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    Default MEDICATION PRICES OF 2 MEDICATIONS - gyneacological

    My Girlfriend claims her specialist wants her to take


    prolactolina
    / cabercoline .5mg tablet size. In a box is 4 tablets and to take 1 tablet 3 * a week. Cost 2500 peso per 4 tablets

    . second medication;

    flora flex 21 tablets (ethinylestradiol and cyproterone acetate 0.035mg/2mg) , 1 tablet every day
    , price 3500 peso

    . She has been told to take these medications forever (or until she has had her children) QUESTIONS; 1/ are these prices correct 2/ are generic medications available for these medications, cost
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    . If you are able to help when you provide information the amount of tablets in a similar format to the above details would be very helpful. I can then do the necessary math So can do the math, comparing the generic to the name brand. I think this may cost me now per month for the prolactina = 5800rd plus flora flex 5000 peso for a full 30 day period more or less

    . Can someone help?

    (she is a Doctor, and in her first year of work, working for free/unpaid la pasaje /12months? she has no insurance and no money);
    Last edited by rogerramjet1; 03-18-2017 at 12:54 AM.

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    Do the homework on these meds. This woman does not NEED this medication. She's a doctor as well? Sounds like she's taking you for a ride. A ride for her new Yipeta, which you won't be riding in. Sad, but true. If I am wrong, private message me.

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    As SPG stated, do the homework on the meds...eye-opening it will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2dlight View Post
    As SPG stated, do the homework on the meds...eye-opening it will be.


    can you shed some light please. I know one is a contraceptive....which is why im enquiring more so. If you give me a brief heads up and ill delve deeper
    thanks

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    why would a woman need a prolactin med. that doesnt make sense to me. Bro are you sure youre not being hustled here? What is her medical condition that she is claiming?

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    Bro...wake up!

    What is Dianette used for?

    Severe acne in women that has not responded to treatment with oral antibiotics.
    Abnormal hair growth in women as a result of excessive production of male sex hormones (hirsutism).
    This medicine will also provide contraception for women taking it for acne or hirsutism, but it should not be used solely as a contraceptive.

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    Ive been researching this and you may not be going for a ride at all. It seems like from the drugs you listed she has ovulation issues. Which would explain why she wants a drug for hair growth and to control prolactin.

    For example although the drugs you listed arent mentioned similar ones are:
    http://www.advancedfertility.com/inducovu.htm

    But they are much cheaper drugs to help her with that condition.

    Good luck to you both.

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    she was diagnosed with pelivic inflammatory disease. He prolactin is very high. I should have said this at the start. She claims these medicines will preserve the function of her ovaries as they were damaged by the PID. If she doesnt take the medication she will lose the ability to have children

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogerramjet1 View Post
    she was diagnosed with pelivic inflammatory disease. He prolactin is very high. I should have said this at the start. She claims these medicines will preserve the function of her ovaries as they were damaged by the PID. If she doesnt take the medication she will lose the ability to have children
    I dont know Bro. PID has nothing to do with prolactin and can be cured with simple antibiotics. But maybe things are bad for her if she was living with that condition for a long time untreated. But I digress I'm not a woman so ill let the ladies chime in.

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    she was diagnosed with pelivic inflammatory disease. He prolactin is very high. I should have said this at the start. She claims these medicines will preserve the function of her ovaries as they were damaged by the PID. If she doesnt take the medication she will lose the ability to have children

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