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I just received a letter saying my prescription was written for 7.5 ML of Xalatan for 84 days and they have a limit for me of 2.5 ML of Xalatan for 30 days and I completely do not understand since I have glaucoma and must take the eyedrops every day.
Can someone explain what is happening here? Is it because I did not go with their "Prescription Solutions" mail order and went to the local Costco instead?
I do wonder about the at least 4 drugs used for glaucoma prevention, Xalatan,Lumigan,Travatan, and Alphagan. The primary purpose is to lower the internal eye pressure and I can see that some may work better than others on a given individual,but how do doctors decide which? In my case I got Lumigan and my wife Alphagan! Then the VA only has Travatan and so I'm on that now. Alphagan has a generic which is a bit cheaper and gets a lower copay.