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Generic Lexapro Coming to Stores Near You!

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  1. Well it’s finally here but when I went to get it the generic was the same price as the brand name $95.00 so I took the brand name Lexapro which after reading up on the generic I am glad I did if I read it right they already have lawsuits against them the FDA is questioning them and I’m just not sure I want to be a study patient for them. My pharmacist tried so hard to force the generic on me you would think he was getting the 95.00 in his own pocket he did every thing but make me swallow it trying to get me to buy it. I was told it’s been out for 11 days now. For those of you that need help with paying for your drugs the drug manufacturers and the pharmacies have created a free insurance nation wide called Coast To Coast RX all you have to do is go on that site print out a card it is good for the whole family including pets and you get discounted prices on prescriptions I have them check to see which is cheaper my insurance or that I am on medicare and for 2 years in a row it has stopped me from going into the donut hole by using that card and I have not found a pharmacy yet that doesn’t except it even the old mom and pop ones take it. So I hope this helps some of you but please google lexapro and read about the generic before buying it and check the price because for me it was still $95.00 either way. Good Luck and God Bless To All

  2. I tried it for 1.5 weeks, made me dizzy, gave me a headache, nausea, hot flashes came back, yuck!

  3. Sorry for all of us on lexapro, the generic is the exact same amount you’ve paid before! I was honestly surprised! United health care sucks, it’s still $75 for a 30 day supply. No kidding. Thanks Obama keep it up with everyone getting insurance. This is how they recoup the money. So now I pay the same (which I won’t) so if I end up going postal thank the insurance companies and the government. This is just so wrong. Extremely depressed in NJ

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