What happens when you stop taking Ranexa?
- 8 Oct 2009 by SteveGrabert
- 18 February 2020
You'll probably experience angina symptoms again.
You didn't say why you would be considering stopping Ranexa... I mean this is a med that has changed my daily routines almost back to where they were. Please don't stop UNLESS YOUR dR SAYS TO, DOESNT SOUND LIKE YOU HAVE TALKED TO YOUR dR ABOUT.
I can not afford Ranexa at $307 a month
The cost of Ranexa is prohibitive! As a disabled person I can not afford it. The manufacturer no longer offers assistance with cost. The lowest cost is $100, with Medicare. As a cardiac medication, like many others, it a required for survival. With Medicare costs rising I don't know how the disabled and elderly are able to afford their medication. The is wrong on so many levels!
- Ranexa Information for Consumers
- Ranexa Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Ranexa (detailed)
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