Now I can't afford it. So I like to know if there some company that could help me with the cost because i know i just can't come off of them.
I found it very difficult to get assistance when I was unemployed. For assistance, I had to show I made less than 11,00 per year. Now that I am employed I'm finding I still can't afford Keppra XR. My insurance company want me to take generic first and if that doesn't work then I can go to Brand name. Of course if the generic doesn't work I won't be able to drive which will mean I will lose my job which will put me back in the same situation. If you find alternative assistance please let us all know.
my doctor perscribed kepra 750XR twice daily which was over $700 per month I went back and told him there was no way I could afford that so he put me on levatriceta 750 3 times instead of 2 per day from $700 to around 50 per month i couldn't believe the price difference since there are no generics for XR
- Keppra Information for Consumers
- Keppra Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Keppra (detailed)
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