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Doryx is a prescription drug used to treat certain severe forms of acne. You can find the best price for Doryx by comparing each pharmacy's cost in the list below. Remember, we generate this list based on zip code, Doryx dose, and number of pills; you can change these at any time using the subtitles above. Also, a lower cost for Doryx may be available in a nearby zip code, so take advantage of our dynamic map to explore pharmacies in your area. You can also receive significant savings when you use our Doryx coupon. Just click ‘Get Free Coupon’, then select how you'd like to receive it: by printing it out, or by getting it digitally as either an email or text message. Just present the coupon to your pharmacist when you fill your prescription for Doryx to have the discount applied. For more information on this medication or other ways to save, see our sections below.
This medication is prescribed to treat severe forms of acne cause by bacteria, and is often used in combination with other types of acne treatments.
Doryx pills are available in both standard release tablets and delayed release tablets (as Doryx MPC). The delayed release pills should never be broken or chewed, as it will disrupt how the medication is released. Standard pills can be cut if necessary. On the first day you take your medication, you will take a double dose, either 200mg of Doryx or 240mg of Doryx MPC. The maintenance dose is 100mg of Doryx daily -- administered either as 200mg pills broken in half or one 50mg pill every 12 hours -- or 120mg of Doryx MPC daily administered as either a single pill or as one 60mg pill every 12 hours. Please note that 60mg Doryx MPC may not be available everywhere.
Do not use this medication if you are allergic to other tetracycline antibiotics, such as demeclocycline, minocycline, or tigecycline. Do not use this medication if you are on hormonal birth control or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. It should not be administered to children younger than eight years of age. You may not be able to take this medication if you have or have a history of asthma, kidney or liver disease or disorder, sulfite allergy, or increased pressure within your skull, or if you're already taking isotretinoin, certain seizure medications, or blood thinners.
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Our card is not insurance, we simply provide discounts on prescriptions. Since pricing is an ongoing negotiation, please bring both your insurance card and Optum Perks coupon to your pharmacist to see which provides a more cost-effective option for you.
No. We merely provide discounts through coupons for prescriptions. Any purchases through Optum Perks will not count toward an insurance deductible.