Need 150 Mg Lovenox Injections

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Carrie Says:


Lost my health insurance and just found out I have another DVT. I take 150 mg injections and I only have 10 left. Pharmacies are charging around $3,000 a month, I don't see how anyone can afford that. I just need enough until December when my insurance kicks in with my new job. What is the best way to get Lovenox for a reasonable price?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Carrie! How are you?

There is an assistance program through Sanofi for uninsured patients called Sanofi Patient Connection. You can call them for an application and program details at 888-847-4877. I've found most of these programs to respond pretty quickly to keep people from missing doses of their medications.

This medication may cause side effects, such as dizziness, increased risk of bleeding and administration site irritation.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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