Cost Of Dexilant

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Linda Rexroth Says:
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I am a 67 yr old white woman who had been taking Dexilant 60 mg for over 10 years for Hiatus Hernia and Gerd. When I was on Empliyer Insurance I maybe received $50 toward each Dexilant prescription. Now I am on Medicare Plan F Prescription Ins. And Dexilant, (company) will not help senior citizens at all? I am through the loop end of my Medicare Prescription plan and Dexilant went from $93 for 3 months to $282 for 3 months. It seems my pay per yr is too high, so basically no help for Seniors Citizens s with cost of out of pocket total cost for Dexilant?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Linda! How are you?

Have you spoken to your doctor about?

There are other medications in this class that are available as generics, such as Omeprazole and Lansoprazole, which would be much, much cheaper and your Medicare may even cover them.

The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and flatulence.



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martha Says:

I take 60mg of Dexilant and it is 85.00 a month I am 69 years old and this is the only one I can take. Is there discount card for the older people that is on MEDICARE, WE NEED THE HELP TOO.


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