[br>Getting an Rx written for 90 days instead of 30 can sometimes save too. But of course, then you have to come up with the funds to pay for 90 days at a time. Get quotes for that too. I've heard that Costco has some good Rx prices and you don't have to be a membe
someone at work said the same thing as to see to getting the prescription written for 90 days..as I have mentioned before i started these pills back on May 8th, so i guess this med had enough time to be absorbed in my body to skip a day.. There is Jintelli a generic brand but that's in a higher dosage.. I will try Costco like u mentioned...thx ever so muchView Thread
Hello I am new here and looking for an answer...I am on Femhrt and it finally is helping me with those menopause symptoms..
Everytime I get my presc. filled it costs me 75.68 each month..I can't afford that, now that I have been on this for 3 months and the symptoms is cured can I just skip a day taking this medication and not everyday? to prolong the medication of which I cannot afford?
the dosage is 0.5.
also where are these so-called coupons that everyone and their mother under the sun is telling me to get online? I don't see none, nada,zilch. can't use those discount rx cards cause I already have insurance. thx for your answers and timeView Thread
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