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Repatha Coupon & Discounts

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Repatha is a new type of cholesterol drug prescribed to treat hard-to-control cholesterol levels, including high cholesterol as a result of familial hypercholesterolemia. Because it is a new drug, the price is high, and it can difficult to afford without patient assistance or a Repatha copay card. The retail pr ... Read more

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Repatha Information:

What is Repatha?

Repatha belongs to a new class of cholesterol medications called PCSK9 inhibitors. These drugs work differently from statins, fibrates and all other cholesterol medications on the market. They work by inhibiting the PCSK9 enzyme from binding to LDL receptors in the liver. When PCSK9 binds to these receptors, the receptor is destroyed and can no longer perform its function of removing LDL particles from the blood. Because the mechanism of action is different, Repatha can be prescribed in conjunction with statins and other cholesterol drugs to obtain maximum control.

How do I take Repatha?

Repatha comes in the form of a solution to be injected under the skin. It is normally prescribed in doses of 140mg injected twice per month, or as 420mg injected once monthly. This 420mg dose is administered in three consecutive injections. Take Repatha injections out of the refrigerator prior to use, and allow them to warm up to room temperature. This should take at least 30 minutes. Repatha should be injected just under the skin of the upper arm, thigh or abdomen. Your pharmacist or doctor will show you how to administer the injection. Always follow your doctor’s instructions.

 

Before taking Repatha, tell your doctor if:

  • You are allergic to any medications or any of the ingredients in Repatha.
  • You are allergic to rubber or latex.
  • You are taking any other prescription or nonprescription drugs, including other cholesterol medications.
  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding.

What are the possible side effects of taking Repatha?

Common Repatha drug side effects include sore throat, runny nose, back pain, and redness, soreness or irritation at the site of injection. If any of these side effects are severe or do not go away, tell your doctor as soon as possible. Also, if you experience any unusual side effects not listed here, tell your doctor immediately.

What if I forget to take a dose of Repatha?

If you miss a dose of Repatha, take the missed dose as soon as you remember as long as there are still seven days remaining before your next dose. If there are seven days or less until your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue on your regular routine.

How do I store Repatha?

Store Repatha in the refrigerator at a temperature between 36 and 46 degrees Fahrenheit. Protect the vials from light and do not allow them to freeze. Throw away any medication that is clouded or has floating particles, or if it has not been used within 30 days. Ask your pharmacist how to properly dispose of any unused medication.

What happens if I overdose on Repatha?

There are no reports available on Repatha overdose. If you think you or someone you know has overdosed on Repatha, call the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222. If the victim is unresponsive or not breathing, call 911.

Warnings

Because Repatha is a new drug, there isn’t much information available on the side effects of long-term use. Be sure to keep all lab appointments and appointments with your doctor to monitor your body’s response.

 

Brand Names

Repatha is a brand name drug. The generic name is evolocumab, but it is not available as a generic. A similar drug is called Praluent, and it is also expensive. Use our coupons or discount card to lower the price of Repatha by as much as 75%.

“The price for my prescription has gone up the past year and paying the out of pocket cost was getting increasingly difficult. Now, through HelpRx I’ve saved hundreds! Thank you HelpRx” - Janet Larsen - Austin, TX

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