Good Morning Fibro Fam!!! I have something to share with you all!!

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   Posted 9/13/2010 8:09 AM (GMT -6)   
Good Morning,
Happy Monday!!! I wanted to come on here this morning and share something with you all. Some of you may have already found this tool, I happen to think its' a great cost saving place. With all the medications that some of us take, this can really help bring the costs of prescription medications down.
Here is the link:
For example, I use Nuvigil, I usually with my work insurance, pay $35.00 for a monthly supply, well I clipped the nuvigl coupon out, took it to my pharmacy and ended up paying $5.00. I'm no math queen so correct me if I"m wrong, but I think that is a 70% savings. This day and age it is getting harder and harder to be able to afford to pay for prescription medication. This is a great way to offset some of the prices. Not all medications are on here, but there are several medications that Fibro users do take on the list. So please, take a look and hopefully you can find a script of two that you use, and print and take this savings with you to the drug store and save away!!!!!!
I really love my fibro family and I wanted to find a way to try to help anyone that I can!!!
Hugs to you all!!

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   Posted 9/13/2010 8:40 AM (GMT -6)   

Thank you, Monica!  I visited the site, and although  the prescription coupons probably wouldn't work with our insurance (Tricare through my husband's being retired from the military), there are also a lot of over-the-counter meds included.  These include skin care, first-aid supplies, etc.  There are even some pet medications, such as heart-worm and flea preventives.  It's well worth looking into!

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   Posted 9/13/2010 9:01 AM (GMT -6)   
Monica,   What a find!  Thank you so much for sharing this.
I checked it out, and saw Ambien there, I just started taking it not too long ago.
I'm gonna share this with everyone I know.
Have a great day
Debbie S
And my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory. Philippians 4:19

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   Posted 9/13/2010 9:45 AM (GMT -6)   
Wow, thanks. :-) I probably can't use the prescriptions coupons either (I have to mail order), but there are tons of OTC coupons on there. Definitely worth checking out even if you can't use the Rx coupons.

Thank you for sharing!

Hugs - Austen

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   Posted 9/13/2010 11:17 AM (GMT -6)   
Great site, Hopegirl!  Don't miss the Free Buying Group Drug Card that you can print out.  They say it can save you up to 35-45% average savings  (with some savings as high as 75%) on generic drugs and it can save you 10-20% average savings (with some savings as high as 50%) on brand name drugs and you can use this at CVS, Walgreen's etc.  This is right smack in the center-top of the site and I almost missed it!  shakehead  
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Post Edited (Sherrine) : 9/13/2010 10:24:16 AM (GMT-6)

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   Posted 9/14/2010 12:20 AM (GMT -6)   
That's awesome, thank you so much. There are quite a few I can use.
Also, I have googled the medication I use and you get the website where you can get a discount card for up to a year's discount. Ex: My husband uses Symbicort, so I googled Symbicort and got to their website, filled out some basic info. and got a card in the mail that I took to our pharmacist. This card gives him a huge discount for a year. Typically it costs $65 a script, now with the discount card it's only $20. I've done this with several meds. I hope this can help some of you as well. Every little bit helps.
DX:Fibro, RA, Degenerative disc disease, carpal tunnel, ulnar tenndinitis, bulging discs (L4 & L5), osteopenia, depression & Breast cancer survivor.
MEDS: femara,neurontin,ativan,plaquenil, prednisone,percocet,fluoxetine
vit.& supplements:black cohosh, even.primrose oil, vit.C, calcium w/D, turmeric, green tea extract
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