The Right Fit Program can help you work toward your blood pressure goals.
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You may pay no more than $25* a month for your blood pressure medication.
Get 90-day prescriptions and pay just $2 a week.*
Asking your doctor for a 90-day prescription may help make your weekly co-pay just $2 per week with the Savings That Last card.*
A 90-day prescription won’t just save you money, but time as well. Three 30-day refills mean you have to make three separate trips to your pharmacy. One 90-day prescription changes that to one trip every three months.
A program that you can customize to fit you.
When you join the Right Fit Program, you’ll receive support that goes beyond savings, including:
- Recipes for healthy eating
- Tips on staying active and reducing stress
- Practical advice from the Mayo Clinic
- Helpful tools to keep you on track
- A free 24/7 blood pressure support line
*For patients with commercial insurance, savings per prescription of BENICAR, BENICAR HCT, AZOR, or TRIBENZOR will apply after the following out-of-pocket expenses are met: $25 per prescription from months 1 to 6; $20 per prescription from months 7 to 12; and $15 per prescription after month 12. Savings begin after card activation and first fill. One month is defined as a 30-tablet supply being filled; 3 months is defined as one 90-tablet supply being filled through retail or mail order. Savings for BENICAR, BENICAR HCT, AZOR, and TRIBENZOR are subject to a maximum benefit of $70 per 30-day prescription and $125 per 90-day prescription. Savings benefit does not cover a patient's insurance deductible obligation. Patients without insurance receive $25 off retail price. Up to 3 generic blood pressure medications offer applies only to patients with commercial insurance. Maximum benefit for each generic is $25 per prescription. You must fill your BENICAR, BENICAR HCT, AZOR, or TRIBENZOR prescription and have a valid prescription for each generic blood pressure medication paid for by Daiichi Sankyo under the medication offer. You must present this card to the pharmacist along with your BENICAR, BENICAR HCT, AZOR, or TRIBENZOR prescription to participate in this program. It is illegal to (or offer to) sell, purchase, or trade these offers. Card will be inactivated if 120 days have passed since last use. When you use the Savings That Last card you are certifying that you understand the program rules, regulations, and terms and conditions. If your retail or mail-order pharmacy does not accept the Savings That Last card, please call 1-855-809-5826 (8 AM-8 PM ET, M-F) or visit www.patientrebateonline.com to obtain a patient rebate form and to receive instructions on how to obtain your savings benefit. You are not eligible if you are enrolled in any state or federal healthcare program, including but not limited to Medicare, Medicaid, VA, DOD, or TRICARE/CHAMPUS; where taxed, restricted, or prohibited by law; or if you do not otherwise comply with the terms herein. Further, you agree to discontinue using the card if you enroll in a state or federal healthcare program during the program period. Card void in Massachusetts and Michigan. Offers valid in U.S. and Puerto Rico only. If you have questions regarding your eligibility or benefits, or wish to discontinue participation, call the Savings That Last program at 1-855-809-5826 (8 AM-8 PM ET, M-F).
BENICAR and BENICAR HCT are prescription medicines used to lower high blood pressure (hypertension). They may be used alone or with other medicines used to treat high blood pressure. BENICAR HCT is not for use as the first medicine to treat high blood pressure.
Important Safety Information for BENICAR® and BENICAR HCT®
WARNING: DO NOT TAKE BENICAR or BENICAR HCT DURING PREGNANCY
- BENICAR and BENICAR HCT can cause harm or death to an unborn baby
- Talk with your doctor about other ways to lower your blood pressure if you become pregnant
- If you get pregnant while taking BENICAR or BENICAR HCT, tell your doctor immediately
Please see the WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS section of the Full Product Information about Fetal Toxicity.
- Take medicine that contains aliskiren and you have diabetes or kidney problems
- Have less urine than normal or if you cannot urinate
- Are allergic to other sulfonamide type medicines
- Have severe kidney disease
Children that are less than 1 year of age must not receive BENICAR for high blood pressure.
Before taking BENICAR or BENICAR HCT tell your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. Also tell your doctor if you are breast-feeding or plan to breast-feed. A medicine in BENICAR HCT can pass into your breast milk. This may harm your baby. You and your doctor should decide if you will take BENICAR or BENICAR HCT or breast-feed. You should not do both.
Let your doctor know about any health conditions you may have
Tell your doctor if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in BENICAR or BENICAR HCT (see Full Product Information for a list of the ingredients in BENICAR or BENICAR HCT as applicable). Also let your doctor know if you have any of the health conditions listed below:
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Tell your doctor about all the medicines you take
Some of your other medicines and BENICAR or BENICAR HCT could affect each other. This may cause serious side effects.
These medicines may include prescription and nonprescription medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements:
If you take BENICAR HCT , tell your doctor if you also take:
- Water pills (diuretics)
- Other medicines for high blood pressure or a heart problem
- Potassium supplements or a salt substitute that contains potassium
- Pain or arthritis medicines, such as aspirin and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
- Welchol® (colesevelam hydrochloride)
- Diabetes medicine, including insulin
- Narcotic pain medicine
- Sleeping pills and antiseizure medicines called barbiturates
- Lithium for certain types of depression
- Cholesterol-lowering medicines
About alcohol and other drug interactions
If you are taking BENICAR HCT, do not drink alcohol. Your blood pressure may become too low if you drink alcohol.
Some of your other medicines and BENICAR or BENICAR HCT could affect each other. This may cause serious side effects. Take BENICAR or BENICAR HCT as prescribed by your doctor. Talk with your doctor before you stop taking BENICAR or BENICAR HCT.
Know about possible side effects of BENICAR and BENICAR HCT
Serious side effects may include injury or death to an unborn baby; low blood pressure (hypotension), which may cause you to feel faint or dizzy; and kidney problems, which may get worse in people with kidney disease. If you have kidney problems, you may need blood tests, and your doctor may need to lower your dose. Tell your doctor if you get swelling in your feet, ankles, or hands, or have unexplained weight gain. These may be signs of kidney problems. If you have heart failure, your doctor should also check your kidney function before prescribing these medicines. Tell your doctor if you are experiencing these symptoms.
Serious side effects may also include severe, chronic diarrhea with considerable weight loss, which may develop months to years after starting BENICAR or BENICAR HCT. Tell your doctor if you are experiencing these symptoms.
Additional side effects of BENICAR and BENICAR HCT
Because of the thiazide diuretic (water pill), an ingredient in BENICAR HCT, other serious side effects may include allergic reactions and changes in body salts (such as sodium and potassium) and fluids. Tell your doctor if you have these signs and symptoms: dry mouth, thirst, weakness, tiredness or sleepiness, restlessness, confusion, seizures, muscle pains or cramps, muscle tiredness, dizziness or fainting, having little or no urine output, fast heartbeat, or nausea and vomiting.
The thiazide diuretic in BENICAR HCT can also cause eye problems, which may lead to vision loss. Symptoms can happen within hours to weeks of starting BENICAR HCT. Tell your doctor if you have a decrease in vision or eye pain.
The most common side effect of BENICAR and BENICAR HCT was dizziness. Other side effects of BENICAR HCT included upper respiratory tract infections, more uric acid in the blood, and nausea.
Tell your doctor if you have any side effect that bothers you or does not go away. Not all the possible side effects of BENICAR or BENICAR HCT have been mentioned in the Important Safety Information. For more information, talk with your doctor or pharmacist. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects.
To report side effects, contact Daiichi Sankyo, Inc., at 1-877-437-7763 or the FDA at 1-800-332-1088 or www.fda.gov/medwatch.
Please see Full Prescribing Information for BENICAR and BENICAR HCT, including Boxed WARNING regarding Fetal Toxicity.
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