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Posted September 30, 2022 by CyberGen Admin - See Editorial Guidelines

Is your Wixela Inhub medication too expensive?

The average retail price for Wixela Inhub costs around $320 for a one-month supply. The price you pay will vary depending on your insurance coverage and the pharmacy you visit.

Wixela Inhub coupons may also be available to many patients. However, even with a Wixela Inhub coupon, you may still be paying too much.

Patients can get their Wixela Inhub medication through Prescription Hope for the set service fee of $50 a month. Although Prescription Hope is not a Wixela Inhub coupon, individuals looking for a Wixela Inhub coupon can save more money through Prescription Hope!

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Here’s the Wixela Inhub cost comparison chart for a one month supply:

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The four options you have to save money on Wixela Inhub

There are four main ways to save money on out-of-pocket costs when it comes to prescription medication.

  1. Join a healthcare plan with prescription drug coverage (Please make sure the medication you are taking is in the insurance formulary.)
  2. Prescription drug discount cards
  3. Coupon cards that are directly for the pharmaceutical manufacturer
  4. Patient assistance programs, which are also directly from the pharmaceutical manufacturer

Now that we have given you the four main medication savings programs, there are a few hurdles to go over in each of those areas. We will be quick about this…

When you join a health insurance program, you will have high deductibles, copays, and things of that nature.

When you have prescription drug discount cards, the discounts are uneven all across the board.

Coupons sponsored directly from the pharmaceutical manufacturer specifically for brand-name medications are excellent in the short run. For the long term, there is a lot of money still left out of your pocket…

Last are the pharmaceutical manufacturer’s patient assistance programs that give away FREE medication to individuals who qualify, which provides unmatched medication savings for the long term.

The downside to patient assistance programs is that the first shipment of medication takes, on average, 4-6 weeks to reach the patient. Also, managing medication orders and refills can be a daunting task, especially with the shipping times.

Do I qualify for Wixela Inhub patient assistance programs?

Qualifying for Wixela Inhub patient assistance programs is based on household income guidelines. Every patient assistance program uses different criteria for qualification, so we use the information below as general guidelines:

Prescription Hope Income Guidelines
  • An individual earning up to $50,000 a year may qualify
  • Households of 2 individuals with a combined income up to $70,000 a year may qualify
  • Guidelines increase $10,000 a year, for each additional dependent in households with a combined income up to $200,000 a year may qualify

Prescription Hope suggests that anyone looking to save money on Wixela Inhub submit an enrollment form.

Suppose you do not qualify to receive medication through patient assistance programs. In that case, we will never charge a service fee for that medication.

Soon after submitting an enrollment form, we will determine whether you qualify to receive the medications you have requested for FREE through patient assistance programs.

Suppose we find a program that will work for you. In that case, we will reach out to you for any additional information needed and reach out to your healthcare provider for the prescription.

Once we receive this information back, we immediately order your medication for you. After that, Prescription Hope works to manage medication orders, refill medications on time throughout the year, maintain up-to-date records, and renew your prescription medication’s enrollment every year.

Once your enrollment form is submitted and you are pre-qualified, the first shipment of prescription medication typically arrives within four to six weeks. We will then place refills ahead of time so that you receive your medication on a regular schedule.

During the four to six week enrollment period, we recommend that you ask your healthcare provider if they could provide you with Wixela Inhub samples while waiting for your first shipment.

Through our program, Americans save thousands every year from the retail cost of their prescription medications through Prescription Hope. To learn more about how Prescription Hope works you can visit our website.

If you are looking to save money on a medication other than Wixela Inhub, you can view a complete list of medications available through patient assistance programs here.

If this medication is not suitable for you, then talk to your healthcare provider about Wixela Inhub alternatives. Other brand-name prescription drugs that are similar to Wixela Inhub and available through Prescription Hope include:

Who is Prescription Hope?

Prescription Hope is a service-based company that offers access to FREE brand-name medication through patient assistance programs.

Prescription Hope charges a service fee of $50 a month for each medication accessed through patient assistance programs to manage medication orders and refills.

There are no other costs, fees, deductibles, or copays associated with the Prescription Hope service.

Prescription Hope is not an insurance product, coupon card, discount program, or pharmacy.

Prescription Hope is a service that manages patient assistance programs for you. We do not manufacture, store, or ship medications.

Our medication list includes the top-100 prescribed medications offered by U.S.-based pharmaceutical manufacturers.

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Below is a price comparison sheet for some of the most popular requested medications through Prescription Hope.

What is Wixela Inhub (fluticasone propionate and salmeterol inhalation powder)?

Wixela Inhub is an FDA-approved generic version of Advair Diskus.

This medication is a twice-daily prescription medicine that is used to help control asthma and prevent symptoms like wheezing. It is approved for patients 4 years of age and older.

Wixela Inhub 250/50 is a twice-daily medication used as a long-term treatment for COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). This includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema.

Important safety information

Do not take Wixela Inhub if you are allergic to milk protein or to any of the ingredients. Consult your healthcare provider if you are not sure.

It should also not be used to treat sudden breathing problems from asthma or COPD. Patients should always have a rescue inhaler with them to treat sudden breathing problems.

Do not take Wixela Inhub more than it is prescribed by your healthcare provider. Avoid taking it with other medications that contain a long-acting beta-agonist LABA.

Before taking Wixela Inhub talk to your healthcare provider about any other medical conditions you have.

Dosage and Administration

Wixela Inhub comes in 3 different dosage strengths:

  • 100/50 mcg
  • 250/50 mcg
  • 500/50 mcg

*Only the 250/50 mcg strength is indicated for the treatment of COPD.

Follow the steps below for administering Wixela Inhub:

  1. Open the mouthpiece cover
  2. Push down the lever
    • While holding the inhaler in a vertical position, push the yellow lever down to the end of the purple arrows. The inhaler is now ready to use.
    • To avoid wasting a dose, do not close the mouthpiece cover or move the lever once it is pushed down.
  3. Inhale the medicine
    • Before breathing in your dose, exhale as long as you can while you hold the inhaler away from your mouth. Do not breathe into the mouthpiece.
    • Put the mouthpiece to your lips and breathe in quickly and deeply. Do not breathe in through your nose.
    • After breathing in the medicine, hold your breath for about 10 seconds, then breathe out slowly for as long as you can.
  4. Close the mouthpiece
    • Closing the mouthpiece cover will move the lever back to the start position. This will cause the dose counter to count down by one dose, telling you how many doses are left.
    • The inhaler is now ready to use for your next dose.
  5. Rinse your mouth out
    • Rinse your mouth out with water after you inhale the medicine. Spit the water out. Do not swallow it.

Side effects of Wixela Inhub

Wixela Inhub can cause serious side effects, which may include:

  • Thrush (a fungal infection of your mouth or throat) – Rinsing your mouth out with water after using Wixela Inhub can help reduce your chances of getting thrush.
  • Pneumonia – Individuals with COPD have a higher chance of getting pneumonia and Wixela Inhub may increase one’s risk.
  • Weakened immune system (immunosuppression) – Avoid exposure to any illnesses, especially chickenpox and measles. Notify your healthcare provider right away if you are exposed.
  • Reduced adrenal function – Adrenal insufficiency can happen when you stop taking an oral corticosteroid and start taking a medicine containing an inhaled corticosteroid.
  • Sudden breathing problems – If you experience sudden breathing problems right after inhaling your medicine, stop taking Wixela Inhub and notify your healthcare provider.
  • Serious allergic reactions – Notify your healthcare provider right away if you have allergic reactions, such as rash, hives, swelling of your face or tongue, or breathing problems.
  • Heart problems – Increased blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, or chest pain
  • Osteoporosis – Bone thinning or weakness
  • Stunted growth in children – A child’s growth may be slowed and should be checked regularly by a healthcare provider.
  • Eye problems – Glaucoma, increased pressure in your eye, cataracts, or other changes in your vision. Individuals should have regular eye exams.

The most common side effects of Wixela Inhub for asthma may include an upper respiratory tract infection, throat irritation, hoarseness, thrush, bronchitis, cough, headache, nausea, and vomiting.

The most common side effects of Wixela Inhub for COPD may include thrush in your mouth or throat, throat irritation, hoarseness and voice changes, viral respiratory infections, headache, and muscle and bone pain.

Storage

Wixela Inhub should be stored between 68℉ and 77℉.

It should be stored away from heat and direct sunlight in a cool, dry place.

Keep Wixela Inhub stored in the unopened moisture-protective foil pouch until the initial use. The medication should be discarded after one month from removing it from the foil pouch or when the dose counter reaches 0.

What drugs can affect Wixela Inhub

Talk to your healthcare provider about all other medications you are taking, including other prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, or herbal supplements. Certain drug interactions may occur, leading to adverse reactions.

Wixela Inhub may affect the way other medicines work, or other medicines may affect the way Wixela Inhub works.

Learn how people pay the set service fee of $50 a month for Wixela Inhub through Prescription Hope!

Are you looking for a place to get your Wixela Inhub (fluticasone propionate and salmeterol inhalation powder) medication at an affordable price?

Prescription Hope is a service-based company that offers access to FREE brand-name medication through patient assistance programs.

Prescription Hope charges a service fee of $50 a month for each medication accessed through patient assistance programs to manage medication orders and refills.

There are no other costs, fees, deductibles, or copays associated with the Prescription Hope service.

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What is Wixela Inhub?

Wixela Inhub is a prescription medication containing a combination of a corticosteroid and a long-acting beta-adrenergic agonist (LABA). It is used as a twice-daily treatment of asthma for patients 4 years of age and older or as a maintenance treatment in patients with COPD.

Does health insurance cover Wixela Inhub?

Most insurance plans should cover Wixela Inhub. However, many patients still find that their Wixela Inhub medication is too expensive despite having insurance coverage. So, whether you are with or without insurance, you can still enroll in Prescription Hope and potentially save hundreds each month.

Is there a generic version of Wixela Inhub available?

Technically, Wixela Inhub is the generic version of Advair Diskus.

Does Wixela Inhub have a patient assistance program?

There is a patient assistance program for Wixela Inhub. Prescription Hope can enroll individuals who qualify into the pharmaceutical manufacturer’s patient assistance program for the set service fee of $50 a month.

Are Wixela Inhub coupons available?

There are Wixela Inhub coupons available. However, medication coupons only offer a limited discount off the retail price of the medication, so you can still end up overpaying at the pharmacy. With Prescription Hope, you pay the same price month after month, no matter the retail price or the dose you take.



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