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    Where to obtain prescriptions reasonably?

    I am trying to put up medicines for at least 6-12 months. The doctor was nice enough to write a 2nd set of needed prescriptions. Mailed off my 1st 90 days set as usual.

    When I went to buy 2 of the "extra 90 day precriptions" (not able to use insurance on second set) locally, I found the bill would be over $400 and it was generic!!!

    Any thoughts on where to buy the medications that will not break me. Anyone using Canandian pharmesys? Any recommendations would be appreciated.
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    A LEO friend of mine called me to help him one day with this.
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    Matt,
    thanks for the advice. Any advice for discount meds stateside then?
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    Matt, thanks for the advice. Any advice for discount meds stateside then?
    unfortunatley no, i was actually looking at the canadian thing too before that happened, my wifes meds crush us at times. I know alot of folks who do it or say they do anyway. tried just to "piggyback" off their established account but they balked. dunno
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    Maybe your Doc can write for some meds that are cheaper generics. This way you could possibly afford to pay cash for the second set. Also, look at the $4 drugs at Wal Mart/Target. Many times you can get your Doc to change to one of these meds. That way a months supply is $4 and a 90 day supply is only $10. If you have a Publix near you they have a handful of generic antibiotics that are free for a two week supply.
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    Those are generics at $400 for two meds for 90 day supply! Neither fall under the Walmart/Target/Publix "community service" program.
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    Yep, I know meds are expensive, even some generics. I guess what I was trying to say was to see if your doc would feel comfortable changing the current meds to similar meds that are on the wal mart list. This may or may not be possible depending on the meds.
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    We dropped $1,100. on Cipro for the family (pretty good supply) in the long, long ago. No insurance or gubmint "gibme" program either.

    Stuff has still been effective a LONG time later also.
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