Zirgan Coupons and Discounts
Zirgan is an eye medication used to treat symptoms associated with CMV or herpes simplex infections. It's recommended to be applied as 1 drop to the affected eye 5 times per day, 3 hours apart for main treatment, and 3 times per day for 7 days as follow up treatment. As an antiviral, the cost of Zirgan is expensive – typically upwards of $300 per 5g bottle. Fortunately, we offer a free coupon and discount card for Zirgan to reduce the price by as much as 59%. To learn more about our offers, a manufacturer coupon or rebate, or Zirgan itself, please see the sections below.
Zirgan Manufacturer Coupon
Unfortunately, Bausch & Lomb, the manufacturer, doesn't offer a coupon for Zirgan at this time. Check this page often, because as soon as a coupon or rebate becomes available for Zirgan, we'll update our site to include pertinent details and a link to the appropriate manufacturer web page.
Zirgan Internet Drug Coupon
Save up to 59% 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.
We offer a free coupon for Zirgan that discounts the price by as much as 59% at most major pharmacies in the U.S., and it can even be used more than once. To get one, click ‘Claim Your Coupon’ near the top of the page, and then select how you'd like to get it: by printing it out, or by receiving it as an email or text message (SMS). Present the coupon to your pharmacist, and the discounted cost will be reflected at checkout.
We also offer a discount card that helps reduce the cost of Zirgan. However, unlike the coupon, you can use it to save as much as 75% on thousands of other prescription medications as well. To get your own durable plastic card, simply click ‘Get it now’ or the image of the card in the margin. Enter some basic personal information, and we'll mail the card to you right away. You can begin using it as soon as you receive it -- just present the card to your pharmacist when you drop off your prescriptions and the discount will be reflected at checkout.
Read information about Zirgan 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.
Zirgan is an antiviral ophthalmic gel used to treat the corneal ulcers associated with the herpes simplex virus, or to slow the spread of the cytomegalovirus (CMV).
Remember not to let the dropper touch surfaces, including your eyes and hands, as this type of contact may spread the infection or cause a new or worsened infection.
Zirgan Side Effects:
Common side effects for this medication include mild eye irritation and tearing or blurry vision. Some rarer side effects can be severe and require immediate medical attention, including: allergic reaction (difficulty breathing, hives, swelling in the face or lips, swelling in the tongue or throat), severe burning or itching especially immediately after using the medication, vision problems including new or increased sensitivity to light or tunnel vision, seeing floaters or flashes of light, seeing halos around lights, problems with or loss of peripheral vision, sudden loss of sight, eye pain and swelling with redness and watering, bleeding or oozing with crustiness in the eyes, white patches on your eyes, or cloudiness in the pupils or irises of your eyes.
Zirgan Generics & Similar Drugs
Zirgan Generics & Similar Drugs:
While a generic (ganciclovir ophthalmic) isn't currently available, there is an alternate brand -- Vitrasert. There is also a closely related drug that is used for the treatment of genital herpes -- Zovirax (acyclovir). Be sure you receive the correct prescription when you pick up Zirgan, and remember to bring your coupon or discount card with you when you go to the pharmacy.