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Do you carry Linzess capsules?

 

Question:
Do you carry Linzess 72 mcg capsules?

Answer:

Linzess (Linaclotide) is a prescription medication used to treat irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) when constipation is the main problem. It may also be used for relief of chronic constipation.

 

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To use our website to view verified international online pharmacies and compare prices for Linzess, enter the name in the "Compare Drug Prices" box, click on the search icon, then follow the prompts to list of pharmacies that offer it. 

 

Currently, 30 capsules of Linzess 145 mcg can cost you as much as $395 ($13 per pill) at your local U.S pharmacy—and that's with a coupon. You can find Linzess 145 mcg for as low as $4.21/pill when ordering a 90-day supply by comparing prices on PharmacyChecker.com. 

 

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What about other strengths for Linzess?

 

Currently, verified pharmacies listing prices on our website only list Linzess in 145 mcg and 290 mcg doses. However, you can contact the pharmacy to inquire about the availability of Linzess 72 mcg. You can access the pharmacy's website by clicking on the pharmacy's logo. You may want to confirm certain information, such as shipping costs and transit times. Some pharmacies will also have a "Live Chat" option so you can clear up any doubts you may have while navigating the pharmacy's website.

 

Are there other ways to save money on Linzess?

 

If Linzess 72 mcg capsules are not available at a verified international pharmacy, you may be able to find savings on your medications by searching online for rebates or coupons that can be used at local pharmacies in the U.S. using a website such as NeedyMeds or GoodRx. These websites may provide savings and make the medication more affordable.

 

PharmacyChecker.com also offers a search tool for patient assistance programs. Many pharmaceutical companies offer aid with the cost of medications through patient assistance programs. 

 

Linzess Patient Assistance Program

 

 

 

Published 2/26/2018




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