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Febuxostat Coupon - Febuxostat 40mg tablet
Febuxostat

Uloric

Uloric (febuxostat) is used to treat gout. Uloric is less popular than other xanthine oxidase inhibitors. There are currently no generic alternatives to Uloric. Brand-name drugs are expensive, but manufacturer and pharmacy coupons can help offset the cost. Uloric is covered by some Medicare and insurance plans. Compare xanthine oxidase inhibitors.
Febuxostat Coupon - Febuxostat 40mg tablet

Savings Alert: We've added new, lower prices at most pharmacies for this prescription. Learn More

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New Lower Prices for More Brand-Name Drugs!

Elizabeth Davis - May 16, 2017

Last week, GoodRx rolled out exclusive new savings on more than 40 brand-name prescriptions, and we also promised to pursue discounts for more drugs.

Today, we’re happy to announce new Inside Rx discounts for 6 more brands:

  • Colcrys (treats gout): 45% off retail price
  • Uloric (treats gout): 16% off retail price
  • Amitiza (treats constipation): 40% off retail price
  • Dexilant (treats GERD): 40% off retail price
  • Trintellix (treats depression): 24% off retail price
  • AirDuo Respiclick (treats COPD): just released so no comparison available yet

Like all GoodRx coupons, these new discounts are easy to use—just search for your drug and print out the discount. See More

Users Guide to Gout

Dr. Sharon Orrange - May 10, 2016

Not all big toe pain is gout—but you may have been hearing more about it recently. The prevalence of gout has increased greatly over the past 30 years.

So what is gout, why do we get it, and how can you get rid of it?

Why more gout? There is more gout for three main reasons: we live longer, more people have high blood pressure and diabetes, and common medications like aspirin and diuretics increase the risk of gout. See More

I Have Gout, Now What?

Dr. Sharon Orrange - October 17, 2013

You aren’t alone.  The reason we hear so much about gout is that the prevalence of gout has increased greatly over the past 30 years. It’s more common in men than women but women start to catch up after menopause.

Why is there more gout? There are 3 reasons: we live longer, there is more high blood pressure, and common medications like aspirin and diuretics increase risk of gout.

What are we doing wrong?  Increased consumption of carbs, proteins, and drinks containing fructose contribute to gout. See More

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