Celexa cost without insurance

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562232 tn?1217359268 contact social services and they can put you in contact with health care providers that can help you at little or no cost. I assume you are taking celexa for depression. If you stop taking the celexa the depression will return. good luck to you and let me know how things work out for you.
Avatar f tn Also there is the Patient Assistance Program where the companies that make the prescriptions can provide the medications without cost. This would depend on the specific medication and eligibility factors A psychiatrist or other medical doctor or practitioner would have to fill out the forms. There are clinics where a psychiatrist would have a sliding scale fee. An organization such as NAMI could provide information on where to obtain a referral list.
603543 tn?1255298050 I cant take Effexor xr anymore due to the cost, so the dr is switching me to Celexa, Im very scared about this since the two dont work the same and im deeply depressed right now..Most meds make me sedated since Im so sensitve, I dont want to be like that again, I just got a new job.....
Avatar f tn I can't sleep for very long well and the new is I hurt all over. I guess antidepressants mask pain. To all that wrote, I was without and still without medical coverage. Oregon is crowded for cheap help, so I came to the conclusion to not take these meds. Also, although my dpresssion was better, I have gained weight and had such a lacksadsaical attitude about my bills, I just let them go.
Avatar f tn Nevertheless, things are not going too well right now. My insurance offers limited services, so I am posting on this board with the hope that it will guide me in some direction. I've spent more than 20 years struggling with a terrible and unsustainable constellation of symptoms, and my situation is declining again. I will address my symptoms in a moment, but right now, I am housebound. Luckily, it's summer, but the clock is ticking again.
Avatar n tn does anyone know how to deal with the insurance company. I take Lexapro for anxiety and Celexa is for depression. Im sleepy all day and want to cry all day, im irratable.
808293 tn?1238605783 From there we walked around a little more, then headed to the pharmacy to pick up my new prescription of Lorazepam, which thanks to not having a current insurance card, cost me almost times what it cost me when I had Aetna...yet another fun surprise. Got home, and actually managed to eat some food...3 mini-pizzas and small side salad (no dressing) It sat well, no indegestion/nausea. From there back to the internet...MedHelp Anxiety boards, Facebook...
Avatar f tn I am without health insurance and can no longer afford my effexor. Today I am experienceing very uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. How long will this last? Is there a less expensive generic medication that I could take that would keep me from experiencing this withdrawal?
Avatar n tn I recently was given Wellbutrin for the sexual side effects I was having from the Zoloft (decreased libido). After taking it for 30 days (150mg) a day, I lost my medical insurance and could not afford to pay cash. I had to quit cold turkey. I have been feeling distressed after one week without taking it. I have anger outbursts, crying fits, deep sadness. I am still on the Zoloft (100mg) a day plus I have to take Synthroid for hypothyroid disease.
Avatar m tn I really appreciate the comments. I can get generics for Celexa (Citalopram)..anyone have experience with this one? Zyban (Bupropion, similar to wellbutrin) or Effexor (Veniafaxine)...not leaning towards this one...Of course I would perfer to chose from these 3 do to cost...I did find an interesting article on hepc and AD's http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleId=163101866 please keep the opinions coming..Just feel pretty blaaaa, no motivation, high fatigue, etc..
Avatar f tn This happens because they don't have to take insurance if they can get clients without relying on people searching their insurance providers. But this applies to all psychiatrists, there isn't anything special in this regard to psychopharmacologists. It's not an advanced degree or a different profession, you just do extra study and basically buy the designation from a local certifying organization. But the truth is, psychiatrists aren't expensive really if you only see them for medication.
Avatar f tn I know alot of the problems is cost,I have insurance,but still,anyway i spent 3 times this amount on street drugs,i wore out my prescriptions from all drs.of course,and the subs also beats running around sick trying to find vics,perc,oxy,s ect....It sounds like alot of people are really hard on themselves,trying to fast to get better,I happen to have a great dr thats working with me to get off of sub,s,so i am tapering,tapering.tapering,slow.
Avatar m tn I have been on effexor for a few years and got laid off and lost my insurance, I am on unemployment so cant get medicaid or hudson health and the cost of medical insurance is so high that I cannot afford it, so what is a person to do when they run out of pills and are so sick from the withdrawal that they cant even get off the couch and are outraged that no one wants to be near them.
Avatar f tn 18 vials @ 20,000 units per vial cost $4726.77, the 18 vials = 9 shots at 40,000. units. So the cost over treatment during tx can run between $20,000. and $40,000. Depending on how much and how often given. Some are getting 40,000 units every 5 days. Sorry about that. Hope all is well today.
1135133 tn?1260503795 I’m a Type I who doesn’t have any insurance either and these types of clinics have worked for me—I have received very low cost doctor’s visits and lab work. https://www.pparx.org/FreeClinicFinder.php http://findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov/ Both of these links, once you enter your information, will tell you the nearest free and low cost clinics; there usually are several clinics to choose from. The website www.needymeds.
Avatar f tn Actually, most of the SSRI's are not too expensive - I have no idea about Wellbutrin though. With my insurance a month of Zoloft or Paxil never cost more than $10. In my opinion, the best care should not be compromised for sake of cost (if you can afford it). Wellbutin is definitely known to increase anxiety in a number of people (it is an antidepressant, NOT an anti-anxiety medication) so is probably not the best medication to start out with.
Avatar f tn My appetite is still not there but I can force myself to eat small meals without puking now. I actually cleaned my house yesterday! woohoo! My mood is still up and down. I am on day 5 of Celexa, hoping it kicks in soon. I know it can take weeks though. My predicament is this... My mother comes home from the hospital today. She was the source of my meds.
1134609 tn?1269275800 I have never had any luck when I have been placed on the generic brands of medications. Celexa especially; I was on it for 10 years, tried the generic several times and paid for it. 3. I have also been on Neurontin for the past 10 years. In a past post, I wondered if they decrease in dosage is what was causing me so many problems. However, I am back on the brand name of the medication and there's a HUGE difference between the two.
2126606 tn?1346348724 It’s very important that hyperalgesia be differentiated from chronic pain so doctors are able to properly treat the problem and lessen pain, without causing or escalating physical dependence. Long-term opiate use can hinder or even stop the body's ability to produce natural endorphins, which is why many patients receive relief from pain once their bodies are able to recover this natural function.
Avatar m tn but am actually pretty fine now cause am able to walk around and do my usual work without any bad effects . Please someone enlighten me on my situation. My daily habits are : 6-7 hrs in front of the laptop ( its bad, but i cant avoid it :( ) and usually first meal of the day at 1PM and dinner in the night with snacks in between ( no breakfast and am a vegetarian ) .
Avatar f tn The good thing about the prescription is that it is not expensive. If you get your med's at Wal-mart and have insurance it cost $4.00. Hope this helps you. Good Luck.
Avatar f tn He was 75 a week plus cost of meds. When I didn't have insurance it cost me about 8$ a pill. And he gave me 14 pills a week to take 2 a day. But once my insurance kicked in, the pills were 3.00 total. But neither ever took blood nor did I need to proove I was an addict. I just told them how much I was taking, what I was taking, and for how long. And it was that quick. So if you can go to Suboxone.com and type in your zip code, a list of dr.s that prescribe Sub in your area will pop up.
979080 tn?1323437239 As far as anti-depressants, many here couldn't do tx without them but I did both rounds without. I didn't want to deal with the side effects of an additional set of drugs, especially the impact on sex. I did occasionally take Ativan for the anxiety. Something to weigh and discuss with your doc in advance.
Avatar n tn He should definitely be evaluated (if he has not already been) by a child psychiatrist. It's possible that one of the serotonergic medicines (e.g., Prozac, Celexa) might be useful. Relative to food allergies, some children do display mood and behavior problems that may not be directly attributed to a food or food group, but which may very well be exacerbated by ingestion of certain foods.
Avatar n tn nurse practitioners, which Ive been told are notorious for this because there graded more or something. I gotta suck up the cost and just pay for a real Dr. because this is crazy them not giving a medicine to a person whom needs it.
Avatar m tn Depakote ER - Slight help with anxiety, but needed a very high dose of brand name Depakote ER...even with insurance the cost was not worth the minimal benifit. Seroquel - (misdiagnosed as Bipolar by an Internist) Felt uncomfortably sedated, confused, disoriented, scary for me.
518117 tn?1429279873 I truly love my family. But at what cost to me? I truly feel like I am losing it here the last week. I too am bipolar. And I thought I was in an okay place with it. Over the months there has been so much stress. We lost our home due to the economy and me waiting too long on disability to be processed. We lost our health insurance. I have fought disability for well over 2 years.
Avatar f tn regarding T3's or T4 levels Really feeling I need to either just stop they synthroid and or find a new MD, money of course is a huge issue with no insurance as mentioned before. Has anyone heard of using Prozac to lose weight? Or do they just think I am nuts? I am pretty down about everything, but if I were to go on something like that, I would prefer it be by someone who knows a bit more about me, etc.
Avatar n tn A little insufficiency of the valves is definitely within the heart's ability to withstand without effecting its performance or operation. I have a little mitral regurgitation and can bench press 180 pounds (I weigh 160) and run a mile in about 6 minutes and do intense cardio sessions of at least 40 minutes and I know i've had it for many years. Chances are, you being female, you have some slight amount of mitral regurge and pulmonary insufficiency (PI) and I'm sure you're just fine.