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The amount you pay each time you refill your prescription or purchase your medication.
The sales tax percentage you will pay on this purchase.
The number of pills or count per prescription or package. If the medication is a liquid or cream that does not have a count, enter the approximate number of doses you get from each refill or purchase, then enter 1 in 'Pills per Dose'.
The number of pills you take with each dose. You can enter a fraction if you are cutting pills (for example, enter .5 if your dose is half a pill). Enter 1 if the medication is a liquid or cream that does not have a count. If you don't take the same number of pills each dose, enter your total daily pill count here then enter 1 in the 'Doses per Day' field.
The number of doses you take or use each day. Remember to enter 1 here if you entered your total daily pill count in 'Pills per Dose'.
The specific number of years, months, weeks, or days you would like to calculate medication costs for.
The actual cost for each medication refill or purchase after tax has been added.
The cost for each dose of your medication.
The cost for each pill of your medication. If the medication is a liquid or cream that has no count, 'Cost per Pill' will be the same as 'Cost per Dose'.
Each medication refill or purchase should last this long.
Medication costs have been calculated for each of the time periods shown in this column.
The total cost for your medication over the time period shown.
You will take or use this many doses of medication over the time period.
You will take this many total pills over the time period. If the medication is a liquid or cream that has no count, 'Pills' will equal 'Doses'.
Your medication will be refilled or purchased this many times over the time period.