If you have suffered a heart attack, have poor circulation in the legs, or have been diagnosed at risk for a heart attack, you are probably taking this popular prescribed medication – Plavix (clopidogrel bisulfate). PLavix will help in the prevention of blood cloths. Blood cloths usually form when platelets stick together. This medication is made by Bristol-Myers Squibb/Sanofi Aventis Pharmaceuticals. You can find more information on these pharmaceutical giants at their websites: http://www.bms.com & http://www.sanofi-aventis.us

In these sites, you will find information about the latest’s developments with these companies as well as programs to help you afford your medication. You can learn about research and development of products as well as health related issues. You will also find the latest news and press conferences. You can also learn about their social involvement and philanthropy, as well as other related websites. You will find their contact information in case you have any questions or need more information.

To know more about Plavix, you can visit the Plavix website – http://www.plavix.com

You will learn about how Plavix works, the latest news and announcements, prescribing information, as well as watch short clips and videos about Plavix. You will also learn about any contraindications and side effects of this popular medication. Information about Plavix research, an interactive medication chart, and best questions to ask your doctor are also on this site. There is a section for physicians and a section where you can email a friend the site, especially if you know a friend that is taking this product or soon will be taking it. You can also sign up to get your free Plavix information kit. There is also tons of information on health and resources, and video clips to watch.

The site provides a list of helpful organizations in case you need help or have the need for more information or involvement. There is also a section for the caregiver in the home, if you are not the one that had the heart attack or stroke. This section offers tips and information as well as video clips to learn more and help you understand how you can better take care of others. There is tons of useful information on this site – even if you are not using Plavix.

These medications can be very expensive if your insurance is not too good or does not cover much. Besides the programs that Bristol-Myers Squibb/Sanofi Aventis Pharmaceuticals offer in their sites to help you afford this medication, you can check other sites. Of course, talking to your doctor, pharmacist, and health insurance should be your first step. Here are some of these sites.

Patient Assistance is a site to help uninsured people. There is a coupon on the site for a prescription discount card, which you can print and take to your pharmacy to get the discount. The coupon is already activated so you just have to print it and use it. Here is the link – http://www.patientassistance.com/D5833-plavix-coupon.html

On this site, you can sign up and apply to see if you qualify for free medication. This is one of their programs. There is also other information on government assistance, free clinics, insurance and much more. It is worth checking out.

Visit the site Internet Drug Coupons and print a 20% coupon for Plavix. Here is the link http://www.internetdrugcoupons.com/Plavix-Coupon

Online Pharmacy Coupons.com is another site where you will find a coupon for a $5 savings for Plavix. Follow this link http://www.onlinepharmacycoupons.com/Plavix_Coupon

Do not forget to check Coupon Surfer for prescription coupons; you can also request a coupon if they do not have it, just sign up, and they will email you coupon notifications and special offers – http://www.couponsurfer.com/card.cfm

You can also do some comparison-shopping for medications at this site, NexTag – http://www.nextag.com/plavix/compare-html

Retail Me Not – Check this site for coupons in your area (by zip code) – http://printable.retailmenot.com/category/plavix

Reduce Prescriptions.com. This site will give you information on how to reduce prescription costs and where to go for more Plavix coupons – http://www.reduceprescriptioncosts.com/coupons-for-plavix.html

TruMed Canada online pharmacy offers discounts and free shipping for Plavix and generic form, you need a prescription to buy from them. http://www.trumedcanada.com/RX/Plavix.Clopidogrel.aspx

These are some of the sites where you can print coupons or prescription card discounts to buy your prescribed Plavix medication. Do not forget to ask your pharmacist and doctor, as they may know of special programs and offers. Calling the company is also important, as sometimes they will send you a coupon or special offer. Anytime that you check these offers, make sure that you do some research on the company before giving personal information when signing up, and of course make sure that you are on a secure site if you are typing sensitive information.