Is there a generic replacement for Nasonex (mometasone furoate monohydrate)?
- 26 Sep 2010 by Texas_Star
- nasonex, hay fever, mometasone, allergic rhinitis, medicare part d, generic
I have used it for years and it works for me. I recently enrolled in Medicare Part D. My provider considers Nasonex a Non-preferred Brand and I cannot afford the copay.
26 Sep 2010
Regretfully there is not. A patent currently prevents any generic Nasonex from being manufactured in the United States. The patent is not set to expire until July 2014.
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