Chlordiazepoxide/clidinium Caps

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Suzie Says:


Yes, it's ridiculous that both medicare and united health care will not pay for this! Or the generic librax. I have both ibs and an ulcer. This works for me. I'm with aarp! Anybody else on here in the same situation? Let's contact them to get help! Isn't that what they are here for?


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frustrated Says:

I am a State employee with total coverage insurance as well as pharmacy coverage. We just had to change to a new company in January. Librax is not in their Formulary, and is not covered. 90 day supply of brand name is over $6000 and generic is over $900. Even with good wages it is not possible to continue on with the drug. I have an appointment with my doctor in several weeks to try to work on a new medication.

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