Use your Optum Perks discount card at pharmacies nationwide, from the large chains to small independent pharmacies.
Lactulose is a prescription medication used to treat constipation, and it is also used to reduce ammonia levels in the blood of patients with liver disease. Lactulose prices are generally lower than prices for similar brand drugs such as Enulose and Generlac. If you are paying cash for Lactulose, you can save on your Lactulose cost a local pharmacy with a free coupon from our site. Just enter your zip code, dosage, and quantity, and then click ‘See My Savings.’ Browse the list of nearby pharmacies that accept our Lactulose coupon and their estimated prices for Lactulose with the discount. Then, print or download your coupon for Lactulose and bring it to one of the pharmacies on the list to save on the cost of your medication. Our coupons do not expire, so you can use your Lactulose coupon card to save any time you fill your prescription.
Lactulose is a synthetic sugar that is used to treat constipation. It works by pulling water from the body and into the colon, which helps to soften stool.
This drug is also used to reduce the amount of ammonia in the blood of patients with liver disease. It does this by drawing ammonia from the blood and into the colon, where it is released from the body.
The recommended dose for the treatment of acute or chronic constipation in adults is 15 mL of Lactulose liquid or syrup taken orally one time per day.
Contact your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms and they are persistent or severe: gas, diarrhea, and nausea.
Contact your doctor immediately if you experience serious symptoms of vomiting and stomach cramps or stomach pain.
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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.