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Antidepressant Comparison Chart

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#1 dymphna


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Posted 31 July 2010 - 12:05 AM

Below are two downloadable .pdf charts that should help.


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#2 jandbrare


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Posted 24 September 2015 - 02:32 PM

The prices shown in Column 1, are they retail for generics or what.   Thanks.

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#3 c42


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Posted 24 September 2015 - 08:31 PM

It says under the name (the line before the price) whether it has a generic or not (I assume the prices are for the generic if one's available), but they were posted here over 5 years ago and who knows how long before that the charts were made, so it's not accurate any more.  There are websites where you can enter the drug name and your zip code and it will tell you prices at local pharmacies (GoodRx seems to be the most popular), or if you want it straight from the government you can get the national average of how much the pharmacy paid per pill in a user-unfriendly zip file of giant excel spreadsheets. It's saying links there are blocked on this site, but if you google "medicaid.gov NADAC" it should be one of the top results.
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Past meds: Ritalin (up to 10mg/day), Concerta (up to 54mg/day), Drisdol (up to 1.25mg/10days), Testosterone Enanthate (up to 80mg/week), Lexapro (up to 20mg/day), Wellbutrin SR (up to 300+150mg/day), Zoloft (up to 200mg/day), Wellbutrin XL (up to 450mg/day), Trazodone (up to 200mg/day), Vistaril (up to 3x100mg/day), Buspar (up to 3x20mg/day), Abilify (up to 15mg/day), Ativan (up to 4mg/day), Neurontin (up to 2000mg/day), Adderall XR (up to 50mg/day), Restoril (up to 15mg/day), Zyprexa (up to 15mg/day), Effexor (up to 200+175mg/day), Cytomel (up to 2x25mcg/day), Geodon (up to 20+40mg/day), Remeron (up to 45mg/day), Testosterone Cypionate (up to 80mg/week), Catapres (up to 0.3mg/day), Ambien (up to 20mg/day), Paxil (up to 40mg/day), Ambien CR (up to 12.5mg/day), Doxepin (up to 50mg/day)


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