Moringa & Medications
Now doubt you already know that you can often save on costly medications by generic equivalents. Here are five more cost cutting tricks...
*Ask for free samples. Doctors are deluged with drug samples from manufacturers but they don't always distribute these samples to their patients.
Ask, and you may get a week or more of a pricey drug for free.
Caution: Check expiration dates. Forgo samples that have been sitting around the doctor's office for too long.
*Use mail order or the Internet...but only when appropriate. Buying prescriptions by mail or on the Internet can be an economical, convenient way to purchase drugs. However, many mail-order pharmacies use nonpharmacist to fill prescriptions.
while a pharmacist does do a final check, the volume of drugs being processed is very high--and mistakes are possible.
Going the mail-order or Internet route also means you lose the benefit of a face-to-face meeting with your pharmacist--who can warn you about drug interactions or answer your questions on the spot.
*Bottom line: If you want to use mail order or the Internet, do so only with drugs you're familiar with--- ideally, drugs you mus t take on a long-term basis. That way, you reduce your risk of taking the wrong drug or falling victim to unforeseen drug interactions.
*Don't let your insurance company impose limits on prescription length. If your doctor writes a prescription for a 90-day supply of pills, your insurer may approve only a 30-day supply.
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