PharmacyChecker experts answer consumer questions related to affording lower-cost, prescription medications.
We help people afford the medication they need by verifying online pharmacies and comparing their prices. Drug prices are out of control. Americans face the highest medication prices in the world. That's why millions of Americans choose to buy medication from other countries.
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Tod Cooperman, MD
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El Dr. Tod Cooperman es un reconocido investigador, escritor y ponente en temas de atención médica al consumidor.
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If you are considering purchasing medication from outside the U.S., be aware that, in most circumstances, it is technically not legal for individuals to import prescription drugs; however, U.S. government officials have stated that individuals who order non-controlled prescription drugs from Canada or other foreign sources (up to a three-month supply) for their own use are not being pursued or prosecuted.
I want to find low prices for brand-name and generic Vesicare (solifenacin).
Brand-name Vesicare (solifenacin succinate) is a pricey drug that treats symptoms for an overactive bladder. Brand-name Vesicare is marketed in the U.S. by Astellas Pharma Inc. and also manufactured in the U.S. There is no generic available in the U.S., but luckily you can find low prices on generic Vesicare online at pharmacies located elsewhere. In Canada, Astellas Pharma Canada Inc. markets Vesicare and is one of the Astellas Group of companies in North America, all affiliates of Astellas Pharma Inc., located in Tokyo.
With the current average retail price being somewhere around $475 for 30 tablets of brand-name Vesicare 10 mg and a generic version yet to be sold locally in the U.S., it may be financially wise to turn to patient assistance programs, discount cards or online pharmacies for some wallet relief.
Low Prices for Vesicare: Options within the U.S.
Many pharmaceutical companies offer patients assistance with the cost of medications through patient assistance programs. Information regarding patient assistance program offered for Vesicare can be found here.
Additionally, you may be able to offset the cost at your local pharmacy with a discount card or coupon, which you can find on PharmacyChecker.com. These cards are not insurance cards—rather, they work like Vesicare coupons. To compare local pharmacy prices with these cards, scroll to the bottom of the PharmacyChecker.com Vesicare price comparison page, and enter your ZIP Code in the "Find Discounted Prices at Local U.S. Pharmacies" box.
Cutting Vesicare Costs using Online Pharmacies Located Outside the U.S.
The least expensive option is to purchase the prescription medicine from a licensed pharmacy in a country where drug prices are much lower than in the U.S. You can do this online from international pharmacies, although we strongly advise to use one which has its credentials continually verified by an independent third-party, such as PharmacyChecker, which also compares drug prices from these pharmacies.
You can find brand-name Vesicare on PharmacyChecker.com for around 85% off the retail price. The generic version of Vesicare, called solifenacin, is offered for each cheaper. Compare prices by following the links below:
Importing medication for yourself is technically prohibited under most circumstances but individuals have not been prosecuted for importing small quantities of non-controlled medications for themselves or their families.Updated Noviembre 26, 2019