$89. and I have medicare rx, AARP rx, united health rx, the same little bitty pill all the others pills have dyes in that I have trouble with. Why do they put dyes in our medication? Why is this medication now so high priced??
believe it or not, prescription prices change by supply and demand. i noticed that on my prescriptions too when i didn't have insurance. however, you should be able to get the generic protonix (i do). it's called pantoprazole DR. i know they have a generic for the 40mg pill. if you're still having a problem getting your prescriptions at a decent cost, please check out www.pparx.com! it's a prescription drug assistance program that can get your meds usually free. used to help me a lot before i got insurance.
- Protonix Information for Consumers
- Protonix Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Protonix (detailed)
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