Covaryx Coupon & Discounts

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If you have been experiencing menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness, your doctor may prescribe Covaryx. This medication comes as an oral tablet, and without insurance coverage or another form of patient assistance, the cost for 28 tablets is usually over $100. If you are unable to afford the monthly prescription cost for this drug, get a Covaryx coupon from FamilyWize. Our coupon is good for a discount of up to 75% off every prescription fill, and you can use it at all major US pharmacy chains and many independent drug stores. Click ‘Claim Discount’ to print or download a free coupon now, or click ‘Free Card’ to have us mail you a prescription savings card that you can use with Covaryx and thousands of other qualifying medications.

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About Covaryx

What is Covaryx?

Covaryx contains two types of hormones: esterified estrogens and methyltestosterone, a synthetic form of testosterone. Together, these hormones help relieve menopause symptoms such as hot flashes and vaginal irritation, burning, and dryness.

How do I take Covaryx?

Covaryx is usually taken regularly for three weeks in a row and is not taken during the fourth week, with this cycle repeating according to your doctor’s instructions. Keep all appointments with your doctor while using this medication, and perform regular breast self-exams to check for any new lumps.

What if I forget to take a dose of Covaryx?

It is important to take Covaryx on a regular schedule, but if you do forget a dose, take it as soon as you remember. If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed one and get back to your regular dosage schedule.

What happens if I overdose on Covaryx?

Overdosing on Covaryx may cause nausea, vomiting, or abnormal vaginal bleeding. If you think that you or someone in your household has overdosed, call Poison Control at 1-800-222-1222 to find out what to do.

Before taking Covaryx, tell your doctor if:

  • You are allergic to this or any other medications

  • You are taking any other prescription or over-the-counter drugs or supplements

  • You have a history of hormone-related cancer

  • You have any unexplained vaginal bleeding

  • You have recently had a stroke, heart attack, or circulation problems

  • You have kidney or liver disease

  • You have high blood pressure or any heart problems

  • You have high cholesterol or triglycerides

  • You have asthma

  • You have a seizure disorder

  • You get severe migraines

  • You have a history of depression

  • You have gallbladder disease

  • You have lupus

  • You have a uterine disorder or have had your uterus removed

  • You are a smoker

  • You are breastfeeding or pregnant

What are the possible side effects of taking Covaryx?

Common side effects of Covaryx may include mild nausea, headache, upset stomach, breast tenderness, hair thinning, anxiety, or decreased libido. If you have any side effects that last a long time, get worse, or interfere with your daily activities, tell your doctor. Contact your doctor right away if you have any of the following unlikely but serious side effects: changes in menstrual bleeding, swelling or tenderness of the stomach, sudden unexplained weight gain, acne or skin color changes, voice changes, increased facial hair, breast lumps, nipple discharge, jaundice, unusual changes in thoughts or behavior, numbness or weakness on one side of the body, or chest pain.

How do I store Covaryx?

Store Covaryx at room temperature, away from humidity and heat. Do not store it in the bathroom, and do not leave it anywhere that children or pets could access. If you no longer need this medicine, ask your pharmacist how to properly dispose of it.


Long-term use of Covaryx may increase your risk for ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, and breast cancer. Discuss your personal and family medical history with your doctor to determine if this medication is safe for you to use. Your doctor will likely want to schedule a checkup every 3 to 6 months to determine if this medication is still safe and if you still need it.

Brand Names

Covaryx is currently only available as a brand name drug. If you need this medication but are concerned about the cost, remember to print or download a Covaryx coupon by clicking ‘Claim Discount’.


“I have been able to afford and purchase my prescribed medications for prices much better than using my insurance. I am trying to understand how that is possible. Anyway, I highly recommend”

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