Depakote 500mg And Clozapine 200mg

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Matheau Says:
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I'm trying to see if I can pay a cheaper price for two different meds, depakote and clozapine? It would help me out a lot to pay less money. Thank you for taking the time to help me out and answer my questions.

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David Says:

Hi Matheau,

You may wish to consider trying a free pharmacy coupon such as the one MedsChat offers here: Rx Savings Card. It can reportedly save anywhere from 15-75% off the cost of your prescriptions and is recognized at over 60,000 pharmacies across the US.

Another option is to ask your doctor or pharmacist about patient assistance programs, where they would cover the cost of your medication if you're financially struggling. However, I believe approval is based upon your annual income and not all drug manufacturers offer such support. Nevertheless, it may be worth looking into.

Another option is to try switching to another manufacturer's brand or generic that may be priced differently.

And lastly, you could ask your doctor about other medications with similar use-cases that may be more cost effective.

I hope this helps and wish you good luck in finding the right solution for your situation!

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