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Xopenex savings
BRinFLA posted:
If you use xopenex you know it is expensive. My co-pay with insurance is $100. Today I found out about their Breath for Less Program. Details and how to register are on their website: . You can save up to $50 a month for 12 months.
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abbymay16 responded:
WOW..that is one GIANT copay. I just picked up a new xopenex hfa inhaler and was surprised my copay was only 12 bucks...hmmm...guess I can't complain??

Thanks for posting the info on the saving program...anything to help pay for the meds is a great idea.


PS now can you find something to help me pay for the pulse ox read they took at urgent care--they charged me FIFTY bucks.....good gravy!!!!!!!
sgbl88 replied to abbymay16's response:
Goodness that is steep for an O2 reading when you can get devices for $45 dollars online just about anywhere. You might want to get a device and read your own at that rate.

kaixin101 responded:
Xopenex is Very effective for wheezing and coughing of asthma. It does give me nausea and a sore throat, trouble sleeping and dizziness, however it's better than not being able to breathe. It doesn't make me agitated and belligerent like Albuterol did. Rinse your mouth after using to get rid of the taste.

At present the coupon Value is $20 off a month.

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