... does anyone know of a reputable pharmacy outside of the united states? i used a canadian pharmacy years ago but can't remember the name of it. thank you
Depression - I can't afford generic provigil. I don't qualify for help because I have insurance.?
Added 10 Aug 2012:
thanks, everyone. sorry my question wasn't clear. thought someone might use a reputable pharmacy outside of America or know someone who did. appreciate you taking the time to respond.
Just a thought, is it possible to either contact the drug manufacturer for help, also there are organizations that help provide meds for people, ie. PPRx for example. I'm afraid I don't know phone numbers. Maybe Rajive will see this and respond.
Sorry I couldn't be more help.
Hi, your pharmacy or doctor surgery or ER should be able to provide information of where you can get help with obtaining the medications you need at discounted prices or under a hardship funded project. As Imirani (i hope i spelled that right!) said, the manufactures often can provide help with costs.
Just a thought, but you might try calling the manufacturer and seeing if they have any patient assistant programs. Its made by Cephalon. Just go to Cephalon.com, or there is a number 610-344-0200. It's worth a try, and certainly won't hurt anything to try. Another friend and I thought of this together. We want to help anyway we can. Good luck, hon. Best wishes, Ruthie
I realize this sounds a little odd (stop laughing you guys, you know who you are!), but have you talked to your dr about this? They often have many patients going through the same thing and know of resources, alternate medications, coupons, etc... that you would have never imagined. Or he may be able to write for a higher dose that you can split and "double" your prescription. Anyway, just a thought!
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