How much does it cost?

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  1. Zayna

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    Hiya

    Did LT a couple of years ago, what are you all paying for a weeks supply? It used to be about £38 if I remember correctly...
     
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  3. sunny69

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    £36 per week, but i'm sure you can by it from an online pharmacy for £30.
     
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    i bought mine yesterday for £36 at the chemist

    goals:
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    I pay £36 a week too... I know it is a bit more for men, about £40 i think x x
     
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    My pharmacy must be over charging me. I have to pay £46 :(
     
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    It is £33 a week in my area. x
     
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    I wonder if it is down to the individual pharmacy, cos it's not right really that some pay more than others for exactly the same product...

    If all else fails i think we should all move in with Lou!! pmsl x x
     
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    Yeah plenty of room here I do get lonely on weekends lol :p
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    I pay £45.. it's much more expensive in Ireland/Northern Ireland
     
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    I live in southern Ireland and it costs me €68 per week! It's a pretty hefty lump from my budget, I'm thinking of going to Northern Ireland where even if I paid £45, it would still be cheaper than here. But the way I look at it, if I had to have a gastric band it would cost €7000 and it's not covered here on insurance (I don't think). I also know the Motivation Weight Loss Clinics are quite expensive also.
     
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    funny Ssusee.. that's exactly how I justify the expense to myself too. Looked into gastric bands etc.. and this is cheaper!
     
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