View Full Version : Prices on Neurontin
04-10-2004, 03:31 PM
Hi, does anyone take the generic Neurontin? I think I seen on here it is called something that starts with a G........can someone give a general idea about the cost of this generic drug. I am going to need to buy some shortly and just wanted a idea on price.
Also do you guys always get all your medicines at one Pharmacy so they can catch if you are taking something and then the doctor would give you a script and it would interfer with one of your other medicines?
I always worry about taking too much of a mixture, so I stay with the local pharmacy, but then the price seems quite high for some of the drugs.
I pray we soon find a cure for this so we can live normal lives without pain, but it seems there is always someone who is worse off then I.
Take care, and God Bless.
04-10-2004, 11:08 PM
I looked it up and the generic is called Gabapentin
Good Luck michelle
04-11-2004, 03:59 PM
Thanks for the site, I checked it out, the prices are really high. I think I will be sending to Canada for that.
I took Donna's advice and they have some wonderful prices for their medicine, it is much cheaper in Canada.
I got my Premarin 100 pills for less than I pay for a months supply here in the states. Boy someone sure is making a profit on the drugs.
Thanks again and good luck to all.
04-12-2004, 09:44 AM
What I will do when I can get some meds cheaper from a different pharmacy is tell my local farmacist about those meds as well. She has caught my doc giving me something that an Epileptic shouldn't take. It is good to have that other person looking out for you too. Still...with the huge ammount of meds I am on...sometimes we have to get some of the meds cheaper.
When I tried Gabapentin I remember not liking it as much...have no idea why though..don't remember that detail lol.
04-17-2004, 01:10 PM
You asked about using the same pharamcy... I had to sign a pain contract at the pain clinic I go to and one of the conditions is to only use the same pharmacy for all prescriptions. But, I had always used the same one for 5 years or longer now and my pharmacist has caught one or two meds I was prescribed that i was allergic to, so I think its good that you have a good pharamcy that can catch things like this.
04-17-2004, 01:24 PM
i'm also on a pain contract and only use one drug store its the same drug store my mother used when i was a child so they no all my drugs I can't take.
I do how ever understand getting your medicine somewhere else because of cost.
sending you hugs and prayers
04-20-2004, 03:54 PM
If I am not mistaken I may have signed that paper also, but the only drug I ever got from Canada was Premarin which I have always got from my local Pharmacy up until I found out that I can get 100 pills cheaper than I can get 30 for from my local pharmacy. Now if it were a new medicine I would go to my local parmacy because of the fact that they know all my information on all my allergies and beleive me there are many. I will check things out with my pain doctor when I go in June to get filled.
Thanks for all your answers it is always good to hear how other feel and handle things.
Take care and God Bless.
04-20-2004, 05:30 PM
The Canada pharmacy my husband and I use does not sell narcotic medications across the border. We do get other meds from them, however. They have a list of all of our medications and one time when there was a conflict, there was a note with the prescription noting the potential problem.
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