Estrotest ...changes

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Barbara Says:


I've been taking the Estratest 1.25/2.5 for years without complications. I was told this was changed to Covaryx and this was generic ...however some say not Generic ..this is confusing.. the price especially..I checked several Phamacies $300 plus..up to $405 (Walgreens) for 90 pills...The pill is yellow for 1.24/2.5 ....pink for HS



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Jeannine Says:

I've been taking Estratest for a few years now and love it....I have been getting it at Walmart for about $55 for 3 month supply....If you use an RX Savings Card you will be amazed at the difference in pricing. My insurance does not cover it - thank goodness that I found this discount - otherwise it is the the $300 range. It is still called Estratest as of 2 months ago.

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Autum Says:
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I ran into the same problem. A 30 day prescription was going to be nearly $300 at my local pharmacy. I checked around and it was just over $100 at walmart. I got my prescription at walmart using an Rx savings card for just under $20.00. It took me a little time researching online to find this solution but it was well worth it.

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David Says:

Just wanted to add to other's comments/remarks about finding cheaper pricing. Pharmacy savings cards have always been, in my opinion, one of the best ways to cut down on the cost of your script. However, I also think patients should be mindful of the notion that prices may be subject to change (for better or for worse without our prior knowledge) based on the whit and whim of big pharma companies themselves in accordance with whatever they see fit. So my stance would be to err on the side of caution if you have to be dependent on something like this for an extended period of time and not be shocked that price gouging is happening as a result of who these "pharmaceutical tyrants/companies" are.

I wish you all good health and good luck in getting your script filled at a fair price!

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