Flector Pain Patch

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sharon Says:

I was shocked today when I picked up a months supply of flector pain patches.Last month I paid $22,this month $60!Has anyone else noticed a sharp increase in price or is this just another way to get people off pain meds?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sharon! How are you? I'm sorry about the price increase.

However, it's really just a matter of supply and demand. The price may change at any time.

This isn't a narcotic, so it's not one of the ones they're trying to cut down on being used.

Flector contains the active ingredient Diclofenac, which the FDA classifies as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. Its typical side effects may include skin irritation, redness, rash, headache and nausea.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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shadowwolfh Says:
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Be glad you pay so little for a month supply. I paid $495 yes that is four hundred dollars after insurance. It works great, is non- narcotic, but who can afford to keep using it. A shame. I would like to get completely off all narcatic pain relievers but they are cheaper & work better. Maybe if things like a Flector Patch were more affordable more of us could step down to NSAIDS.

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