Save Money on Women’s Health Meds with Blink

Get low prices during National Women’s Health Week — and every week.

This week is National Women’s Health Week. Women’s health is important year-round, but this week marks an excellent opportunity to think more about how we can help women live healthy lives.

For us at Blink, a big part of living a healthy life means being able to afford the medications you need.

That’s why we offer low prices on many common medications taken by women.

Thyroid Health

About 20 million Americans have some kind of thyroid disorder (do you?), and women are five to eight times more likely than men to be affected. A common thyroid disorder is hypothyroidism, for which levothyroxine (generic Synthroid) is a common treatment.

Osteoporosis

Of the estimated 10 million cases of osteoporosis in the United States, about 80% are among women. The good news is that it can be treated with medication, and there are several options available.

Some include: alendronate (generic Fosamax), risedronate (generic Actonel) and ibandronate (generic Boniva). Purchase through Blink to save significantly over retail prices at CVS.*

Birth Control Pills

According to a survey done between 2015 and 2017, about 5.6 million women used birth control pills. Some common pills that are cheaper with Blink compared to retail prices at CVS*, include: levonorgestrel-ethin estradiol (generic Aviane), drospirenone-ethinyl estradiol (generic Yasmin), Loestrin Fe and Nor-Q-D.

Menopause

This transitional process usually occurs during a woman’s 40s or 50s. Even though it’s a natural process, some doctors prescribe medications to help relieve unpleasant symptoms, like hot flashes.

Among those, Premarin and gabapentin are commonly prescribed and are more affordable through Blink when compared to CVS retail prices.*

*Prices herein obtained in 3 different US ZIP codes based on the designated market areas (DMAs) with the highest number of Blink Health customers. Prices obtained May 2019 and subject to change.


This article is not medical advice. It is intended for general informational purposes and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your physician or dial 911.

Blink Health is not insurance. The discount prescription drug provider is Blink Health Administration, LLC, 233 Spring Street, 8th Floor East, New York, NY 10013, (844) 366–2211, www.blinkhealth.com