Talking With Your Doctor
Your doctor can help you create a treatment plan, which may include taking a medication like AGGRENOX
Once you've had a TIA (transient ischemic attack or "mini-stroke") or stroke due to a blood clot, you have an increased risk of a future stroke. So it's vital to work with your doctor to manage your stroke risk factors.
Finding out how to manage your risk starts when you talk openly with your doctor. Be sure to discuss any health issues, questions, or concerns you may have. The treatment plan you create with your doctor should address a wide range of risk factors. Your plan may include diet, exercise, blood pressure, cholesterol, and other conditions you may have, such as diabetes or heart disease.
Your doctor may also prescribe AGGRENOX to help reduce your risk of a future stroke. AGGRENOX works to make small cells called platelets in the blood less sticky. This makes it less likely that those platelets will clump together and form a clot that can block blood flow to the brain—the cause of 87% of strokes.
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Before you go to your next doctor appointment, make sure to take time to prepare. Our personalized doctor discussion guide can help. You can create your own guide to help capture all of your questions and get the conversation started. Personalize your discussion guide now
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Door to Door Terms and Conditions
Patients must have a valid prescription for AGGRENOX.
By enrolling, I elect to receive the branded product and acknowledge that no generic substitution will be offered (if applicable). Should I wish to receive a generic product in the future, I will call 1-855-892-3438 to opt out of this program.
Patients without insurance restrictions and co-pays of $100 or less will pay a $0 co-pay for a one-month supply of AGGRENOX. For patients whose co-pay is between $100 and $135, they will pay that amount minus the maximum savings benefit of $100 per month. No one will pay more than $35. Patients with insurance restrictions or co-pays of more than $135, they will not be processed through insurance and will pay $35 for a one-month supply (60 capsules) of AGGRENOX.
If you have Medicare Part D, Medicaid or a similar state or federally funded medical assistance program, you will pay a cash price of $35 for a one-month supply of AGGRENOX. All Medicare Part D orders are processed without the use of insurance and cannot be applied to Part D true out of pocket (TrOOP) costs. Taxes may apply.
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. retains the right to rescind, revoke, or amend this offer at any time without notice.