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    Default Yasmin

    Just wondering what those of you who are on Yasmin pay for 3 months?

    I haven't had it for 3 years but it seems to have jumped a fair bit in price!

    Oh and which chemist do u get it from...

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    This was the pill I used to be on and from 'rusty' memory think it was about $90 for the 3 months...would vary few dollars between chemists...

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    Haven't been on it for more then a year but it was about $60. Our varied depending on what chemist I went to.

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    I paid $68 for 3 months supply from ufs dispensaries a couple of months ago.
    Last edited by Sairz; 14-03-2012 at 15:50.

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    Ok so it must not be too bad then...

    I just paid $73 for it, when last time i had it it was $45.

    Not sure if i can justify that money to try and avoid putting on weight :/

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    I've just gone back on it and it was $75 from chemart.

    When I was last on it (a year or so ago) I think it was about $5 cheaper but it I could get to one I would go to Chemist warehouse and get it for $58-62 range.

    I figure it's worth it as every cheap OC I've tried makes me loopy with mood swings after a few months (and vomit or spot or something else). Plus it has the weight loss bonus for me too.
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    I pay $35 as I have gold extras cover that included prescription meds at their listed pharmacies
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomes83 View Post
    I pay $35 as I have gold extras cover that included prescription meds at their listed pharmacies
    Ditto. Best part of 70 bucks for me, but get halfish back via health fund.


 

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