How to buy Azilect (Rasagiline) online?
Azilect can be ordered online through 90daymeds.com or by calling 1-800-828-4489 and speaking to customer support. The chat feature can also be used for support. For more information please visit the “How to Order” page on 90daymeds.com.
Is a prescription required?
Yes, a valid prescription from your doctor is required. Azilect is a prescription medication and can only be sold with a prescription. To process your order, you will need to submit a prescription. The prescription can be emailed ([email protected]), faxed (1-800-416-8019), or uploaded. Alternatively, we can reach out to your doctor to attain a valid prescription if you would like.
What is the maximum amount that can be ordered?
A 3-month supply (90 days) is the maximum amount that can be ordered at one time. Refills are kept on file for future orders. The amount that can be ordered will be based on the directions and quantity indicated on the prescription from your provider.
Is it safe to order from 90-Day Meds?
Absolutely. All our partner pharmacies are fully licensed and certified in their respective countries. We ensure that your shopping experience is safe and secure with our Norton Shopping Guarantee. We operate just like your local pharmacy would, with our main priority being to provide you access to safe and affordable prescription medication.
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How much does Azilect (Rasagiline) cost?
Above shows the price comparison of brand and generic Azilect 1mg between the average U.S. retail price and 90-Day Meds price.
At 90DayMeds.com, we make sure to keep drug prices low and you can view the Azilect cost savings below:
We provide brand and generic Azilect 1 mg tablets here at 90-Day Meds. A quantity of 30 tablets of brand Azilect costs $145, which comes out to $4.83 per unit. A quantity of 30 tablets of generic Azilect (Rasagiline) costs $218, which comes out to $7.27 per unit.
What is the lowest price of Azilect per unit?
Lowest Price Per Unit: $4.17/unit for Azilect 1mg tablets at a quantity of 90 tablets
Is this price for Azilect without insurance?
The above listed low prices are without insurance. Unfortunately, we cannot accept insurance. However we will give you an official receipt in case it can qualify for a reimbursement from your insurer. We are also unable to adjudicate with U.S. insurance providers.
Why is Azilect cheaper from Canada than the United States?
Prices of medications ordered from Canada are internally controlled and regulated by their respective government. This differs from the US as it is a free market economy and pharmaceutical suppliers can charge what they deem a product is worth. As a result, we can offer lower prices to our patients as we source medications from these countries.
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Is there a lower cost generic Azilect available?
Azilect is available as a lower cost generic known as Rasagiline.
How much cheaper is the generic Azilect?
The lowest price of Rasagiline per unit is $0.66/unit for the 0.5mg tablets at a quantity of 200 tablets.
What is the difference between brand and generic Azilect?
The manufacturer of the brand Azilect is Teva Neuroscience Inc. based out of Canada and the manufacturer of generic Rasagiline is Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Inc. out of India. Both are considered therapeutically equivalent.
Is shipping available to the United States?
Yes we ship all across USA. An email notification will be sent to you once the item has been shipped. There are no shipping charges.
Is express shipping available?
If a product of Canada is available then express shipping can be selected with an estimated delivery time of 3-5 business days. You have the option at the checkout page to select the express shipping option ($25) if available for that medication source.
How much does shipping cost?
Standard shipping is free with 90daymeds.com.
How to refill a prescription?
Refilling your prescription is made easy with 90-Day Meds. You can sign into your online account and view your previous orders and see which prescriptions we have on file. Placing a refill order online is made simple by accessing the reorder section in your account.
You can also call us at 1-800-416-8019 and speak to customer support to place a refill. Our live chat is also a great place to connect with us to place a refill order while you are on the go.
Are prescriptions automatically refilled?
We do not automatically refill prescriptions as there can be cases where you are no longer taking the medication, your doctor has changed your dose, etc. However, we provide a friendly refill reminder service. We will kindly notify you by phone or email as to the best time to place a refill order based on your prescription history.
What is Azilect?
Azilect is a prescription medication that is classified as an MAO type B (MAO-B) inhibitor and an anti-Parkinson agent.
What is Azilect used for?
It is used for the treatment of Parkinson disease.
How does it work?
By inhibiting MAO-B, dopamine levels are increased which is presumed to be associated with the beneficial effects seen in patients with Parkinson’s disease.
How to take Azilect?
Azilect should be taken by mouth without regard to meals.
What dosages are available?
Azilect comes as a brand or generic 0.5 mg or 1mg tablet.
What is the recommended dosage?
As monotherapy/adjunct without levodopa for Parkinson’s 1mg once daily is recommended. For adjunct with levodopa, 0.5 mg once daily is recommended with a potential increase to 1mg daily.
What is the maximum dosage?
Max. dosage is 1mg once daily.
What if I miss a dose?
Take your dose of Azilect as soon as possible, but if it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and return to your normal dosing schedule. Never double doses.
What should you know before you take Azilect?
Caution in patients with mild hepatic impairment; a dose reduction is recommended. Avoid use of Azilect in patients with moderate to severe hepatic impairment.
Dyskinesia, exacerbation of any preexisting dyskinesia, or increased dopaminergic side effects can occur when taking Azilect as an adjunct to levodopa.
Monitor for any new or worsening mental status/behavioral changes when on Azilect. Symptoms can be severe, including delirium, agitation, aggressive behavior, paranoid ideation, delusions, hallucinations, disorientation, psychotic-like behavior, or confusion. If any of these symptoms develop, consider a dose reduction or stopping the medication.
Azilect and any other dopaminergic agents used for the treatment of Parkinson disease have been associated with compulsive behaviors and/or loss of impulse control.
Azilect can cause an exacerbation of hypertension. Blood pressure should be monitored for new onset hypertension or hypertension that is not adequately controlled after starting Azilect.
Risk of melanoma may be increased with Azilect, although an increased risk has been associated with Parkinson disease itself. Patients should have regular/frequent skin checks.
Avoid use (recommended) in patients with major psychotic disorders due to risk of exacerbating psychosis.
Serotonin syndrome (SS) has been reported with concomitant use of antidepressants (e.g., SNRI, SSRI, tetracyclic, TCA, and triazolopyridine antidepressants), MAO inhibitors, meperidine, methadone, tramadol, and propoxyphene.
What are the side effects of Azilect?
The most common side effects include:
- Dyspepsia, gastroenteritis
- Depression, falling
- Flu-like symptoms, rhinitis
Speak to your doctor for a full list of side effects that apply to you if you are taking Azilect.
Does this medication interact with other drugs, foods, or alcohol?
Avoid use with abametapir, alcohol (ethyl), alpha-/beta- agonists (indirect acting), alpha-1-agonists, amphetamines, apraclonidine, atropine, bezafibrate, buprenorphine, bupropion, carbamazepine [concurrent or within 14 days of stopping], codeine, cyclobenzaprine, cyproheptadine, dexmethylphenidate, dextromethorphan, dihydrocodeine, diphenoxylate, epinephrine, fenfluramine, fentanyl, heroin, hydromorphone, iobenguane radiopharmaceutical products, isometheptene, linezolid, maprotiline, meptazinol, methadone, methylene blue, methylphenidate, metoclopramide, and type B MAO inhibitors (Risk Category X). This is not a full list of all the medications that should be avoided.
This is not a full list of potential drug-drug-interactions. Speak to your doctor if you have any concerns about drug-drug-interactions.
How should this medication be stored?
Azilect should be stored at 25°C (77°F). Excursions are permitted to be stored at 15°-30°C (59°-86°F).
- Azilect can be taken with or without food.
- You can experience a hypertensive crisis or “cheese reaction” if you take this medication and consume tyramine-rich foods (e.g., aged cheese, red wine, fermented meats, etc.)
- If you experience a hypertensive crisis, you require immediate medical attention as it is very serious.
What does Azilect do for Parkinson Disease?
Azilect causes an inhibition of dopamine depletion which decreases the symptomatic motor deficits of Parkinson Disease.
Is Rasagiline the same as Azilect?
Yes. Azilect is the brand name version of rasagiline.
Does Azilect stop tremors?
Azilect is used to treat the symptoms of Parkinson Disease, including tremors.
Is Azilect an antidepressant?
No. Azilect is a MAO type B inhibitor and anti-Parkinson Agent.
Is Azilect a dopamine agonist?
No. Azilect is a MAO type B inhibitor.