Dr. Sharon Orrange - July 31, 2018
If you’ve noticed you are sweating more than usual—not just on your palms and soles, but all over—take a look at your medication list. The new occurrence of excess sweating everywhere on your body can be a result of many causes including diabetes, thyroid disease and infection, so it requires a careful evaluation by your doctor—but medications are a common offender.
GoodRx - June 29, 2018
At GoodRx, we are always trying to find you the best savings on prescription drugs, and we have good news. Today, we are excited to announce lower prices on some popular prescriptions.
Deeper discounts are available on many drugs at Walmart, and include terrific savings on these medications:
|Drug||Strength||New lower price|
|atorvastatin||40 mg tablet||$11|
|bupropion XL||150 mg tablet||$20|
|duloxetine||30 mg capsule||$18|
|escitalopram||20 mg tablet||$10.|
Benita Lee - June 22, 2018
As with other forms of coverage restrictions, insurance plans use quantity limits to ensure patient safety and control healthcare costs. Quantity limits define how much of a drug you can fill during a specific time period, but they can be a hassle. Here’s how to navigate your plan’s policies, so you can still get the medications you need.
How do quantity limits work?
Generally speaking, plans will review clinical and FDA literature to decide how much of a drug they will cover in a certain time period. See More
Katie Mui - June 16, 2018
With one in four Americans having trouble paying for medical care, it’s no surprise that GoodRx users come from all walks of life. Today’s story is about Eddie, an Uber driver in the Los Angeles area who, as an independent contractor without health benefits, wasn’t able to afford medications for his chronic migraines.
Tori Marsh - May 18, 2018
On May 17th, the FDA approved Aimovig, the first medication specifically developed to prevent chronic migraines. Makers of Aimovig say that patients on the drug can experience, on average, one to two fewer migraine days per month. But at a price of $575 per month, is it worth it?
Roni Shye - March 02, 2018
Recently, Endo Pharmaceuticals has decided to stop the manufacturing of their needle-free migraine medication, Sumavel Dosepro. According to Endo Pharmaceuticals, the discontinuation of Sumavel DosePro was a business decision and not related to quality, safety, or efficacy concerns.
What is Sumavel DosePro indicated for?
Sumavel DosePro was approved in 2009 for the acute treatment of migraine, with or without aura, and the acute treatment of cluster headache. See More
Roni Shye - March 18, 2016
At the start of 2016, the FDA approved brand-new migraine treatment: Onzetra Xsail. Although it shares an active ingredient with Imitrex (sumatriptan), the way you use Onzetra is unique, and offers another option for getting you migraine relief.
There are many medications already on the market to treat migraines before and after they begin. The standard in migraine treatment is a group of medications known as “triptans. See More
Elizabeth Davis - September 24, 2014
We get lots of questions from folks who don’t understand how GoodRx works or how it can help them. Over the next few months, we’ll provide a few short examples from Americans who have used GoodRx to understand and control their healthcare costs.
Marie, a woman who lives in Texas, experienced her first migraine at 18. Today’s migraine drugs hadn’t been invented yet, so she would lie in bed for days, sometimes needing a shot from the doctor for the pain. See More
Elizabeth Davis - May 30, 2013
Like the brand, zolmitriptan tablets and orally disintegrating tablets are available in 5 mg and 2.5 mg doses, and sold in packages of 3 or 6. The nasal spray is still only available as brand name Zomig.
Another generic triptan for treating migraines is good news for anyone looking for lower prices and more options. See More
Elizabeth Davis - March 28, 2013
When it comes to saving on your prescriptions, sometimes the way to get the best price isn’t as straightforward as simply using a coupon or switching to a generic.
Recently, I visited a doctor to try and figure out why I was having headaches. It took months, but eventually I was diagnosed with migraines; then, I had to work with my doctor to find the right medication to manage the migraines.
Like many Americans, I have health insurance, but even with insurance, the cost of my drugs was giving me a headache. See More