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Right now,I am not on AS many meds then I have been in the past. But still I take 4 regular meds a day,plus my Copaxone injections. I am currently getting samples on two drugs from my Dr office and I receive assistance for my Copaxone. I just hate how much meds are. If it werent for assitance with my Copaxone,I wouldnt be able to afford it. The co-payment every month is like a car payment and we just dont have that kind of money. Anyone else going crazy over the cost of this stuff?
__________________ Nichole,Mommy to Emily and Ryan
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My prescription insurance requires me to use mail order, and I have to get a 3 month supply at a time (unless it is something like an antibiotic that I'm only taking for a short time). It costs more up front, but in the long run is cheaper. For example, my Topamax is $150 for a 3 month supply, but a 1 month supply at the pharmacy is $72. Celebrex is similar. $112 for a 3 month supply or $56 for a 1 month supply. The Enrbel I only get a month at a time, but if I were to get it through the pharmacy it would be $1500!!!!!! Through the mail order it is $50. (They don't cover it through the pharmacy for some reason.) So I pay a lot for meds upfront, but I get a 3 month supply of them at a cheaper rate in the long run than paying for a month at a time. It's just a lot of moeny upfront when I am taking 10 prescriptions.