Rising Cost For 60 Pills Of Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate?

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Beverly Says:


I requested 60 pills from Humana. My pharmacy said it would cost me $90... The last time it cost me $18. Why?



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Verwon Says:

Pharmaceutical prices change, just like the prices on any other product. It's really a matter of supply and demand, there have been changes in the price of many pharmaceuticals, recently. My mother-in-law has to use 2 inhalers regularly, to prevent asthma and breathing issues, one of them has stayed the same price, while the other has gone up from $45 to over $200.

The FDA allows a good bit of pricing leeway, while some companies try to keep their prices down, not all of them do. It is a sad state of affairs, which I fear may only get worse over the next few years.

I wish I had some way to help you, but unfortunately, I don't.

Have you tried asking your doctor if they have samples, or know of a cheaper alternative?

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Officechick Says:

Search on line for Discount Cards. There are alot of different ones available. Take them all to the pharmacy and have them run it through the system for the cheapest price.

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