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Actonel is a prescription drug used to prevent osteoporosis or to treat Paget's Disease. To find cheap prices for Actonel, compare the cost from each local pharmacy in the list below. Remember that we populate this list based on ZIP code, dose, and number of pills. You can change these at any time using the subtitles above. There may be a lower price for Actonel in a nearby ZIP code, so be sure to use our dynamic map to explore your area. We also provide a discount on Actonel through our free coupon. To get one, simply click the ‘Get Free Coupon’ button next to your choice of pharmacy, then select whether you want to print it out or receive it digitally (email or SMS text message). Present the coupon when you drop off your Actonel prescription for savings to be applied. If you'd like more information about this medication or to discover other ways to save, please see our sections below.
This medication is often prescribed to prevent osteoporosis, especially for women who have already experienced menopause. It can also be prescribed to prevent osteoporosis in adult men and women who are prescribed glucocorticoids. It's also used in the treatment of Paget's Disease.
Actonel is only available in tablets, and it's often distributed in dosing packs. Depending on your treatment plan, you may be prescribed one 5 mg tablet taken one time daily, one 35mg tablet taken one time weekly, one 75mg tablet daily for two consecutive days each month, or one 150mg tablet one time monthly. This medication should always be taken by mouth at least 30 minutes before a meal along with a full glass of water.
Do not use this medication if you cannot sit or stand for at least 30 minutes, or if you have hypocalcemia or esophageal muscle movement problems. You may not be able to take this medication if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or if you have or have a history of ulcers in the stomach or esophagus, kidney disease, or D-vitamin deficiency.
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