Cost Of Meds In Mexico

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Buck Says:


I am taking 1200 dollars worth of drugs a month. I was in Ecuador and bought lasix for a penny a pill. In Columbus they are 1.00 a pill. Help!



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Ridgerunner007 Says:

Roche Valium 10mg x 90 tabs with latin prescription with triple holograms on blister packs and Roche Box taped in clear Roche tape with Bin no and expiration date good till 2018 cost me US $82.00 for the prescription on Feb 12, 2014 in Puerto Vallarta, MX.

Also, Roche Rivotril, 2 mg, 60 tabs for US $58.00. Must have a latin prescription and only two pharmacias in greater PVR are legitimate that carry real Roche products mfg in Toluca, MX. MD visit was US $100.00. US cash or USA credit card. Get referral from international hotel concierge in the big expensive chain oceanfront hotels. Works the same way in Cabo San Lucas, MX (Baja California).

Not available are pain meds, also no Grupo I meds, no Flunitrazepam, no Oxycontin - only soft meds, like Grupo II or Grupo III. Too risky to buy from any pharmacia in Mexico resort towns on Pacific, or Gulf of Mexico, or Border cities of USA. MX is flooded with counterfeit benzodiazepenes and hypnotics, look very real but are made with 0 contents of active metabolite. Also MX is flooded with fake Viagra. The key is you must have a Latino RX and a referral, all honest MX MD's know the honest pharmacias. 2012 to 2016.

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VerFree Says:

Unfortunately, prices in the U.S. have gotten out of control due to corporate greed. If we didn't have insurance, I coudn't afford my medications, and I know some people can't afford theirs even with insurance. It is a very sad state of affairs. Our insurance just instituted a cap this year, so no medication is more than $15 a month, so we feel very lucky.

Buck, do you have any insurance?

What all medications do you take? Have you tried shopping around at different pharmacies to see if any offer lower prices, or discount cards?

Have you tried asking your doctor if there are any cheaper options?

Lasix is available as a generic, Furosemide, so it is usually cheaper than the name brand, but the price can still vary from pharmacy to pharmacy.

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