Truvada Coupons and Discounts
Truvada is a prescription medication that helps patients 12 years of age or older prevent the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) when taken alone and helps treat the HIV virus when taken in combination with other medications. Available in a tablet formulation, the average cost for Truvada 200mg/30mg is around $1,400 for a bottle containing 30 tablets. If you are prescribed this HIV prevention medication by your doctor but cannot afford the high cost, a copay card or coupon for Truvada can reduce the price by up to 75%. To learn more about Truvada and the savings offers available on our site, keep reading.
Truvada Manufacturer Coupon
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Description: Pharmaceutical companies sometimes create medication access programs or coupons that provide discounts to patients who cannot afford their prescription medications. Currently there is a medication access program from Gilead Sciences that can reduce the total cost of Truvada if the patient’s insurance copay is high or the patient is uninsured. This Truvada copay card can be redeemed by clicking ‘View Manufacturer Coupon’ on our site and clicking on the link under the ‘If You Have Insurance’ section. On the Gilead Advancing Access site click ‘Enroll Now’, and fill out the patient information form to receive the manufacturer coupon offer for Truvada.
Truvada Internet Drug Coupon
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- Discount program for drugs similar to how the AAA card gets you discounts on motel rooms.
- Ideal for people with no drug coverage, self-employed, donut hole seniors.
- Accepted at all the big chains (Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, Etc.) and most independent pharmacies. Not to be combined with insurance, great for drugs not covered by your plan.
In addition to the savings from Gilead Sciences, we offer our own pharmacy savings coupon for Truvada that can save patients anywhere from 20-75%. This discount offer is accepted at most major pharmacies, and can be redeemed by simply presenting it at the pharmacy counter every time you fill your Truvada prescription. To access this discount, click ‘Print Coupon’, ‘Email Coupon’, or ‘SMS (Text) Coupon’ on our site.
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If you would prefer to receive a discount coupon card for Truvada instead, click ‘Free Rx Card’ or ‘Get Card in Mail’ and fill out the patient information form on our site. This discount card can be used just like our other coupon by simply presenting it to your pharmacist to receive a discount of up to 75%.
Read information about Truvada below to learn about its common uses. If you have questions about this medicine, please
consult with your doctor or pharmacist and be sure to inform them of all the medications you are currently taking.
Truvada is a prescription medication that helps patients 12 years of age or older prevent the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) when taken alone, and helps treat HIV when taken in combination with other medications. When taken once daily, Truvada can provide HIV negative patients with up to 90% protection from the virus. Individuals with the HIV-1 virus can also take Truvada in combination with other medications like Kaletra as part of a complete HIV-1 treatment plan. The active ingredients in Truvada, emtricitabine and tenofovir, are nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs) that work by blocking the reverse transcriptase HIV enzyme and preventing the virus from multiplying in the body if an HIV-negative person is infected. Truvada can only protect individuals from HIV if it is taken every single day, and it takes roughly 10 days for patients to achieve protection against HIV. It is important to note that Truvada is not a cure for HIV and should not be assumed to completely prevent the spread of infection. Talk to your doctor to determine if Truvada is right for your clinical profile and HIV risk factors.
Truvada Side Effects:
Some of the most common side effects patients taking Truvada experience include diarrhea, nausea, tiredness, headache, dizziness, depression, problems sleeping, abnormal dreams, and rash. Some of the more serious side effects of Truvada include lactic acidosis or the buildup or lactic acid in the blood that may cause symptoms like abnormal heart rate, rapid breathing, yellowing of the skin, and fatigue. Truvada also causes changes in body fat and can reduce bone mineral changes in patients. To avoid these possible adverse effects, take Truvada as directed by your doctor.
Truvada Generics & Similar Drugs
Truvada Generics & Similar Drugs:
The FDA has not approved a generic equivalent to Truvada that can prevent HIV-1 virus in negative patients. Individuals who are infected with the HIV-1 virus can take Atripla as a complete HIV treatment that prevents the development of AIDS. Talk to your doctor to determine if Truvada is right for your clinical profile.