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originally posted by: Ektar
One huge problem is many prescriptions are scheduled drugs for pain
ADHD, ADD & etc. Those drugs never seem to get a break in price.
They are always expensive even as generics. I have looked into the
discount programs & due to being a scheduled drug there is no help.
originally posted by: DontTreadOnMe
a reply to: snarky412
He gets some help from the drug company itself....I just tried to look for Humana Extra Care....not finding it so I wonder if ACA killed it??
originally posted by: charlyv
a reply to: Xcalibur254
Feelgoods will always be cheaper than the drugs needed to save your life.
Big pharma will see to it they we pay through the nose for them, even if they cost less to manufacture than the feelgoods.
"The issue with phenytoin is it is the single most difficult anticonvulsant drug to use because it has very different metabolism than most medicines," Barkley tells WebMD. "Small changes in dose result in wild swings in metabolism."
The small differences between Dilantin and generic phenytoin can have big clinical effects.