Use your Optum Perks discount card at pharmacies nationwide, from the large chains to small independent pharmacies.
bad and sometimes deadly infections like tuberculosis, shingles, fungal infections and other bacterial or viral infections have happened in patients who take this drug. The risk is greater if you also take drugs that suppress the immune system like methotrexate or corticosteroids. If you get a bad infection, your doctor may stop this drug until the infection is under control. Call your doctor right away if you have fever, chills, cough, muscle aches, shortness of breath, more sputum or change in color of sputum, red, warm, swollen, painful, or blistered skin, weight loss, belly pain, loose stools (diarrhea), pain with passing urine, or feeling tired or weak. TB (tuberculosis) has been seen in patients started on this drug. These patients were exposed to TB in the past, but never got the infection. You will be tested to see if you have been exposed to TB before starting this drug. Lymphoma, skin cancer, and other types of cancer have happened in people treated with this drug. Talk with your doctor. If you have had a kidney transplant and take drugs that work on the immune system, you are at a greater risk for a problem with certain white blood cells growing out of control called post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder caused by the Epstein Barr virus. Talk with your doctor. null COMMON USES: It is used to treat rheumatoid arthritis.
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There is no program or membership to enroll in. Once you receive your card, just show it to your pharmacist and start saving on your prescription medications.
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.