Free Intuniv

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Intuniv is the brand name for guanfacine, a prescription medication used to help control the symptoms associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. The medication is part of the group of drugs known as centrally acting alpha2A-adrenergic receptor agonists, and works by affecting that part of the human brain that deals with impulse and control. [1] Approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2009, Intuniv is manufactured by the pharmaceutical company Shire US Inc.[2]

Patients who have been prescribed Intuniv to treat their ADHD symptoms may be eligible to receive free or discounted Intuniv. Shire offers Intuniv coupons and starter kits through their official website, or patients may be able to get the medicine for free through select patient assistance programs.


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Brand name for Guanfacine
Manufacturer Shire US Inc.
Phone number 800-828-2088
Uses ADHD symptom management
Types of coupons Patient assistance programs, free samples
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About Intuniv

Although most ADHD medications are comprised of powerful stimulant drugs, Intuniv offers a non-stimulant alternative. The drug is typically prescribed for a short period of time and is taken once daily by mouth. The pill offers time-release medication that helps control ADHD symptoms throughout the day. The extended release tablets are available in formulations of 1 mg, 2 mg, 3 mg, and 4 mg. The U.S. National Library of Medicine, recommends patients not take the medication with a high fat meal.[1]

Intuniv is typically prescribed to children ages 6 to 17. Common side effects may include low blood pressure, decreased appetite, dizziness, headache, and nausea. More serious side effects may include a slowed heart rate, blurring vision, a rash, or symptoms of fainting.[1]

Intuniv Coupons, Samples, Patient Assistance Programs, and Offers

  • The official Intuniv website offers a free program called inTUNE with INTUNIV, providing access to several money saving options. Members receive either an INTUNIV Starter Kit or a co-pay coupon. The starter kit includes a free two-week trial of the medication as well as money saving offers. The co-pay coupon is good for up to 12 prescriptions, and saves patients $15-$115, determined by a patient's insurance co-pay.[3]
  • The Shire Cares patient assistance program is another money saving option for qualified individuals who have a difficult time affording their Intuniv medication. The program may provide free medication for up to a year for patients who do not have prescription drug coverage, patients who have lost their jobs, those who have reached their prescription cap, and patients who have insurance that does not cover the medication.[4]
  • Free Intuniv samples may also help patients save, though this option is not permanent. For example, a patient's healthcare provider may supply them with free samples for a few weeks or up to a month, but then the patient is required to purchase the medication.

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0000057/
  2. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/163060.php
  3. https://www.intuniv.com/adhd-support/default.aspx
  4. http://m.intuniv.com/hcp/patient-assistance.aspx