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Praluent - Overview

The Praluent pen consists of a medication sometimes prescribed to people who have high cholesterol levels despite ongoing medical treatment. People who might need a Praluent prescription can use Push Health to connect with a local medical provider who can prescribe a Praluent injection pen when appropriate to do so.

Praluent - Dosage and Cost

The Praluent injection contains the active ingredient alirocumab and is sometimes prescribed to people with high cholesterol levels who need additional medical treatment for their condition. Praluent belongs to a class of medications known as proprotein convertase subtilisin kexin type 9 (PCSK9) inhibitors which seem to help reduce LDL-C levels in the blood - similar to evolocumab (Repatha). The starting Praluent dosage prescribed is often Praluent 75 mg once every two weeks but depends on the specific needs of the patient. In the United States, Praluent injections are considered expensive, costing over $200 per 75 mg / mL Praluent pens at many pharmacies. To help reduce costs associated with Praluent medication, it is worth presenting any insurance coverage at the pharmacy or utilizing a Praluent coupon when paying for the medication. Praluent pens are meant to be injected subcutaneously.

Can I Buy Praluent Online?

The Praluent injection requires a prescription in the United States before it can be dispensed by a pharmacy. Consequently, Praluent OTC is not available and one cannot simply buy Praluent online without first consulting a licensed medical provider and getting a Praluent prescription. One way to get a Praluent pen prescription is using Push Health to connect with a licensed medical provider who can consult on and prescribe an injectable Praluent pen when appropriate to do so.

Praluent - Side Effects

Praluent injection use is generally well tolerated but side effects can occur, including nasopharyngitis, flu-like symptoms and redness, pain or irritation at the injection site. Typically, Praluent and alcohol should not be used together. People who have a hypersensitivity reaction to Praluent injections in the past should avoid using the medication. Prior to injecting the Praluent pen, it is important to discuss concerns with a qualified medical practitioner.

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Last updated April 1, 2021. Given the evolving nature of medicine and science, this information might not be accurate and should not be construed as medical advice or diagnosis / treatment recommendations. Please consult a licensed medical provider if you have additional questions.