Osphena Coupons and Discounts
Osphena is a non-estrogen hormone prescribed to menopausal women to reverse certain symptoms of menopause that affect vaginal tissue. Because it affects important hormones, the retail cost of Osphena can be pricey - about $200 per month. However, we offer a coupon for Osphena as well as a discount card that can help you save as much as 75% on your prescription. For more information on our offers, how Osphena works, or a potential manufacturer coupon, see the sections below.
Osphena Manufacturer Coupon
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Description: Shionogi Inc., the manufacturer, does not have a coupon for Osphena, but does offer a discount card. It provides two different ways to save on the price of Osphena: one that helps you save on 30-day prescriptions ($100 off the first and fourth time you fill, and $75 off each other time), and one that saves on 90-day prescriptions ($180 off). Both options will help save for 6 months’ worth of medication. Eligibility and other restrictions apply.
Osphena Internet Drug Coupon
Save up to 75% Retail Price
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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.
To help with the cost of your Osphena prescription, we offer a coupon that will help you save as much as 75% and can be used more than once at most major U.S. pharmacies. Click on Claim Your Coupon, then select how you'd like to utilize it: by printing it out, or by receiving it as an email or text message (SMS). Present the coupon to your pharmacist when you drop off the prescription, and the discount will be applied at checkout.
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Internet Drug Coupons also offers a discount card that can save on Osphena prescriptions (75% like the coupon). However, this durable, plastic card can be used to save on more than just the price of Osphena; it can be used on thousands of other prescription medications as well. Click Get it now in the margin, then enter some simple personal information. We'll mail the card out to you immediately, and you can start using it as soon as you receive it. Present it to the pharmacist like you would a copay card, and the discount should be applied at checkout.
Read information about Osphena 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.
While Osphena is not estrogen, it is an estrogen agonist which supplements a woman's depleting estrogen due to menopause in order to treat painful intercourse due to vaginal and vulvar atrophy. It is taken as 1 tablet by mouth every day with food for a short period of time. Do not take this medication for longer than instructed.
Osphena Side Effects:
Taking Osphena increases your risk of a pre-cancerous condition called endometrial hyperplasia. Tell your doctor if you experience any abnormal or severe vaginal bleeding. Other severe side effects may require immediate medical attention. These include: hives, swelling in your face or lips, swelling in your tongue or throat, pain or swelling in one or both legs especially with redness or warmth, sudden weakness especially on one side of the body, sudden and severe headache, problems with balance or coordination, vision problems, slurred speech, difficulty breathing, sudden cough, coughing up blood, wheezing or rapid breathing, chest pain. Common side effects include muscle spasms, hot flashes or increased sweating, and vaginal discharge.
Osphena Generics & Similar Drugs
Osphena Generics & Similar Drugs:
At this time, the generic form of Osphena -- ospemifene -- is not available on the market, and there are no other brand name options. While there are some similar medications on the market, they are not indicated to treat dyspareunia.