Any prescription med similar to singulair or advair?
- 13 Sep 2009 by shauhncy
- singulair, asthma, allergies, asthma -- maintenance
I have asthma and allergies pretty severely, and I am currently taking advair and singulair with GREAT results. I very rarely struggle with breathing or allergies because of the combination of them, but my insurance has changed and now the singulair is very expensive because I'm basically being punished for not getting generics. There is no generic for singulair or advair, so does anyone know of something similar that I could get a generic with? It would save me a ton of money.
Thanks in advance!
14 Sep 2009
I have the same problem. You might check with the manufacture and see if you can get on a patient program. Make sure you tell them that your insurance does not cover it.
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