Prolensa Coupons and Discounts
Prolensa is a liquid eye medication used to make a person more comfortable after eye surgery, especially cataract surgery. Dosing is usually one or two drops per effected eye daily. Despite a generic and competitor drug being on the market, the cost for Prolensa remains high due to being a special-purpose medication. To help with the price of Prolensa, we offer a coupon, discount card, and information about potential manufacturer deals on Prolensa, like a coupon, rebate, or discount card. To find out more, read the sections below.
Prolensa Manufacturer Coupon
Bausch + Lomb, the manufacturer, does not offer a Prolensa coupon at this time. However, the company does offer a copay card. The cost of Prolensa prescriptions can be discounted as much as $105 per fill for insured patients, or as much as $195 per fill when patients pay out of pocket. Restrictions and limitations apply, so follow our link above for full terms and conditions and to sign up for a Prolensa copay card.
Prolensa 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.
Our coupon for Prolensa will help you save as much as 75% at most major pharmacies in the U.S. Just click Claim Your Coupon near the top of the page, the select how you'd like to use 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 your prescription and you should see the discounted price for Prolensa at checkout. In most cases, the coupon can also be used more than once.
3. Prolensa Discount Card
Our discount card also saves 75% on Prolensa at most major pharmacies in the U.S. However, unlike the coupon, our copay card will also help you save money on thousands of other prescription medications as well. (Discounts will vary by brand.) To receive your own durable, plastic copay card, click Get it now or the image of the card in the margin, then fill out some basic personal information. We'll mail the card out to you right away, and once you receive it, you can begin using it right away. Simply present the card to your pharmacist when you drop off your prescriptions, and the discounts should be available at checkout.
Read information about Prolensa 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.
Prolensa is a prescription eye-drop medication used to sooth the swelling and pain after eye surgery. Only use the number of drops prescribed by your doctor, waiting at least 5 minutes between drops and at least 10 minutes before using any other eye drops or putting in contact lenses. Prolensa is a non-steroidal NSAID which works by preventing certain naturally occurring substances responsible for inflammation and swelling.
Prolensa Side Effects:
Some side effects can be quite severe and need your doctor's attention, or even emergency medical attention. These include: allergic reaction (difficulty breathing, hives, swelling especially in the face, swelling in the lips, tongue, or throat), severe eye discomfort or pain, increased tears or unusually watery eyes especially with unusual crusting, abnormal swelling or redness, bleeding in or from the eyes, abnormally slow healing, changes in vision. Common side effects include feeling like something is in your eye or other mild irritations, increased light sensitivity, "floaters" or flashes of light at the edges of your vision, and mild headache.
Prolensa Generics & Similar Drugs
Prolensa Generics & Similar Drugs:
The generic form of Prolensa, bromfenac ophthalmic, is available is some areas. There is another brand that uses bromfenac, Bromday, as well as one discontinued medication, Xibrom.