Substitute For Micardis Htc
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Kizzy Says:
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Please suggest a cheaper but same effect substitute for Micardis 80, the one which shouldn't have any adverse side effects.

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Liz Says:
The Military pharmacy formulary no longer carries Micardis, and has substituted Micardis with either "Diovan Hctz" or "Hyzaar". You may want to check the prices for those 2 drugs.

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penny Says:
substitute for micardis

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Sara Says:
My pharmacist suggested amodipine besylate, trade name Mylan. He said it would be much better than plain amodipine, that the besylate was important to more closely resemble Micardis.

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Jack Says:
My insurance recommended Losartan to replace Micardis, because of the cost, I was on it for a month, it didn't work for me, plus it gave me headaches, had to go back to Micardis.

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betsy Says:
My Pharmacist and Cardiologist just changed micardis to losartan potassium at a MUCH lower cost. Check it out with your Dr.

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barbara Says:
is there a substitute for the drug micardis hct 80mg/25mg that is cheaper

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Sandra Says:
Is there a drug in the same family as Micardis that might be cheaper?

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Verwon Says:
Very welcome

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darrell Says:

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Verwon Says:
Micardis HCT was only approved for use in 2000, this the companies patent is still active and a generic is not available.

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