How to buy Eliquis (Apixaban) online?
Eliquis 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. Eliquis 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 Apixaban online 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.
|Average US Retail Price||90-Day Meds Price|
|Eliquis 5mg|| $1721.04
How much does Eliquis (Apixaban) cost?
Eliquis is only available as a brand. Above shows the price comparison between the average U.S. retail price and 90-Day Meds for approximately a 3 month supply of Eliquis 5mg tablets.
What is the lowest price of Eliquis per unit?
Lowest Price Per Unit: $1.83/unit for Eliquis 5 mg at a quantity of 168 tablets.
Is this price for Eliquis without insurance?
The above listed 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 Eliquis cheaper from Canada than from the United States?
Drug prices are regulated in Canada and other countries where source medication from and we pass you the savings. 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 alternative available?
Eliquis is not available as a generic alternative.
How much cheaper is generic Eliquis?
There is currently no generic alternative.
What is the difference between brand and generic Eliquis?
Once available on the market, there will be no difference between generic and brand Eliquis. Generic formulations of medications contain the same active ingredients and meet the same quality, strength, and purity standards as the brand formulation.
Is shipping available to the United States?
Yes. 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 at checkout. The estimated delivery time is 3 to 5 business days.
How much does shipping cost?
There are no shipping charges for standard delivery.
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 Eliquis?
Eliquis is a prescription medication that is classified as a factor Xa inhibitor, direct oral anticoagulant (DOAC).
What is Eliquis used for?
It is used for the treatment of deep vein thrombosis, nonvalvular atrial fibrillation, pulmonary embolism, and postoperative venous thromboprophylaxis following knee or hip replacement surgery.
How does it work?
It binds to the active site of bound and free factor Xa which results in decreased thrombin generation and thrombus formation.
How to take Eliquis?
Take your Eliquis tablet by mouth twice daily with or without meals as prescribed by your doctor.
After knee/hip replacement, you should take your Eliquis 12 to 24 hours after your surgical procedure.
If you are unable to swallow your tablet whole, you may crush the tablet and suspend it in apple juice, D5W, or water (administer immediately).
What dosages are available?
Eliquis is only available as a brand as individual tablets (2.5 mg, 5 mg) or a tablet therapy pack (5 mg; 74 tablets).
What is the recommended dosage?
The following are dosing recommendations for the various indications:
- For stroke reduction in patients with afib: 5mg twice daily
- DVT prophylaxis after knee or hip replacement: 2.5mg twice daily
- Treatment of DVT/PE: 10mg twice a day for 7 days then 5mg twice a day thereafter.
What is the maximum dosage?
5mg twice daily is the max maintenance dose (10mg twice daily for loading regimen for DVT/PE treatment)
What if I miss a dose?
Take the medication as soon as possible if you have missed a dose. If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and return back to your regular schedule. Never double the doses. Taking more than the prescribed dose will significantly increase your risk of bleeding.
What should you know before you take Eliquis?
Eliquis is not recommended in patients with triple-positive antiphospholipid syndrome (APS).
An increased risk of stroke was observed in patients transitioning from Eliquis to warfarin when used to prevent strokes in those with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation.
Caution with moderate hepatic dysfunction. No dose adjustments are provided due to limited clinical experience with this patient population. Use with severe hepatic dysfunction (Child-Pugh class C) is not recommended.
Caution with renal dysfunction. Some experts recommend avoiding use of Eliquis in severe renal dysfunction (CrCl < 25 mL/min, including dialysis) until more robust data is available.
Eliquis is not recommended in patients with prosthetic heart valves as it has not been studied in this patient population.
There is limited data with the use of Eliquis in pregnancy. If planning to become pregnant, you should speak to your doctor as there is a clinical significant risk of uterine bleeding.
Use of Eliquis is not recommended in women who are breastfeeding.
U.S. Boxed Warning:
- Premature discontinuation of any oral anticoagulant increases the risk of a blood clot (thrombotic event).
- If Eliquis is stopped for any other reason besides pathological bleeding, another anticoagulant should be considered to provide coverage.
- Spinal/Epidural Hematoma:
- Spinal or epidural hematomas may occur in those treated with Eliquis who are undergoing spinal puncture or receiving neuraxial anesthesia, which can result in long-term or permanent paralysis.
- Patients should be frequently monitored for signs/symptoms of any neurological impairment. If neurological compromise is detected, urgent treatment is required.
- Weigh the risks vs benefits of Eliquis therapy.
What are the side effects of Eliquis?
Some common side effects include:
Speak to your doctor for a full list of side effects that apply to you if you are taking Eliquis.
Does this medication interact with other drugs, foods, or alcohol?
Avoid use with other anticoagulants, hemin, strong CYP3A4 inducers, mifepristone, omacetaxine, St. John’s Wort, urokinase, and vorapaxar (Risk Category X).
Caution with grapefruit juice as it may increase levels/effects Eliquis. Patients should be cautioned/advised that starting grapefruit juice while on Eliquis can increase the risk of bleeding.
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?
Eliquis should be stored between 20°C – 25°C (68°F-77°F). Excursions are allowed to be between 15°C – 30°C (59°F-86°F).
- When taking Eliquis, you will notice that you may bleed (e.g., from the gums after brushing or nose) and/or bruise more easily and that it may take longer for the bleeding to stop. Get help immediately if:
- The bleeding does not stop or is severe.
- You are vomiting up blood or if your vomit looks like coffee grounds.
- Pink/red/brown urine or red/black tarry stools
- Unexpected bleeding, unexpected pain, swelling, or joint pain.
- Any headaches, dizziness, or weakness.
- Do not stop your medication without speaking to your doctor that prescribed the Eliquis for you.
- Grapefruit juice may increase the risk of bleeding with Eliquis, so monitor for any signs of bleeding.
Is Eliquis a blood thinner?
Yes. Eliquis works by preventing/reducing blood clots from occurring.
What is Eliquis?
Eliquis is a prescription medication that is used to prevent stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation, reduce the risk of clot formation in the lungs/legs in those who recently had knee or hip surgery, for the treatment of blood clots in your legs or lungs, and prevent them from occurring again.
Is apixaban the same as Eliquis?
Yes. Eliquis is the brand name version of apixaban. Currently, only the brand name version is available.
Is Eliquis an anticoagulant or antiplatelet?
Eliquis is an anticoagulant.
Can I drink coffee while taking Eliquis?
Yes. There are no indications stating otherwise.