i have been taking aciphex for 20yrs now. the cost for my copay is 200. a month. now that i am on disability i really would like to find something that works and is cheaper. thanking you in advance, nancy
If you have access to a computer and type in on-line pharmacy's you can get a whole list of pharmacies that are competing over the internet and you may be able to find it less there. Also Canada has been an excellent recourse to purchase necessary medication when on a tight budget. The only other thing I could offer or suggest is that you switch your medication to another type of acid reflux type prescription, Nexium, Prevasit. Even though prevasit is over the counter a doctor can still prescribe it to make it less expensive. I know they have some coupons out for both medications. Ask your physician if there is a less expensive comparison prescription. Also you may want to purchase some additional insurance to cover what Medicare does not cover. They are called supplemental insurance plans and if you happen to belong to AARP they have lots of options and programs and they will help you decide which one is best for your particular situation. I hope my answer was helpful and that you figure something out soon. I know you could use that $200 for other living expenses. Good Luck and Take Care!
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