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QuickRx’s Pennsaid copay assistance program is 100% FREE- forever. Our only goal is to keep money in your pocket.
Pennsaid (Diclofenac Sodium) is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is administered topically as a solution. Unlike traditional oral NSAIDs, which are typically taken in pill form, Pennsaid is applied directly to the skin at the site of pain.
The recommended dosage of Pennsaid for osteoarthritis typically involves applying 40 drops (2 mL) of gel to the affected knee four times a day. However, it’s essential to follow your healthcare provider’s specific instructions, as dosages can vary based on individual factors.
Common Side Effects:
Serious Side Effects (Rare):
This list is not exhaustive, and other side effects may occur. If you experience any unusual or severe side effects while using Pennsaid, it is important to seek immediate medical attention.
We believe that high deductibles and copays shouldn’t prevent anyone from receiving the medications they need. That’s why at QuickRx, we help patients register with various public non-profit foundations and drug manufacturer programs to reduce the copays and out-of-pocket costs for the medication.
Here are the ways to apply for the program:
Yes, there are potential drug interactions to be aware of when using Pennsaid. It’s crucial to inform your healthcare provider about all medications, including over-the-counter drugs and supplements, to ensure safe usage. Pennsaid may interact with certain medications, including other NSAIDs, blood thinners, and certain antihypertensive drugs, potentially increasing the risk of side effects or complications. The best thing you can do for your safety is to get all of your prescriptions and supplements from the same pharmacy and inform your doctor of everything else you are currently taking.
Pennsaid comes as a gel form dispensed from a pump bottle and is applied topically.
Use our calculator above to see the price of Pennsaid before insurance coverage or discounts. This is also known as the “cash price.” Your final total will depend on a few factors such as your personal health insurance plan, deductible, and eligibility for the Pennsaid Copay Assistance Program.