How much does Albuterol cost without insurance?
The average out-of-pocket cash price for Albuterol without insurance is approximately $15 for 1 inhaler of Albuterol 90 mcg/act. Save on Albuterol when purchasing this prescription medication from NiceRx.
How much does Albuterol cost with insurance?
Albuterol prices with insurance vary by the health insurance policy. Your insurance agent or pharmacist can assist you in calculating your copay on your Albuterol medication. You may likely save on your albuterol medication when buying Albuterol from NiceRx, even if you have insurance coverage. Compare our lowest prices with the price you will pay with insurance.
Is Albuterol covered by Medicare?
Albuterol is commonly covered by Medicare. Check with your health insurance company to find out if Albuterol is covered by your plan. You may still be able to save money on Albuterol when purchasing from NiceRx so compare our prices with the price you will pay with your Medicare prescription drug plan.
What is the brand name of Albuterol?
Albuterol is a prescription generic drug that is manufactured by several albuterol pharmaceutical companies including Cipla, Lupin, and Teva Pharmaceuticals. The brand names of Albuterol include Ventolin HFA which is manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline and ProAir HFA, manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals.
Is NiceRx an Albuterol coupon provider?
NiceRx helps individuals access the best Albuterol prices from mail-order pharmacies in the United States. We do not offer printable Albuterol manufacturer coupons, savings cards, or free samples. We are not a free coupon or discount card provider for Albuterol.
What is Albuterol?
Albuterol (also known as salbutamol) is a bronchodilator that relieves cough, wheezing, and trouble breathing by relaxing muscles in the airways and increasing airflow through the bronchial tubes in the lungs. It belongs to a class of medicines known as short-acting beta-agonists (SABA). Albuterol is used to treat wheezing and shortness of breath caused by breathing problems such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It can also be used to prevent bronchospasm caused by exercise. It is approved for use in adults and children who are at least 4 years old. Albuterol is available as a tablet, inhaler, and nebulizer solution.
Your doctor may prescribe Albuterol HFA as a quick-relief inhaler to treat asthma attacks.
What dosages of Albuterol are available?
Albuterol is available in the following dosages and forms:
- Inhalation solution: 5mg/ml, 0.63mg/3ml, 1.25mg/3ml, 2.5mg/3ml
- HFA inhaler: 90mcg (base)/actuation
- Syrup: 2mg/5ml
- Tablet: 2mg, 4mg
Albuterol side effects
The most common side effects of Albuterol are:
- Sore throat
- Runny nose
- Increased heart rate
- High blood pressure
In rare instances, Albuterol can also cause more serious side effects such as:
- Increased blood pressure
- Low potassium levels
This is not a full list of all the side effects of Albuterol. Consult your healthcare professional for medical advice before taking this medication and report any adverse effects to the FDA.
Albuterol drug interactions
Certain medications and supplements can interact with Albuterol and affect how it works. Make sure your healthcare provider is aware of all your current medications, especially if you take the following:
This list does not include all possible drug interactions with albuterol. Always consult with your healthcare professional before taking any prescription or over-the-counter medications.
You should not use Albuterol if you:
- Have had an allergic reaction to albuterol
- Have a severe hypersensitivity to milk proteins
Talk to your doctor about your health issues before using Albuterol if you:
- Heart disease
- Irregular heartbeat
- Low potassium levels
- Thyroid disease
- Pregnant or trying to get pregnant
The content on this website is intended for information purposes only. It does not constitute medical advice. The information on this website should not be relied upon and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. You should always speak to your doctor regarding the risks and benefits of any treatment.