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Author Topic: Cheapest cost for Triumeq buying in Thailand  (Read 669 times)

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Offline Wm2435010!

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Cheapest cost for Triumeq buying in Thailand
« on: April 16, 2020, 12:40:14 am »
Hi Everyone,
I am a Canadian in Thailand where my return flights home are getting cancelled. I have a new flight confirmed for May 1st. My concern is that if this flight gets cancelled and they give me another date later in May, I may run out of my medication Triumeq. Currently, I have enough to May 11. I am in Pattaya. Where is the cheapest place to buy and the best way to have it delivered or closest location?
I am a senior citizen in the province of Ontario and my Triumeq is free. Second thought and question that some of you may know perhaps, Under OHIP, if medication is purchased in another country, will OHIP reimburse me? 

Offline daveR

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Re: Cheapest cost for Triumeq buying in Thailand
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2020, 01:55:13 am »
The most likely place would be the Thai Red Cross in Bangkok. If you do a search on the forum you will find loads of information, prices and contact details included.
I believe it is still possible to drive to Bangkok from Pattaya at the moment. Returning into Pattaya if you are not a resident may be an issue as they start a lockdown, lockout today till the end of April.
I assume your flight is from Bangkok so you could check accommodation there and confirm if the TRC can help you.

Not sure if Dr Phillips Seur can help, he is based between Pattaya and Jomptien. Philipe.seur@gmail.com


Good luck
Dave

Offline Wm2435010!

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Re: Cheapest cost for Triumeq buying in Thailand
« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2020, 10:18:15 pm »
Thank you Dave, I reached out to  Dr. Philipe Seur this morning. He mentioned that Triumeq is very expensive here and recommended another supplier from India. I guess if it has the same 50 Dolutegravir/600 Abacavir/300 Lamivudine it will fine.

Offline Drifter

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Re: Cheapest cost for Triumeq buying in Thailand
« Reply #3 on: July 02, 2020, 11:02:08 am »
Hi Wm2435010,

I have the same problem as you.  I also use Triumeq and due to the lockdown I am unable to fly out for the US. 

By any chance, were you able to find a supplier in India for a generic version of Triumeq?    Can you direct me to one as well?


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Offline mct1134

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Re: Cheapest cost for Triumeq buying in Thailand
« Reply #4 on: July 03, 2020, 02:16:31 am »
Hi Everyone,
I am a Canadian in Thailand where my return flights home are getting cancelled. I have a new flight confirmed for May 1st. My concern is that if this flight gets cancelled and they give me another date later in May, I may run out of my medication Triumeq. Currently, I have enough to May 11. I am in Pattaya. Where is the cheapest place to buy and the best way to have it delivered or closest location?
I am a senior citizen in the province of Ontario and my Triumeq is free. Second thought and question that some of you may know perhaps, Under OHIP, if medication is purchased in another country, will OHIP reimburse me?

Hi For Dolutegravir , Mylan Thailand told me via email that both generic Dolutegravir and DTG/TDF/FTC tablets are available in Thailand now. Maybe you can contact them to ask which hospitals you can get them at.

 


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