Buprenorphine 8mg

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Charlene Says:
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I'm looking for some feedback on the generic brands they only had sun pharma, actavis and hikma in my area of southwest Florida. Last month I picked up the brand hikma 54 411 from a grocery store/ pharmacy and my insurance covers/pays for most of my co pay which is always $45 monthly for my 120 pills. At this store they charged me 3 x that amount. I never heard of that..so now I'm thinking I might have to try the other of the 2.



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David Says:

Hi Charlene,

Sorry to hear about the unethical price gouging you encountered. While I don't have personal experience with those other manufacturers, I did want to add that someone else's experience with them doesn't necessarily dictate how your body will react or respond to the same medication; whereas the only way to know for certain is to try it. This may be due to different fillers from one manufacturer to the next & how sensitive your body is to the (supposedly) inactive-ingredients, in conjunction with a range of other underlying factors.

Have you tried utilizing a pharmacy coupon to help lower the cost of the Hikma 54 411? MedsChat has a free one that you can print out [Rx Savings Card] for an average discount of 15-75% off.

Hope this helps!

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