Prepopik- What Is The Name In Canada?

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SueU Says:


i understand that its availble in Canada. But goes by a differant name. Do you know what it is called? I was happy to hear that there is a new cranberry flavor.
2nd ? If a pt has insurance does a pharmacy dicount cards work on this prep??



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David Says:

Hi Sue,

Based on my research, Prepopik is reportedly available in Canada under the brand name "Pico-Salax".

And to answer your other question about using pharmacy discount cards along with insurance - When I look at many of these pharmacy discount cards they often make a statement noting that "this card is not intended to act as a replacement for insurance" - so my understanding is that the discount therefore isn't associated with an insurance policy. That being said, I don't see any reason why insurance and savings cards can't be used together. Has anyone else out there experienced complications upon trying?

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