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How can I buy Acitretin for my psoriasis?

 

Question:
I've been suffering from psoriasis since 2014. I have used various kinds of medicines but have not found good results. One day my doctor told me about Acitretin. I used it and had good results, but now Acitretin not available in Sri Lanka. This is a big problem as I can't control my psoriasis any other way. I now need to buy Acitretin via the Internet. Please help me. How can I buy Acitretin? Thank you.

Answer:

Acitretin is a medication that treats severe psoriasis. Even if Acitretin is covered by your insurance plan, international online pharmacies and even discount coupons for your local pharmacy—if you live in the United States—could be cheaper options worth investigating.  

 

Acitretin Savings at Online Pharmacies

 

Verified international online pharmacies are often the least expensive way to obtaining affordable medication. You can compare prices for Acitretin among reputable online pharmacies using PharamacyChecker.com. Enter the name in the "Compare Drug Prices" box, click the search icon, then follow the prompts to a list of international pharmacies that offer it. Just 30 capsules of Acitretin 25 mg currently costs around $760.19 at a U.S. pharmacy. You can order the same amount for $58.68 from verified international online pharmacies. That means you can save up to 92% off Acitretin by comparing prices among online pharmacies.

 

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Online Pharmacy Shipping to Sri Lanka

 

Many PharmacyChecker-verified online pharmacies ship worldwide. For each pharmacy in the PharmacyChecker Verification Program, we publish a pharmacy profile to provide specific details about each, such as shipping locations, costs, and payment methods accepted by the pharmacy. Click on "View Pharmacy Profile" under the pharmacy logo. You can also access this information on the pricing pages by clicking on the "Details" link under the pharmacy logo. If you live in Sri Lanka, make sure to contact the pharmacy before your order to ensure they ship to your location.

 

For more detailed shipping information, you can access the pharmacy's website by clicking on the pharmacy's logo. This will direct you to their website, which will provide instructions for how to contact the pharmacist using the "Contact Us" information.to ask questions, such as shipping costs and transit times. Some pharmacies will also have a "Live Chat" option to allow you to ask you questions while on the pharmacy's website.

 

Acitretin Discount Coupons at Your Local Pharmacy

 

Getting Acitretin discounts at your local pharmacy is as easy as entering your zip code and printing a coupon. Go to the Acitretin price comparison page and scroll to the bottom of the page (past the online pharmacy offerings). Click the "Search U.S. Local Pharmacy Pricing" button. Enter your zip code. Print the coupon and bring to the specified pharmacy. 

 

Treating psoriasis can be incredibly expensive. You may be interested in our blogpost Care for Your Skin…Without Getting Skinned Alive

 

 

 

Published 2/20/2018




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