If you’re trying to save money in these sorry economic times, one way to do it may be to consult with your doctor on switching to common generic medications available at low prices via Walmart Pharmacy. Often newer medications don’t work much better than older ones, yet they usually carry higher prices and sometimes unknown long-term side effects. Click on the Walmart $4 Prescription Program  for more information.
Print out a copy of the $4 generic prescription medicines list  and take it to your doctor visits for your doctor to consult if you need refills or new prescriptions. Doctors are often not particularly conscious of how much medications cost, so this could help you save a lot of money if a low-cost generic can be used rather than a newer name-brand drug. Also ask your doctor about writing prescriptions for 90 days rather than 30 days. This may help you save a little additional money as many prescriptions are available for $10 for 90 days, thus saving you about another $8 per year.
Some of the most widely used generic medications available on this program include Glyburide  and Metformin  used widely by people with pre-diabetes and diabetes, Lovastatin  and Pravastatin  which are used for lowering LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, and Amitriptyline  and Citalopram  and Trazodone  which are commonly used as antidepressants.
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