that you should see a big difference.

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JOHNBOY Says:
 
Been taking Tribensor 40/10/25 for years. This year copay went up to $596 for 90 days. Caremark/CVS says Tribensor becoming generic .. immediately! Any idea when?

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Deborah Says:
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I got a savings card from my Dr. For Tribenzor and I only pay $5.00 a month. Ask your Dr about a savings card or your Dr can have you take the three medications that's in Tribenzor at a savings.

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Dan Says:
 
Generic Tribenzor is available now - I just had my first prescription filled by Sam's. $109 instead of $265. My insurance company (UHC) refuses to cover it at all, so this is a big deal. Link:

businesswire.com/news/home/20161107005524/en/Teva-Announces-Approval-Generic-Tribenzor%C2%AE-United-States

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Retired and disgusted Says:
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Need to continue overcharging the poor and middle income tax payers so the rich non-taxpayers can invest more into investments to nake them richer.

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Debby Says:
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Got to tribenzor website and download a coupon. That's how I got my savings card. My prescription runs $5. You can also try home delivery from express scripts. 90 days could possibly run $75 copay.

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Denise Says:
 
Which State are you located in? I am in SC and I just refilled mine but it was not generic.

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Ferneau Says:
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I have tried taking all four medication separately that makes up Tribenzor, I also tried taking the generic brand, however when I take those medication I legs and fingers get so swollen it feels like my skin is breaking but when I take the tribenzor the brand name I do not have that reaction and because of that my insurance instead of charging the $50 charge for brand name I have to pay a fine of $120 plus the $50. This is just not fair, considering I pay for my insurance monthly.

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Deb Says:
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Tribenzor is the best. Try to download tribenzors coupon. I get my prescription for $5 at my local pharmacy. My insurance does the same, I get fined for not using their service, i not going to take three different generic medications when tribenzor is the magic pill for me.

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Ferneau Says:
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I am in the state of Florida, but my insurance is BCBSNC.

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Ferneau Says:
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Thank you, I just printed the coupon I will let you know if it work.

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Deb Says:
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Your dr can prescribe the three different medications that's in tribenzor.

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Nancy Says:
 
I can't use the discount card because I am on Medicare. I just got my prescription filled and they gave me the generic but the total cost is more than the brand name I got in October. Why have a generic? I have to check with my Doctor to see if she wants me to take the generic

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