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whoknew
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   Posted 8/28/2009 10:21 PM (GMT -7)   
I’ve been suffering from migraine since I was 17. Now 20, I think I’ve tried almost all pain relievers out there. However, fioricet’s been the best so far. It helps me get a better sleep at night. It also take scare of the auras. Of course, I also do natural methods such as placing a wet towel on my face when resting. It helps me soothe myself further. My question now is can you tell me where I can get low-priced fioricet? I’m cutting on my expenses, you know. Thanks.

modernswinger
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   Posted 8/28/2009 11:20 PM (GMT -7)   
You can get cheap fioricet online. Try googling. Make sure you select safe web sites, though. You can also ask your doctor on the recommended pharmacies that offer low-priced or cheap fioricet out there in your area. Hope this helps.

Hello~Kitty
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   Posted 8/29/2009 12:01 AM (GMT -7)   
I know Costco sells fioricet cheap, I use to get my prescriptions there, I beleive it was $34 for 60 pills but htis was several years ago. Just call around to diffrent pharmacies and ask around. I dont know much about online pharmacies and if they're legit. Just talk to you doctor and start making some calls aorund. Also be careful of fioricet, it is very good at causing rebound headaches.

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DX-Chronic Pain due to two freak car accidents, Pancreatic Divisum,Fibromyalgia, Asthma, Depression w/anxiety, Migraines

Meds- Suboxone 16mg for pain, Cymbalta 60mg, Lyrica 50mg, Imitrex 100mg PRN,Ibprofen 800mg PRN, Ventolin Inhaler PRN, Visteril PRN

 


Hello~Kitty
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   Posted 8/29/2009 12:07 AM (GMT -7)   
Actually, that was for fioricet with codiene, so it may be cheaper, it also depends on alot of things. Like I said before, just call around. And I was told you dont need a costco card to use costco's pharmacy, but not sure on that. Also some pharmacutical companies have programs to get their prescriptions for low price or free.

Also Free-RX-Card.net has a free card you can use to get discounts on most meds, it's very simple, just type in your name and it gives you a card to print out and use, just takes a few seconds, doesnt ask for any personal infor like address and social security numbers.

carmen

Carmen~*~*~Chronic Pain Moderator

DX-Chronic Pain due to two freak car accidents, Pancreatic Divisum,Fibromyalgia, Asthma, Depression w/anxiety, Migraines

Meds- Suboxone 16mg for pain, Cymbalta 60mg, Lyrica 50mg, Imitrex 100mg PRN,Ibprofen 800mg PRN, Ventolin Inhaler PRN, Visteril PRN

 


Jim1969
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   Posted 8/29/2009 2:15 AM (GMT -7)   
There is a generic available for Fioricet. Have you checked with places like Walgreens and Wal Mart to see if they qualify for their "cheap" drug program. I know Wal Mart has that $4 generic prescription deal and Walgreens has something similar. I don't know about CVS as I don't do much business there but they might.
2 confirmed herniated lumbar discs. Spinal Arthritis. Spinal Stenosis, diabetic peripheral nueropathy.


Nana Monster
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   Posted 8/29/2009 4:37 PM (GMT -7)   
have you checked into feverfew? It's an herbal alternative.
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