- December 14, 2007 at 10:39 pm #254779
thats a great idea. My husband needs a double dose of Nexium each day and our
insurance charges double the co-pay which comes to $70 a month that along with
other prescriptions, we just have a hard time affording. Our doctor is great
about giving us bags full of samples when we call his office. Also, whenever
possible, if he prescribes an med while we are in for a visit, he’ll look to see
if he has samples on hand. Our co-pay for generics is only $5, but it goes way
up from there for name brands.
I think any doctor would understand the situation here and help if s/he has the
samples at their office. Of course, they don’t have samples of every med, but it
is certainly worth a call. Its also possible a less expensive but equally
effective alternative might be available.
Date: 2007/12/15 Sat AM 09:50:55 CST
Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Walmart $4.00 Generic Prescription plans
I’d suggest calling your doctor and see if he can give you samples until social
services help starts.
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