Have you been prescribed Procrit? Are you looking for an affordable way to pay for your medication? With our assistance, you may be able to get your Procrit prescription for only $49 per month*.
We assist by working directly with healthcare providers to enroll eligible applicants into patient assistance programs. Our process is simple and straightforward and helps you to get easy access to the medications you need at an affordable price.
Your monthly Procrit cost savings if eligible
You could receive your Procrit prescription for a flat fee of $49 per month. You could save:
|Strength||Avg. monthly price at
a US pharmacy
|10000/ml, 2 vials||$550.00||$49.00||$501.00|
|40000/ml, 1 vial||$1,100.00||$49.00||$1,051.00|
|4000/ml, 10 vials||$1,100.00||$49.00||$1,051.00|
|20000/ml, 1 vial||$550.00||$49.00||$501.00|
|20000/2ml, 1 vial||$550.00||$49.00||$501.00|
|2000/ml, 6 vials||$330.00||$49.00||$281.00|
|3000/ml, 4 vials||$330.00||$49.00||$281.00|
Am I eligible for the Procrit patient assistance program?
To be accepted into the patient assistance program you will need to meet the eligibility criteria for Procrit assistance. Each patient assistance program requires different eligibility criteria, although most programs will consider the following factors:
- I am a permanent, legal resident of the United States or Puerto Rico
- I am uninsured or my insurance doesn’t cover my medication
- I meet certain income eligibility requirements
How do I apply for the Procrit patient assistance program?
Begin by completing our enrollment application, and tell us about any medications you’re taking, including Procrit. We’ll also ask for details about your healthcare provider, insurance, and your household income. This information is required by the pharmaceutical manufacturers who ship your medication.
If we determine that you may be eligible for Procrit assistance, we’ll handle the full application process for you. We will help to enroll you in the Procrit patient assistance program and we’ll also request your Procrit medication refills on your behalf for up to 12 months.
Is NiceRx a Procrit coupons provider?
We are not a Procrit coupon, a Procrit discount card, or a Procrit copay card. We are a service provider that helps eligible individuals access the Procrit patient assistance program. That means that we don’t offer printable Procrit manufacturer coupons, Procrit discounts, rebates, Procrit savings cards, trial offers, or free Procrit samples.
We understand the need to find an affordable solution for your essential medication. Your total cost for the medication will always be $49 per month when obtaining your Procrit medication through NiceRx.
Can NiceRx help me get Procrit if I have insurance?
We may be able to help if your insurance company won’t pay for your Procrit medication, or you have a high copay or coinsurance responsibility. We may even be able to help even if you don’t have insurance.
How much is Procrit with insurance?
The cost of Procrit with insurance will depend on your healthcare plan. To understand your copay with your current insurance, contact your insurance provider or pharmacist, or speak to a pharmacist.
How much does Procrit cost without insurance?
Procrit prices without insurance will vary depending on how much you buy, the dose, and where you buy the medication. As a guide, a typical supply of Procrit for one month’s use (6 x 1 ml of 10,000 units of Procrit) will cost around $1,600.
What is Procrit?
Procrit is a medication prescribed to treat anemia caused by:
- Chronic kidney disease
- Chemotherapy to treat cancer
- A medicine called zidovudine (also called azidothymidine), taken to prevent or treat HIV/AIDS
Procrit can also be used to reduce the likelihood of needing an RBC transfusion if you’re going to have a surgery where a lot of blood loss can occur.
Anemia is a blood disorder that can be caused by not having enough red blood cells (RBCs). If anemia develops slowly, it can make you gradually feel more tired, weak, and short of breath. If anemia happens quickly, it can cause confusion and fainting and loss of consciousness. Anemia can make daily activities feel more demanding and it can reduce your quality of life.
A fall in red blood cells can be caused by a range of conditions. It can result from a fall in kidney function, chemotherapy that lowers your bone marrow activity, and medicines like zidovudine used to treat HIV/AIDS.
Procrit helps with anemia by stimulating your body to produce more RBCs. It can decrease the symptoms of anemia and reduce the need for an RBC transfusion. Procrit is taken by injecting it under your skin. This may be done by a doctor or a nurse, or they may train you to do it for yourself.
Procrit active ingredients
The active ingredient in Procrit is called epoetin alfa. It’s a type of human protein (called an erythropoietin), produced by DNA technology.
Epoetin alfa stimulates the process in your body that creates red blood cells. It does this by attaching itself to areas on the outside of the cells in your bone marrow called erythropoietin receptors. This activates the receptors and begins the process that creates red blood cells. This helps to reduce and alleviate the symptoms of anemia.
Procrit side effects
As with all medications, Procrit can have side effects. The most common side effects caused by Procrit include:
- Nausea and vomiting
- Joint, muscle, or bone pain
- Soreness in your mouth
- Respiratory infections
- Low white blood cells
- High blood sugar
- Low potassium levels in your blood
- Blood vessel blockages
- Muscle spasms
- Difficulty swallowing
- Weight loss
- Redness and pain at the site of injection
In rare instances, Procrit can cause more serious side effects, including:
- Severe allergic reactions to the medication
- Serious heart problems, including heart attack, heart failure, and strokes
- Blood clots
- High blood pressure
- Severe anemia caused by your body making antibodies to Procrit that block your production of RBCs
- Severe skin reactions, including blisters, sores, and skin peeling off
These aren’t all the side effects Procrit can cause. You can read more about Procrit side effects in the leaflet that comes with your medication. Talk to your physician if you have any concerns about side effects.
Procrit warnings & precautions
Procrit isn’t suitable for everyone. Don’t take Procrit if you:
- Are allergic to the active ingredient epoetin alfa
- Are allergic to any of the other ingredients in Procrit
- Have cancer and you aren’t being treated with chemotherapy that can cause anemia
- Have cancer that doesn’t have a high chance of being cured
- Have anemia caused by chemotherapy that can be managed by RBC transfusion
- Have cancer and haven’t been counseled by your healthcare provider about treatment with Procrit
- Have high blood pressure that isn’t controlled (uncontrolled hypertension).
- Have or have ever had a type of anemia called pure red cell aplasia (PRCA)
Talk to your physician before taking Procrit if you:
- Have heart disease
- Have high blood pressure
- Have ever had a seizure (convulsion) or stroke
- Are receiving dialysis treatment
- Are pregnant or are planning to get pregnant
- Are breastfeeding or are planning to breastfeed
You should seek medical attention after taking Procrit if you:
- Show signs of a serious allergic reaction, like itching, a skin rash, shortness of breath, dizziness and fainting, sweating, a fast pulse, swelling of your face, throat, and other parts of your body like your hands and feet
- Have any chest pain
- Have a seizure
- Suddenly feel confused, or have trouble speaking or understanding others
- Suddenly feel numbness or weakness in your face, arms, or legs, especially on one side of your body
- Suddenly have problems with your vision
- Suddenly have problems walking, with your balance and coordination, or feel dizzy
- Feel unusually tired, have low energy, dizzy, or you faint – these could be signs of worsening anemia caused by your body producing antibodies in response to Procrit
- Have signs of a severe skin reaction, including blisters, sores, and skin peeling off
Don’t use Procrit from multiple-dose vials for newborns, infants, or if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. Procrit multiple-dose vials contain benzyl alcohol, which can cause brain damage, death, and other serious side effects in newborn and premature babies.
If you use multiple-dose vials you should not breastfeed for at least two weeks after the last dose. Procrit in single-dose vials does not contain benzyl alcohol.
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.