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Indication
MULTAQ is a prescription medicine used to lower the chance you would need to go into the hospital for an irregular heart rhythm called atrial fibrillation (AFib). It is meant for people who have had AFib in the past but are now in normal heart rhythm.
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TALKING TO YOUR DOCTOR

Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is a serious, complex disease. That's why it's important to ask your doctor any questions you may have about AFib and MULTAQ. Here are some things to consider before your next appointment:

  • Can AFib affect other health conditions? How?
  • What type of AFib do I have: paroxysmal, persistent, or permanent*?
  • Does AFib affect my chances of having a stroke? How?
  • What type of treatment do I need for my AFib?
  • What happens if I don’t treat my AFib?
  • Will I still feel AFib symptoms even if I’m being treated for the disease?
  • How do I know if I’m in normal sinus rhythm?

*NOTE: Do not take MULTAQ if you have permanent AFib. Please see Important Safety Information below to learn more.

  • Is there anything you were doing 3-6 months ago that you can’t do now?
  • Have you noticed a change in your normal activity level?
  • Have you felt a sudden flutter or episodes of fluttering in your heart?
  • Have you recently experienced unexplained episodes of anxiety?
  • Do you feel weak or short of breath when exercising?
  • Have you noticed any episodes of sweating?
  • Do you have dizzy spells when exerting yourself?
  • Have you had any fainting episodes?
  • How is MULTAQ different from the other AFib medications?
  • How is MULTAQ different from the other AFib medications I'm taking?
  • Are there any serious risks linked to MULTAQ, and what are they?
  • Will MULTAQ interfere with any other medications?
  • How long will I need to take MULTAQ?
  • What if I’m pregnant and taking MULTAQ?
  • If I’m breastfeeding, can I take MULTAQ?
  • What should I do if I have AFib symptoms, or notice that my pulse is irregular, while taking MULTAQ?
  • I know my heart rhythm needs to be monitored regularly while I’m taking MULTAQ. How often should I come in? Can I schedule those visits now?
  • How often should I take MULTAQ?
  • Do I need to eat when I take MULTAQ?

What if I start to experience symptoms of worsening heart failure such as:

  • Shortness of breath while resting
  • Wheezing
  • Chest tightness
  • Coughing up mucus while resting at night or after minor exercise
  • Trouble sleeping or waking up at night
  • Using more pillows to prop myself up at night because of breathing problems
  • Weight gain
  • Foot or leg swelling

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UNDERSTANDING YOUR ROLE IN FILLING YOUR MULTAQ PRESCRIPTION

Set yourself up for success at the pharmacy by knowing the process.

Now that you’ve applied for your savings card, let’s make sure you get your prescription filled.

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Step 1

Receive a written or electronic prescription for MULTAQ.

Receive a written or electronic prescription for MULTAQ.

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Step 2

Activate or apply for your savings card. See above. Activate or apply for your savings card.* CLICK HERE.

Activate or apply for your savings card. See above. Activate or apply for your savings card.* CLICK HERE.

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Step 3

Take your MULTAQ prescription to the pharmacy, along with your savings card.

Take your MULTAQ prescription to the pharmacy, along with your savings card.

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Step 4

Ask for MULTAQ by name when at your pharmacy.

Ask for MULTAQ by name when at your pharmacy.

BE AWARE: Let your pharmacist know that there is no generic for MULTAQ. Be your own advocate and make sure you talk to your pharmacist to reduce your out-of-pocket costs.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

*Offer only available to eligible patients with commercial insurance not funded through a government healthcare program or to patients paying cash. This offer is not valid for prescriptions covered by or submitted for reimbursement under Medicaid, Medicare, VA, DOD, TRICARE, or similar federal or state programs. Subject to an annual cap of $3,000 for commercially insured patients and an annual cap of $1,950 for patients paying cash. Sanofi U.S. reserves the right to rescind, revoke, or amend this offer without notice. Void where prohibited by law.