... told it was 175. Then Ii wne to two others with the same answer. Went to walmart where is was suppose to be 4 dollars and ended up paying 82. What is going on with this medicine. I have no insursance and do not know how I am going to afford it. What else can I take that is cheaper? Who makes this so I can write to them and ask them what are they doing to people that can not pay this price
I have called pharmacies all over the nation. They all tell me that the makers of nadolol (all companies who manufacturer it not just Mylan) have had this extreme hike. I have tried 4 different beta blockers and none are working well enough. My cardiologist said there is nothing that will work as well. I am paying 172 after several failed attempts to use others. It is hell. My guess is that this has something to do with new healthcare laws or a shortage of ingredients. I have called one manufacturer, Mylan. They will not tell me what is happening. I have talked to them twice. They keep blaming it on pharmacies, but the pharmacies are being gauged by the Mylan for 3.49 a pill. My pharmacist told me that they used to pay next to nothing for it. There is no way to get any cheaper price. All the discount programs have dropped it. Including Walmart's 4 dollar program. I suggest you contact manufacturers as well. I think we need to know what is going on. I have been on this med for 25 years for next to nothing. It is scary.
- Nadolol Information for Consumers
- Nadolol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Nadolol (detailed)
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