3 Steps to Getting Brand-Name COREG®
Ask Your Doctor
Ask your doctor to prescribe brand name COREG®, no substitutions and indicate ‘DAW1’ on your prescription.
Get Your Copay Card
Get your Copay Savings Card, you may pay as little as $5.00 for your prescription.
Make Sure You Have Brand Name COREG®
To ensure you get this brand name medication, look for the distinctive shape and marking of COREG®. 3.125 mg tablets are white, oval-shaped with “3B” embossed. Larger doses appear elongated, white, with a smaller oval inside.
What is COREG?
If you’ve been diagnosed with hypertension, heart failure or have suffered a recent heart attack, COREG® can help you get back to your life. COREG® can help lower high blood pressure to combat hypertension and can improve survival for patients with post-heart attack LVD or heart failure.
See what COREG® can do for you.
COREG® for Hypertension
Hypertension is another name for high blood pressure — a disease that causes the heart to work harder than normal and puts a strain on the heart and arteries. Left untreated, hypertension can eventually lead to serious conditions, such as heart attack, stroke, heart failure or kidney failure.
COREG® can effectively lower blood pressure without worsening blood sugar or cholesterol levels.
COREG® for Heart Attack that Reduced How Well Your Heart Pumps
If you’ve had a heart attack that reduced how well your heart pumps, you are probably worried about your health. But many people who have had a heart attack that reduced how well your heart pumps recover and are able to enjoy life as they did before.
COREG® can help improve your heart health. Adding COREG® to your current therapy could help prevent another heart attack.
COREG® for Heart Failure
If you have heart failure, COREG® can help. COREG® is in the class of drugs called beta-blockers, and is approved by the FDA for the treatment of mild, moderate, or severe heart failure. It helps to lower the heart rate and make the heart pump better. COREG® can help people with heart failure live longer and stay out of the hospital.