... prohibitive. We cannot afford it; yet, he must take the drug to keep him alive. Their patient assistance program may be willing to assist, but I will lose my retirement $$ if we receive assistance. Does anyone find themselves in our position? Any thoughts?
My husband is on Rifaximin, and is not able to get any more "samples". The cost per month is?
- 3 Apr 2015 by PattieZ1
- 3 April 2015
Wait. That's not income. If you are 65 and on social security the med cost wouldn't be enough to make you lose it. However I don't see how they can hold getting medication against you. Its no different then if insurance paid for it.
- Rifaximin Information for Consumers
- Rifaximin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Rifaximin (detailed)
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