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k84
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I am having a difficult time getting a local pharmacy to want to supply Bicillin LA. (I live in a rural area, so options are slim)

After a suggestion, I checked with Infuserve, and they will supply it. It is full retail price ($600 or so for qty 10 of 1.2million unit shots). It was unclear what exact packaging or the mfg is.

Has anybody else bought Bicillin from Infuserve? Did it come in the King/Pfizer packaging and box? I would hate to pay full retail to end up with it being compounded. If you have any input, I would appreciate it. Thanks

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That is a good price for Bicillin.

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I have, and I have had a very good experience with it. They send it in the official box. They don't compound it there. They send the box of ten syringes, and then a sleeve of 10 needles. They overnight it to you, I think.

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Some Canadian Pharmacys carry Bicillin if cost is an issue.
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I got mine at CVS. My husband got his at Kroger. All the pharmacy has to do is order it for you.

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You should be able to get it through your insurance through a specialty pharmacy, or a local pharmacy---assuming that you have insurance.

If not, get it from Infuserve, and have them bill your insurance (after you have paid them directly). Then, they will reimburse you once insurance has paid them.

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