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Coupon For Lo Loestrin Fe
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does anyone have or know of a coupon for this brand of birth control? my insurance sucks and im paying like $60 per pack. ## Have you tried your local planned parenthood? Even if you don't qualify for free assistance, because you work and/or have insurance, they usually can help you get things for more reasonable prices. Learn more oral contraceptive details here. Alternatively, have you talked to your doctor about using a different one that may be cheaper? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Lo Loestrin Fe.
Tue, Jan 15 '13, 2:21 PM
effectiveness of various manufacturers generic adderal
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Many pharmacies use whatever companies products are currently available to to dispense. Shire's name brand products are often covered under all but a few insurance companies. It is the "most effective" in Shire's opinion. Teva, a Israeli pharmaceutical firm, as well as others make generic off shoots of mixed amphetamine salts cocombinations. They may be in short supply in areas. Small independent pharmacies are not allotted as many of these CII stimulates. Paying cash is preferred by pharmacies if generic substitutions are not marked or not in stock. One takes what one can afford or even find. My MD always issues me three different but similar Rx's and DOES NOT label them "NOT TO BE ISSUED A MONTH APART." A issuance of a Rx of a CII like generic Adderal's... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Amphetamine.
Thu, Apr 23 '15, 2:02 PM
Discount Card
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My mother has been using the drug Pennsaid for knee pain. We recently had to change insurance companies and she went from paying $40.00 per month for this to now paying $136.00. This is totally unreasonable for her to have to pay this amount. I was curious to see if your company offered any type of drug discount card that would make this cheaper for her. This has helped her in her walking quite a bit but now has become a little too pricey for her. Thanks... ## Hi Donna, Sorry to hear about that crazy price increase. These pharmacies always find little ways to squeeze an extra paycheck out of people and it's a bit ridiculous to say the least. As far as saving money on her prescription, there are plenty of free Prescription Drug Discount Cards out there that you can find on google, wh... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Pennsaid.
Thu, Jan 31 '13, 2:20 AM
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Im thinking of switching from strips to zubsolv next month because I have no insurance is there anyone whos switched and liked it? ## It is the same, just under a different formulation and brand name, so it should work the same. 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 a big price difference? ## I know you posted this a long time ago, but if you haven't switched, I would not recommend it. I did and it is awful. I was down to between 2 to 4 mgs of suboxone a day. My ins stopped paying for them so 3 weeks ago my doc switched me to zubsolv, telling me that it's the same even better. He said stronger and easier to get off of. I got 30 5.7 tabs and ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Zubsolv.
Wed, Mar 30 '16, 5:26 PM
Doctors that prescribe pain killers in Abilene, to
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i have no insurance and want to find a doctor that can help with my pain. Since I have no insurance I want to make sure the doctor I go to can help before paying out of pocket. I've been on tramadol and 3 different anti inflammatorys and none have helped at all. ...
Updated 9 months ago in Tramadol.
Fri, Aug 14 '15, 1:57 PM
Lexapro Brand versus generic escitalopram
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I have taken 30mg of Lexapro for past 4 years. After the deaths of my son and his wife in a plane crash the depression and anxiety were more than I could bear. This past May I was changed to the generic escitalopram. God Forbid!!!! What a nightmare. Within three weeks I was suicidal, I was going through SSRI withdrawals which are vicious. I am now paying over $225.00 per month for Brand Lexapro as my insurance will NOT cover it even with prior auth or any other reason. My Medicare Advantage plan leaves a lot to be desired even though I pay a $152.00 per month premium. Has anyone else had problems with the generic Lexapro? My pharmacist said I am not the first. ## I've been on Lexapro for 4+ years and got switched to generic as well. Initially the generic just didn't work (it was... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Lexapro.
Wed, Apr 13 '16, 7:56 AM
percoceit 10/325
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If my prescription says percoceit10/325 can I tell them I want that instead of generic ## If you're paying cash for it, then yes you can. However, if you have insurance, they generally won't cover the name brand, unless your doctor has specified it as being medically necessary on the prescription. Learn more Percocet details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have great insurance I would only have to pay 5.00 I get thr white generic round ones they dont seem to help I have had the other generic the yellow oblong but I don't know where to get them and thanks for your reply I appreciate it ...
Updated 3 years ago in Percocet.
Sat, Apr 13 '13, 8:52 AM
ky doctors willing to prescribe oxycodone 30mg
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Hey I just moved from pa to ky and looking for a dr that will prescribe my oxycodone 30mg that I have been on for years.. I haven't had any luck finding a dr that will prescribe my meds. I have had several back surgeries and need another surgery but don't have insurance right now. Does anyone know of any doctor around here that will prescribe my meds? I have medical records and MRIs that prove I need surgery and in severe pain!! ## Hi, Sasha! Unfortunately, without insurance it is going to continue to be difficult to find a doctor willing to prescribe it and, if you do find one, you'll be on another adventure to find a pharmacy that will fill it. Paying cash is one way that people have used to doctor and pharmacy hop, in other words to scam and get multiple prescriptions for... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, May 25 '14, 4:09 PM
can you ask a pharmacy for non-generic ambien
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My pharmacy gives me a different generic ambien almost every month. Can I ask for non-generic since I am paying without insurance? All of them work slightly different. Some hardly work at all. ## Hello, Jerry! How are you? Yes, you can do that. You can also ask your doctor to write the prescription as 'brand medically necessary' or whatever the equivalent is in your state. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, funny taste in mouth, sleep actions, hallucinations and next day hangover-like effects. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I wouldn't mind a generic ambein if i knew one that worked consistently. I read different opinions on all the generics. So would name brand be inconsistent also? I can n... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Ambien.
Sat, Mar 26 '16, 8:27 PM
my husband is on oxycontin because he is disabled is there anyway to fill out a form for help of payment for these
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Every year we try to find an insurance company to help out with paying for these and they are way over our heads ## Purdue Pharma does have a patient assistance program, that may be able to help you, but only if you have no other type of prescription insurance. The other criteria include that you must be a U.S. resident and have an income at, or below 200% of the federal poverty level. His doctor would need to request an application and there are sections that both the doctor and patient have to sign, the doctor then sends the application with a prescription attached. If you meet the eligibility criteria, the medication will be shipped to your home. To get the application for the program, his doctor can call them at 1-800-599-6070. Are there any other comments or questions? ## I use my ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in OxyContin.
Wed, Apr 13 '16, 12:31 PM
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DOES ANYONE KNOW OF A PHARMACY IN CENTRAL WV THAT CARRIES THE NEW GENERIC SUBOXONE NAMED ZUBSOLV?? MY BCBS INSURANCE WILL ONLY PAY FOR IT NOW BUT I CANT FIND IT AND AM STILL PAYING CASH FOR SUBOXONE FILMS, ANY INFO PLEASE E MAIL ME AT {edited for privacy} THANKS. ## Hello, Dave! How are you? Do you have a pharmacy that use regularly? If so, I'd suggest talking to them, they may be able to order it in for you. My pharmacy does this for me, because I've been a customer for years, but the one medication I use is something they don't regularly stock. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Zubsolv isn't a generic for Suboxone. It's the same drug but they will use the delivery system (I would imagine), as means to receive patenting and market it as a brand name drug. O... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Zubsolv.
Sat, Jul 11 '15, 5:06 PM
rx refill
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Is it the insurance or pharmacy who decides if an early refill is ok? I'm talking 3-4 days early. ## That's a good question. I'd recommend double checking with your insurance company just to be sure... but I wanna say that it probably is the insurance who has the say, if they are the one's paying for it. Some policies I've heard of actually state that you can't get a refill until you're at least 75% through your prescription. And apparently that is calculated/determined from the date you first got it filled. 3-4 days early sounds like it fits comfortably above that margin, so you may be just fine, depending on the type of insurance you have. I'd imagine that other companies policies could also be a lot different as well. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Mon, Mar 03 '14, 12:30 PM
spiriva cost
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How much are you paying for a 30 day supply of Spiriva? just trying to get an idea of general costs of this drug. ## Based on my research, the average price point for a 30 day supply of Spiriva is right around the $300 mark. Although, I'd imagine that prices may vary depending on one's location, insurance, and probably a number of other factors as well. I'd also keep in mind that there are plenty prescription drug discount cards and patient assistance programs out there that can help save you a nice chunk of change at the time you go in to fill your script. Here's one that I find to be quite helpful: Rx discount card You can also learn more about this drug on the page for Spiriva Details I hope this info helps! Is this your first time trying Spiriva? ## Hello!. Where I a... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Spiriva.
Thu, Feb 13 '14, 12:27 PM
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 4 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Feb 21 '12, 11:25 AM
This new law
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This new law is complete bulls***! I have to drive over an hour just to get my medication refilled. I am not like all the others who have 3 and 4 different meds to fill. I only have the one as I told my doctor I did not want to be on a bunch of meds that I would become hooked on but this is just a bigggg pain in the ass to have to call every walmart and pharmacy in town and 2 towns out just to get a script filled. this is just a waste of time. And costing us as patients more money as my doctor has now moved my appointments to every other month instead of every 3 months and I am a cash paying customer as I have no insurance to help with anything. Someone needs to give the DEA a brain and let them see all the trouble they are putting those of us who are responsible with our medications th... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norco.
Mon, Jan 12 '15, 12:24 PM
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i AM EXPERIENCING FINANCIAL HARDSHIP, BUT I DO HAVE INSURANCE. IS THERE ANY PROGRAM THAT CAN GIVE ME A HAND; EVEN THOUGH I HAVE INSURANCE? ## Check into Medicaid part D..... It might help answer some questions for you as well as provide financial assistance ion paying for your prescriptions. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Advair.
Sat, Aug 13 '11, 12:19 PM
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Can someone tell me some of the side effects from stopping taking FOLTEX? Also, how do I stop taking it safely, without side effects? ## I stopped taking my Foltex when the insurance company decided to stop paying for it....It's been 2 months and I feel the same... ## I was just diagnosed with High Blood Pressure, a friend told me about the drug Foltx,she said it was all natural instead of taking medication. i was wondering if anyone knew anything about this drug, and if it was used for High Blood Pressure. ## I stopped Foltx suddenly after many years and have had itching and tingling all over, especially in the evening. Has anyone else had this problem when stopping? ...
Updated 3 years ago in FOLTX.
Mon, Aug 06 '12, 3:04 PM
RX discount cards
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I see that a lot of the RX discount cards include dentures now. Can I get that if I receive Medicare and have insurance? Also my insurance just started offering it for around $75 per month which isn't bad for dentures except once you get them you have to keep paying it and also my total drug cost comes to $3000 per month. So even with that offered i cant afford it. I have to borrow money each month for rent and groceries. Would I qualify for dentures with a discount card? ...
Updated 5 months ago.
Mon, Nov 23 '15, 8:03 AM
klonopin prescription and monitoring
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Hi - I get a script of klonopin and fill them at Acme - which was just filled on Nov 2nd and paid cash because I have no insurance. I just saw my doctor today. Can I go to a family Pharmacy and get my new script filled, paying with cash without my other script being detected? ## May I ask what State you are in? Most states in the US have a prescription drug monitoring program in place for medications falling within DEA Schedules II and higher [1]. Klonopin (Clonazepam) falls into DEA schedule IV [2], so it is likely being monitored. I don't think they go off payment method so much as the prescriber (doctor) and patient's name. Hope this helps! Sources: [1] [2] ...
Updated 6 months ago in Klonopin.
Thu, Nov 19 '15, 8:28 PM
online GP doctor
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Are there any web-based doctors that can write prescriptions legally for oxycodone. I failed 1 out of a million drug panels that were given to me by pain management & I was self paying due to no insurance & waiting on a disability hearing so until I receive SSI disability I cant receive help from medicaid & I'm living off a workers comp settlement plus help from family because I can't work. I understand that it was a pretty big screw up especially now that I can't find an understanding doctor who believes in second chances & has a heart when it comes to his patients & I normally take 90 20mg oxycodone, 60 60mg m.s. contin, & one to one & a half 800 mg ibuprofen daily & can't take extra tylenol due to a tumor attached to my liver causing it... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Mar 30 '15, 1:15 PM

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