Lipitor Medication Discounts
About This Coupon
Redeem this coupon to pay no more than $4 for your monthly LIPITOR prescription! To save on LIPITOR, just bring your prescription for LIPITOR along with the LIPITOR $4 Co-Pay Card to your retail pharmacy. If eligible for this discount, you can save up to $75 per month and up to $1000 per year when purchasing your LIPITOR prescription. This offer can also be redeemed up to once per month when you use the LIPITOR $4 Co-Pay Card. By redeeming this coupon, you can download a LIPITOR $4 Co-Pay Card in order to conveniently receive your discount every time you purchase LIPITOR with your prescription at the pharmacy. In addition to saving on your LIPITOR prescription, you will receive informative emails with helpful tips and guidance about adopting heart-healthy habits. This offer expires on 12/31/14 and there are no application or membership fees.
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LIPITOR (atorvastatin calcium) tablets are proven to lower LDL ("bad") cholesterol by 39%-60% (average effect depending on dose). LIPITOR tablets, along with a low-fat diet, is clinically proven to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke in patients with heart disease or several common risk factors for heart disease. Common risk factors include family history of early heart disease, high blood pressure, low good cholesterol, age, and smoking. More than 29 million people have been prescribed LIPITOR. LIPITOR is one of the most widely studied medicines in the world—with more than 19 years of research. It has been studied in over 400 ongoing or completed clinical studies that included over 80,000 patients.
If you have high cholesterol, you're not alone. More than 1 in 5 adults in the United States has high cholesterol. High cholesterol is one of many risk factors for heart disease. High cholesterol can lead to a heart attack or stroke. About every 34 seconds in the US, someone has a heart attack. 80% of people who have had a heart attack have high cholesterol. People with high cholesterol usually have no symptoms. So you could be at risk even if you’re feeling fine. But a simple blood test can help you and your doctor learn whether your cholesterol is higher than it should be. The first step should be to make meaningful changes in your eating habits and to exercise. Hopefully, diet and exercise alone will be enough. However, for 2 out of 3 people with high cholesterol, diet and exercise may not be enough and a cholesterol-lowering medicine such as LIPITOR (atorvastatin calcium) tablets may also be necessary.