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nuzak weight gain verses lilly fluoxetine
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Medical aid wont pay for lilly fluoxetine, only for nuzak. Are they exactly the same? ## Yes, they are both Fluoxetine, which is an SSRI antidepressant that's also used to treat conditions such as PMS and PMDD. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and loss of libido. Learn more Fluoxetine details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Fluoxetine.
Sat, Nov 23 '13, 5:32 PM
Climagest
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I am prescribed climagest and get 3 months supply on one prescription. Is the cost £7.40 or more because of teh different tablets in the blister pack? My pharmacy suggests two payments necessary(£14.80) ## Climagest is a hormone replacement therapy, which contains Estradiol and Norethisterone. As to the price, that is going to vary from pharmacy to pharmacy and by location. However, yes, it is normal to have to pay for more than one, if you are picking up a supply for more than one month. Are there any other questions? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Estradiol.
Wed, May 18 '11, 11:35 AM
Interaction
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Is there any interaction between coumadin and maijuana ## i took coumadin and heperin after a blood clot that almost cost me my foot. i smoked marijuana durring the whole time with no problems, problems occurred if i didn't pay attention to my diet or tried to cheat. i am now on plavix which i like much better none of the bi weekly blood work . ## marijuana is contraindicated with coumadin. dont know how severe.dont know if it additionally thins or thickens the blood. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Coumadin.
Tue, Feb 09 '10, 2:44 PM
New to Wellbutrin SR
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Okay, I am hoping to get some help. I was on Pristiq 100 mg for the last three years. My insurance now is having a higher co-pay plus I have gained 25 lbs. So the PA switched my to Wellbutrin SR 150mg. It is day three and I feel awful. Very foggy and light headed. Well I found out from her nurse today, that I should not be having any caffeine when I take it. How long will this feeling last?? Anyone have words of wisdom. I am not hungry and that is the good thing. I want to try to stick it out. ## Hi Mojo, Everyone's body handles medication differently so there is no way to know when the side effects will go away for sure.If they haven't gone away in a couple weeks, you might want to speak with your doctor. Feeling light headed obviously isn't normal and may be a sign that yo... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Wellbutrin.
Mon, Feb 18 '13, 7:49 PM
Maine doctor to perscribe methadone
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I have been treated for chronic back pain for about ten years and have a spotless record of compliance. I have no insurance so have to pay the bills out of pocket. About three years ago I was paying 40 dollars for a 30 day script of methadone. 10mg 3 times a day. Then the price went to 74.00 per month. then to 162.00 per month. For meds that cost less than fifteen dollars. Are there any doctors in Maine (my zip is 04537) That will treat a patient fairly. ## Hello, Scott! How are you doing? I'm not sure I understand your issue. If your doctor is prescribing a medication and your getting it filled at your pharmacy, the price has nothing to do with your doctor treating you fairly. The price is set by the pharmacy and their supplier. And with the new regulations that have been put in pl... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Methadone.
Mon, Nov 24 '14, 4:40 PM
Zanidip 10mg what's it really like
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I am about to take my first Zanidip and I was wondering what the real common side effects are, also is there anywhere you can get it alot cheaper. I am paying 21.50 euro for 28 tablets. ## Just like Peter I am about to take my forst Zanidip and worried about what the real common side effects are. My B.P. reading this morning 181/95. I have been on another tablet for about 15/20 yrs, and am 62yrs.tomorrow. My B.P. is usually about 135/65., so I'm worried as to how Zanidip will affect me. ## I take physioten along with zanidip. I find my vision is blurred especially for the first hour or so in the morning also have great feelings of depression. Is it the zanidip or the combination of the two drugs. When only on physioten my BP can at time become approximately 200/anything up to 100. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Zanidip.
Tue, Jan 04 '11, 7:31 PM
Samsca help
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I was on assistance program and was taken off they said Medicare would cover but that price is still 2700.00 month. Where can I appeal or get other help? ## It's still that much just for your co-pay? Unfortunately, most manufacturers won't provide assistance for their products, if someone has prescription insurance of some type. The manufacturers do have a hotline for their access program, you may want to try calling them and see if there's anything you can do, it's 866-758-7069. Learn more Samsca details here. There are a few other medications in this class available, but I am not sure if any would be much cheaper. Have you tried asking your doctor or pharmacist? ## Yes it's the only thing tha works tried all other thanks for info will try that number ...
Updated 2 years ago in Samsca.
Fri, Jan 11 '13, 2:30 PM
Jakafi
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I have been on clinical trial 2 yrs for myelofibrosis and wanted to know is anyone's health insurance is paying for drug in case clinical trial ends. What is approximate cost a month as I have seen it is $7000 month on another website. Any info would be appreciated. Thank You ## That is about the same estimated price that I am seeing listed everywhere, which is pretty normal for these types of medications, especially being this new. I've no information on insurances covering it, though. That would depend on the insurance and if it actually gets approval. Does anyone else have more information on this? ## Thanks for the reply. Its now approved for sale in the U.S. I am live in Ca. I use wall greens drug store. I checked with them its $4.400.00 without insurance. I do have part D ... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Jakafi.
Sun, May 04 '14, 12:22 PM
white oblong pill a333 what is it...
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I just got this medication from a local CVS pharmacy. I had to pay he'll getting it because most pharmacists are LIARS! They once again lied to me about oxycondone being taken off the market. And that my insurance no longer covers this medication. The truth about A333 is LESS tylenol. If this pill does not work as well as watson 932 just take an extra tylenol pill with it. I have been on opiates for 5 years and this pill works just fine for me. ## Hi ben, Sorry to hear about the pharmacy lying to you over your insurance coverage. That sounds like a pretty ridiculous attempt to get you to spend cash. Watson 932 actually has the same amount of Acetaminophen as A333, but I think the difference is that they don't make them with more than 325 mgs anymore. 325 mg is now the new max do... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Tylenol.
Wed, Nov 05 '14, 11:04 AM
god is helping us..theres suboxone
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been sober 5 mo now. because of suboxone, but the down side my credit cards are maxed out from paying for it. I've tried EVERY discount program known to man. any suggestions?? ## Every clinic that you go to their somthing called PAP-patients assistance. Two clients per clinic can recieve the help. It come directly from the company, this is what I had to do. Now I am thier little lab rat and recieve the Suboxone for free. I would suggest looking into it or get some sort of insurance. You will save money if you pay for insurance - 220 dollars a month is what my brother pays and he gets his suboxone on the plan. It saved him hundreds of dollars. Good luck ## theres a program to get suboxone free for one year. proram thru the pharmacuteical co. that makes sub. only problem find clinic t... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Jun 01 '09, 8:51 PM
Price Increase 600%
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Why did Hydrocodone/Acet 10/375 increase 600% since last year? I have been taking the medication for over 13 years after a 6 doctor team labored for months com up with something that would relieve my lifelong pain from a 2-story fall. I have been paying $6.00 /mo for 270 tablets, until this year. I went to pick up my refill an it was $35. Insurance moved it from Tier 2 to Tier 3 with no explanation. Does anyone know how to find out why this happened, did Exxon.Mobil buy the company? ## Hi Doug, Perhaps it's simply supply and demand, lately it seems as though there has been a steady increase in patients needing narcotic pain medication such as Vicodin. Have you compared prices with any other pharmacies in your area? ## My god, at either of those prices I'd be jumping up and down ... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, Feb 08 '14, 8:52 PM
Hormone Replacement Therapy
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I AM GOING ONTO MEDICARE THEY DO NOT PAY FOR THE EXPENSIVE ELESTRIN AND PROMETRIUM THAT I PRESENTLY USED. I WANT TO USE ESTERFIED ESTROGENS/METHYL HSTAB MTEST AND MEDROXYPROGESTERONE 2.5 MY GYNO SAY I AM SAYING COST V CANCER IS SHE RIGHT I STILL CAN'T AFFORD ELLESTRIN AND PROMETRIUM WHAT CAN I USE I AM 64 IN PERFECT HEALTH NO PROBLEMS EXCEPT OSTEOPOROSIS WHICH EVERYONE AGREES THE HRT SHOULD HELP - I AM GETTING CONFUSED AS TO WHAT TO DO, PERFECT NO MEDICATION CHOLESTEROL, BLOOD PRESSURE, 5'4" 122. PLS ANYONE WITH SUGGESTIONS. ## There are risks associated with the use of HRT of any type, the risk is not lessened just because one has a brand name, nor is it suddenly a higher risk if one is a generic version. As long as you are aware of the possible risks, they remain the same,... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Elestrin.
Sat, Mar 31 '12, 2:53 PM
Charity Prescriptions
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would like to know if there is any programs available to help pay for my childs tenex prescription ## If you don't have insurance, there is a program that you may qualify for, depending on your income that is provided by Xubek. You can contact them for more information at 866-699-8239 Learn more Tenex details here. Can you let me know if you have any luck? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tenex.
Wed, Sep 19 '12, 9:46 AM
What Is This Pill??!!!....
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It is a tiny round pinkish-red colored pill. about the size of a mini M&M with no imprints... ## Because this pill has no markings, it is going to be difficult to determine what this tablet contains, unless you would pay to have it lab tested, somewhere. U.S. law requires that all prescription drugs have a unique imprint on the tablets or capsules so the medication can be identified by manufacturer, substance and dosage. However, the way a pill looks is entirely up to the whit and whim of the company making it, so there are many, many pills on the market (outside of the U.S.), both over the counter and prescription that could meet that description. Unless you obtained this pill on the street, the only other thing I can suggest is that you try aski... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Fri, Sep 30 '11, 4:58 PM
Cyclobenzapr Effect On Seniors
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My insurance company informed me that they will no longer cover prescription for Cyclobenzapr for patience over 65. Because of the problems seniors develop from this drug. My doctor did not know what they meant and said I could just pay for it and still get it. $4.00 at Walmart so I will continue but is the insurance co. correct or lying, is it dangerous for seniors, if so in what way? Very concerned! ## Hello, The concerns that your insurance company expressed may actually be valid. Based on my research, the FDA states that the use of Flexeril (Cyclobenzaprine) In the elderly may increase the frequency and severity of adverse events associated with or without concomitant medications and should be initiated with a 5 mg dose- then titrated slowly upward. That is the most pertinent inform... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Flexeril.
Mon, Apr 29 '13, 12:14 AM
oblong white pill blank on one side line in the middle of the other side
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The pill is completely blank ## I'm sorry, but if there are no markings, it will be virtually impossible to positively identify, unless you would pay to have it lab tested. It could be any one of a large number of over the counter products, including supplements or even a foreign medication. I wish I could help you more. ## Have an oblong white pill that has V on one side and on the other side there is a 35 then scored and a 96. Can you tell me what kind of pill this is. ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Thu, Jan 06 '11, 8:32 AM
alabama pain refill changes
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My pain doctor just informed me that he can longer offer refills on my norco because of it being classed as a schedule 2 drug norcotic now. That means i must go every month now and pay for an office visit. I know that is true in New York but i am not aware of any changes in Alabama law. As I do not have insurance now that would be a huge added expense to me. It would be a big added expensive even if I did with a $60 copay. Does anyone know of this change in legislation that I cant find? ## Hello, Craig! How are you? Yes, this change actually goes into effect at the beginning of October for the entire U.S. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anythi... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Norco.
Mon, Nov 03 '14, 12:19 AM
Did my Pain Doc lie to me???
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I'm hoping someone has any sort of knowledge they can add here. I am currently on Workmans Comp and the claim is active. The WC insurance company has been paying for me to see my pain management Dr. and meds he prescribes for 6 months now. Initial visit I was prescribed 80 15mg Roxicodone. By the third visit he upped my count to 120. Delaware Medicare/Medicaid is starting a New law stating "Medicare/Medicaid patients who are being treated for Non-Cancerous Chronic pain are limited to 240 15mg Oxycodones per year and/or 60 30mg Oxycodone per year beginning March 1, 2012". My PM Doc said that because of this "after I give you this months dose, (120 15's which made everyday life manageable at best) you will be at your limit for the year." (120 in Jan. 120 in Feb.) h... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Feb 21 '12, 11:25 AM
drugs soma asp
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Some pharmacy will not give the watson brand soma or norco if you using insurance can something be done and do target carry name brand. ## No, you get what that pharmacy gets. You can request the Brand name drug and expect to pay up to 100 X more if that is what you are asking, yet insurance wont cover it. Also the pharmacy and the prescriber will catch on that you have vast knowledge of different brands and most likely not do business with you, or cut you off. You are playing with fire. If you have the time, open the phone book and call all the Pharmacies in a 100 mile radius and perhaps you will find the brand you seek! ...
Updated 2 months ago in Soma.
Sun, Nov 09 '14, 4:54 PM
METANX INGREDIENTS
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ARE GNC VITAMIN B-6 200, GNC VITAMIN B-12 1000 & GNF FOLIC ACID 1000 COMBINED A GOOD SUBSTITUTE FOR METANX? IS THERE A GENERIC FOR METANX AVAILABLE? ## There is a generic for Metanx now. I have been paying $42, but the generic is $18. Ask your pharamacist. ## There is NO generic for Metanx, anyone that claims to be a generic does not have the L form of folate (Metanx) that product would have both the inactive form in their product (racemic mixture). DO NOT TAKE THE RACEMIC FORM. If your doctor prescribes Metanx, please only take Metanx. ## A racemic mixture has both the L and R forms of the substance and should be OK, just make sure there is sufficient L form (half of the total weightj). I.e. Metanx has 2.8 mg of the L-methylfolate, make sure the generic has this or 5.6 mg of methyl... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Metanx.
Mon, Oct 06 '14, 10:42 AM


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