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Cisipride least expensive place?

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My 8 yr old cat has idiopathic megacolon and needs to take Cisipride 3xday. Where can I shop for the least expensive compound? Local Vet pharmacy wants to charge $50 for 10day supply which is outrageous.

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  • Sandy NenningerSandy Nenninger PlainvilleMember Posts: 1,975
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    If you are in the US, you could check into Roadrunner Pharmacy in Phoenix, AZ. My vet called in the RX for my cats because I needed more of the medicine than they could provide. One cat had Giardia so I had to treat all 5 and I needed a huge bottle of the suspension. They ship overnight by Fedex, included in the price and you save money on the markup that the vet would charge. http://www.roadrunnerpharmacy.com/ Your vet will have to call it in, but they should be willing to do that.
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