Norco 10 325 How Much Does It Cost

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norco 10 325 how much does it cost
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I need 180norco 10/325 a mth to take for pain ## I think the price depends on where you live? I saw one person got them for 33 cents. My Insurance covers mine. But there is a $1 charge on all the medication so $8. But the Pharmacist is so good that I would pay $5 prescription. The year I did hormone treatment for IVF I am male, it was over $35,000 thank goodness for insurance. ## Hi Regina, I think Jose is porbably right about the price varying based on location. Not only that but the quality/presence of an insurance plan, the use of pharmacy coupons, patient assistance programs, etc, can all make a significant (night and day) difference in how much you pay. That said, if you are looking to save money and don't have insurance, MedsChat offers a free coupon that reportedly saves an a... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Norco.
Wed, Dec 21 '16, 8:51 PM
norco 10 325 M367 how much does it cost
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How Much does Norco 10/325 M367 Cost period. ## Hi Max, The price is probably going to vary based on your location, availability and potentially other unknown factors. However, as of writing this post, my findings are that a typical script for 90 tablets of M367 (10/325) Hydrocodone + Acetaminophencosts costs around $322.53 to fill at CVS. I'm not sure if this price is quoted with or without the use of an Rx savings card or patient assistance program; but those might be worth looking into as well depending on your situation. Hope this helps! ## $322? Jeez ur getting ripped off ! My 30 day script is only $10. Norco 10/325 only cosst .33 per pill ## Hi. Wow that is a great price your getting. Is it a big chain? Or just a very low profit pill? I remember buying Gonal F for $2000 for a ... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Norco.
Tue, Mar 14 '17, 6:44 PM
How Much Does It Cost For Norcos
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how much does it cost for a script of 120 10/325 norcos without insurance? ## 100.00 for180 generic ## @chevy, To my understanding, the price is going to be somewhat different depending on your location, whether or not you use any discount cards or have a specific type of insurance that help you pay for your medication, etc. From what I could gather, most pharmacies in my location charge anywhere from $260 to $275 for a script of 120 (10mg/325mg) Norco brand tablets. The generics are of course much cheaper, and reflect less than a quarter of that price for 120 tablets. But I'd imagine the price will be different in other locations. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Norco.
Mon, Jul 08 '13, 9:37 PM
norco 325 10 price to get filled
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Just curious on how much it's going to be to get filled ## @john, You didn't mention what quantity you were getting filled, but in my zip code, it has been stated that pharmacies will fill a prescription of thirty 10/325 brand name Norco tablets for an estimated $100 with an Rx Savings Card. Not sure about the cost without using one of those. However, I'd imagine that prices could also vary depending the quality of your insurance (if you have insurance) and what coverage they provide. For example: A close family member of mine has what I consider to be good insurance through Covered California/Healthnet and only pays somewhere between $18-$35 for a thirty day supply of Norco at this dosage...This just goes to show how different pricing variables can be. That said, it might e... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Tue, May 05 '15, 7:39 PM
cost of medication
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I have a question about my medication prescription, my dr had me on 240 10/325 generic Norco (hydrocodone) a month (1-2 every 4-6 hours max dose of 8) he recently needed to bump up the quantity to 270 (9 a day) but apparently my insurance only covers 240 a month. I was wondering if it was possible that the dr could write me the script for the 270 and the pharmacist charge my insurance for 240 of the prescription and charge me for the other 30 or if it all has to be charged to either insurance or me. I live in NY state, any info would be greatly appreciated! ## No, I don't think that will help. There is actually a limit on how much your pharmacy can give you each month and it doesn't matter if your doctor writes the prescription for more. There are government regulations that dic... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Norco.
Fri, Aug 09 '13, 7:24 PM
Morphine Er Tab 30mg
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mfg rho as a pain killer about useless norco works much better cost less that 10/325 of hydrocodone apap tabs by watson labs generic. ## Are you saying the Morphine didn't work for you? It is normal for some people to respond better to one medication, than another. That is why they are usually quite a few options in any medication category. ## That what I,m saying it don't work for me. I got something off the net that works very well called painazol. Not a drug homeopatic I thought I waste my money but it works! Ihave a spine full of arthrtis plus three bad L's. I get hot shot in the lower back and the hydrocode now I can walk without pain for the frist time in years with this combo. walk not much else , but that all good ...
Updated 5 years ago in Morphine.
Tue, Mar 13 '12, 3:47 PM

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