Couponor Co-pay Assistance For Nevanac

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Sharyn Says:


I have been on Nevanac for over a year. My co-pay, although high 70.00 was doable. Toady I went to pick up my meds only to find my copay, with Blue Cross is now 296.00 which I cannot afford. Could you please send me any coupons or co-pay assistance programs or I will be forced to either use a more reasonably proced product OR go off of the meds completely. I have a macular pucker/epi retinal membrane. Thank you.

BTW: my normal copay for other medications is 5.00 to 10.00 with Blue Cross.



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David Says:

Hi Sharyn, How are you?

Just wanted to let you know that MedsChat also offers a free Rx Savings Card that can be used at over 60,000 pharmacies across the US. It reportedly helps you save anywhere from 15-75% off your prescription.

You can view/print more details in the link below:
Rx Savings Card

Some manufacturers also offer patient assistance programs to help cover the cost of your medication, for those who meet certain income qualifications. That may be something to talk with your doctor/pharmacist about on your next visit.

Hope this helps!

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