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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 10 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, Feb 08 '14, 8:52 PM
Hormone Replacement Therapy
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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 3 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 1 month 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 1 month ago in Soma.
Sun, Nov 09 '14, 4:54 PM
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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 2 months ago in Metanx.
Mon, Oct 06 '14, 10:42 AM
Opana - Is it really Non-Addictive?
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If Opana was designed to be non-addictive, how did my granddaughter become addicted to it; or did she? She is now in jail and says this is the drug she has been taking and paying $40.00 a pill for. ## Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone and I'm not aware of anything stating it was designed to be non-addictive, the possibility of being habit forming and abused is actually prominently warned about it the drug information monographs about it. It is an opiate narcotic, therefore, it carries the same addictive risk as all the others do, such as Oxycodone and Morphine. More details: Are there any other questions? ## OPANA IS ADDICTIVE IT IS HYDROMORPHONE. IT HAS THE SAME THING IN IT AS DILAUDID IT'S NOT EXCATLY THE SAME BUT CLOSE THEY BOTH HAVE HYDROMORPHONE IN THEM CALL ... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Opana.
Sat, Jan 04 '14, 11:06 PM
green and white capsule
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no writng ## I'm sorry, but if there are no markings, there is not was to positively identify it, unless you would pay to have it lab tested. It could be any one of a large number of over the counter products or foreign medications. ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Thu, Jun 24 '10, 5:28 PM
help getting back on my pain pills
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I need help getting back on my pain pills need help getting back on my pain pills if anyone knows a place I can pay on with my insurance company in lakeland Florida ...
Updated 8 months ago.
Mon, Mar 24 '14, 9:53 AM
no refills on pain meds alabama
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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? ## Craig, some doctors, as they can't write refills, write 3 additional original prescriptions with them dated for the next three months. They can't be filled until that date arrives. You only have to pay the office visit every three to four months. Check with your pain doctor, he may be able to ... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Norco.
Mon, Sep 15 '14, 7:23 PM
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## Tramadol is an opiod analgesic, used to treat pain. Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness, nausea, dry mouth and constipation. ## I work U.S Army facility at Okinawa Japan. We would like to order TRAUMADOL pay by GPC card. Do you accept GPC card also? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tramadol.
Wed, Apr 15 '09, 6:45 PM
Find Pain Clinic closed
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need a pain clinic in tn alabama ,doctor just closed was on 100 mg morphine 90 a month 180 roxicodone a month need doctor immediately close to tn Al border if anybody has a cash pay or insurance doctor 4000 patient going crazy please help ## Hello, Unfortunately, no one can really know ahead of time what a doctor is or is not willing to prescribe, as that is based on the doctor's discretion and not on someone else's previous appointment (especially since many doctor's are now worried about losing their licensing for prescribing too many narcotics). Some advice I can give you is to not specifically ask for any 'specific medication' when you see a new doctor. Just make sure to transfer or take a copy of all your medical records with you. Then, the best approach in my o... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Thu, Mar 28 '13, 2:21 AM
hydromorphone rox
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whats the difference between hydromorphone and hydromorphone rox ## What is the difference in opana and hydromorphine? My insurance will pay for the second one, but not the first. ## Opana is a brand name drug , it would be called oxymorphone, generically,the other is Diluadid and it come generic as, Hydromorphone, If you get oxymorphone, the generic name of Opana, the insurance company would pay for it, but it is not available generically I believe. ## Not sure why nurse said my zofran is a controlled substance. My daily nauseaad vomit from rare gastro disorder is helped by zofran. Without it, my nausea and vomit out of conTrol, and already very malnourished, underwt and on tpn picc what gives¿? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydromorphone.
Sat, Jun 22 '13, 7:23 AM
suboxone and insurance
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Started suboxone recently and have blue cross/blue shield. Got letter from them saying I need to start councelling to stay on there program. They pick up most of cost of subs. I pay for sub dr. visits, he takes some insurance but not bcbs. Does anyone know about mandatory counceling because of insurance companys, how often you HAVE to go? I,m allready attending aa/na meetings. I,ve gotten on suboxone on my own so it,s not a court thing. Wish you all good luck. ## If you're taking it for addiction treatment, then that is a government requirement that your insurance company is just enforcing, but not something they require on their own. I'm not sure how often you would have to go, but there is a chance that your NA may count, if you can provide some type of proof that you attend t... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Aug 26 '13, 12:28 PM
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any coupons for discount on Multaq? ## I'm sorry, we not prescribe nor sell any products. Have you checked the manufacturer's website? ## Thanks price I can find is $4.32 per pill. Manufacturer has nothing ..same with my cardiologist. ## My doctor gave me a $30 rebate card for my co-pays. It cost me $5 a month, now! I think the company rep gave them to the office. ## My cardiologist gave me three cards that are each good for 3 refills at $30 less than what I normally pay, It usually costs me $76, so the cards do help. 330 ...
Updated 4 years ago in Multaq.
Sat, Aug 14 '10, 7:41 AM
Market Research for Psoriasis and Eczema patients
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Hi: I work for Plaza Research, we are a National Market Research Company. We do not solicit or sell anything, we strictly are interested in people's opinions and pay for them! We would like to invite you to participate in a market research study concerning different Skin Conditions. We are looking for patients in the San Francisco Bay Area at least 18 years old who have been diagnosed by a dermatologist in the past 6 months with certain skin diseases like eczema, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, etc... This study is being held for the purpose of research only. There will be absolutely no sales promotion of any kind as a result of your participation. We are interested in your opinions only. It would involve your participation in a 90-minute confidential individual interview starting on ... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Luxiq Foam.
Thu, Dec 10 '09, 12:14 AM

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