Brisdelle Savings Guide
Brisdelle (paroxetine) is generally prescribed to treat menopausal hot flashes and clinical depression. Depression is a complicated mental illness related to a variety of issues, usually having to do with the amount of neurotransmitters (chemicals that allow nerves to communicate) present in the brain. Brisdelle is Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI) and works by helping to regulate the given amount of serotonin (neurotransmitter) present within the brain.
There is currently no generic available for Brisdelle. A 30-day supply of Brisdelle can cost as much as $200 for uninsured patients. Patients with insurance still must contend with monthly co-pays, and Brisdelle is usually prescribed over a long period of time. The costs add up quickly.
Patients can begin saving on prescription costs by printing a Brisdelle coupon to use at the pharmacy. While online, customers can also take advantage of the comparison shopping tools. Just plug in your zip code for a quick listing of the various drug prices in your area.
Manufacturer Coupons for Brisdelle
Sebela Pharmaceuticals, the makers of Brisdelle, offer additional coupons for this medication. A savings card can lower co-pays to as little as $25 for a 90-day supply, for those who qualify. Patients must go online and sign up for the My Brisdelle Support Program. There is also a mail-in rebate offer; patients simply download the form, fill it out, and send it in. Customers can also contact Sebela directly with any questions. 1-888-246-1207
Patient Assistance Programs for Brisdelle
Sebela Pharmaceuticals may offer additional assistance paying for Brisdelle. It is always a good idea to contact drug companies to inquire further. Go online, or call them directly. 1-844-SEBELA1
Manufacturer discount programs are unavailable to Medicare and Medicaid recipients; however, those on government health programs may still qualify for additional governmental assistance on the costs of their prescriptions. The program provides for up to $4,000 worth of assistance over 12 months. Patients can check out the SSA’s Extra Help Program online to see if they qualify.