Cuprimine Coupon 2019 - Up to 80% Discount

Cuprimine Coupons & Prices

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Cuprimine is a chelating agent used to remove excess build-up of copper in the bloodstream that is caused by an inherited condition called Wilson's disease. There is not a Cuprimine generic drug currently available on the market. The average Cuprimine price is expensive, at an average of $32,064 for 120, 250 mg tablets. However, you can use our free SingleCare drug discount card to save significantly on Cuprimine prices at a participating pharmacy near you.

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How to get the most from your Cuprimine coupon

What is the price of Cuprimine without insurance?

The average Cuprimine capsule prices without insurance can vary greatly, from about between $32,064 and $33,289, depending on the dosage, quantity, and pharmacy location.

Where can I use Singlecare’s Cuprimine coupon?

Use SingleCare’s free Cuprimine savings card at most major pharmacies, including Walgreens and Walmart, for a discount of up to 80% on your prescription. Enter your zip code on the Cuprimine page of our site to see which pharmacies near you accept our Cuprimine savings card.

Is there a generic version of Cuprimine?

Cuprimine is a brand name of penicillamine. A generic version of the drug has not been approved by the FDA. Use our free Cuprimine savings card to lower your Cuprimine cost.

How else can I save on Cuprimine?

There are several ways to save on Cuprimine. There is not a Cuprimine manufacturer coupon available at this time, but Valeant Patient Assistance Program, Patient Access Network Foundation (PAN), and WD Rx Access Program are Patient Assistance Programs that assist patients with access to medications such as Cuprimine at a reduced cost. Contact these programs directly for more information and to determine your eligibility. You can also use our prescription coupons. Our customers typically find that they save more by using our SingleCare savings card.

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Cuprimine


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Consumer Forms Tablet, Capsule

Consumer Routes By mouth

Therapeutic Classes Antirheumatic, Heavy Metal Chelator, Renal-Urologic Agent

Cuprimine is a chelating agent that comes in capsule form. It is recommended for use by patients with Wilson’s disease to remove the excess build up of copper in the bloodstream. This drug may also be used in the treatment of cystinuria, another inherited condition. It works by reducing the high levels of amino acid in the urine which can cause stones in the kidney and bladder. Cuprimine may also be used for the purpose of treating patients with severe rheumatoid arthritis.

Uses
  • Treats Wilson's disease (too much copper in your body) and rheumatoid arthritis. Also helps to prevent kidney stones in people who have cystinuria (too much of the amino acid cystine in your urine).
  • You should not use this medicine if you have ever had an allergic reaction to penicillamine, or if you are breastfeeding. Do not use this medicine if you have had blood problems caused by penicillamine in the past. The medicine should not be used by a pregnant woman unless she is being treated for Wilson€™s disease. You should not use this medicine for rheumatoid arthritis if you also have kidney disease.
Directions
  • Your doctor will tell you how much medicine to use. Do not use more than directed.
  • It is best to take this medicine on an empty stomach, at least 1 hour before eating a meal or 2 hours after eating a meal. Do not eat food or drink milk within 1 hour of the time you take this medicine.
  • Oral routeCarefully follow your doctor's instructions about any special diet. This is especially important for both Wilson€™s disease and cystinuria.
  • For cystinuria, the dose you take at bedtime is the most important dose. You should also drink plenty of water every day. You will probably need to drink at least a pint of fluid at bedtime and another pint sometime during the night. A pint is 16 ounces or 2 cups.
Warnings
  • Make sure your doctor knows if you have kidney disease or problems with your blood. Tell your doctor if you are allergic to penicillin.
  • Call your doctor if you think you have become pregnant while using this medicine. If you have Wilson€™s disease, you and your doctor will need to decide if you should keep using this medicine during the pregnancy. For some women, it is important to keep using the medicine so the mother and baby stay healthy. If you have rheumatoid arthritis or cystinuria, you will need to stop using this medicine.
  • Your doctor will do lab tests at regular visits to check on the effects of this medicine. Keep all appointments. You might also need to have other tests, such as x-rays.
  • For Wilson€™s disease and cystinuria, you might need to use this medicine for one to three months before you notice any improvement. The symptoms of Wilson€™s disease might get worse when you first start using this medicine. If your symptoms get very bad or keep getting worse, tell your doctor.
  • For rheumatoid arthritis, you might still sometimes have flare-ups of arthritis symptoms. If you notice new symptoms, or your symptoms come back or get worse, tell your doctor.
  • Do not stop using this medicine without talking to your doctor first. If you need to start using it again, you are more likely to have an allergic reaction.
  • Your skin might be more fragile while you are using this medicine, especially on your shoulders, elbows, knees, toes, or buttocks. Your skin might also heal more slowly than usual. Talk to your doctor before you have any kind of surgery, because your dose of this medicine might need to be changed.
  • Skin rash, itching, redness (at any time during treatment, or after treatment stops).
  • Trouble breathing, coughing up blood, unexplained cough or wheezing.
  • Unusual bleeding, bruising, or weakness.
Side effects
  • Skin rash, itching, redness (at any time during treatment, or after treatment stops).
  • Allergic reaction: Itching or hives, swelling in your face or hands, swelling or tingling in your mouth or throat, chest tightness, trouble breathing
  • Bloody or cloudy urine.
  • Fever, by itself or with chills or sore throat.
  • Muscle weakness, drooping eyelids, double vision, trouble seeing.
  • Numbness, tingling, or burning pain in your hands, arms, legs, or feet.
  • Scaly, red, or flaky patches on your skin, or skin blisters (especially in your mouth).
  • Trouble breathing, coughing up blood, unexplained cough or wheezing.
  • Skin rash with fever, muscle pain, swollen glands.
  • Unusual bleeding, bruising, or weakness.
  • Unusual muscle pain, or joint pain or swelling.
  • Ringing in your ears.
  • Skin wrinkles, small white spots.
  • Loss of appetite or ability to taste.
  • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain.
  • Sores, swelling, cracks, or white patches on your lips, mouth, or throat.
Avoid
  • Make sure your doctor knows if you are also using a gold compound medicine, such as auranofin, gold sodium thiomalate, Myochrysine®, Ridaura®.
  • Make sure your doctor knows if you are also using phenylbutazone or medicine to treat malaria, such as mefloquine, quinine, quinidine, chloroquine, atovaquone/proguanil, Malarone®, Lariam®, Aralen®, Quinaglute®.
  • Do not take iron supplements within 2 hours of the time that you take penicillamine.
  • Do not take any other medicine at the same time you take penicillamine. Always allow at least 1 hour between the time you take penicillamine and the time you take other medicines.
  • You should not use mineral supplements while you are using penicillamine.
  • Do not stop using this medicine without talking to your doctor first. If you need to start using it again, you are more likely to have an allergic reaction.
  • Your skin might be more fragile while you are using this medicine, especially on your shoulders, elbows, knees, toes, or buttocks. Your skin might also heal more slowly than usual. Talk to your doctor before you have any kind of surgery, because your dose of this medicine might need to be changed.

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