These U.S. Prescriptions Are Cheaper in Mexico

These are the 10 most commonly prescribed medications in the U.S. and their equivalent in Mexico. If you notice, a lot of the medications on this list are up to 75% cheaper than the same medication in the U.S. This is just one way that you can lower your cost of living without sacrificing your quality of life!

Medications are extremely overpriced in the U.S., and if you don’t have good insurance you may not be able to afford your own health. If you want access to the full list of the 50 most common U.S. prescriptions in Mexico read until the end.

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The sad thing is that millions of Americans go into medical debt every year because of the lack of medical reform in The United States. Some people can’t even afford their medications and end up not taking them when faced to make the choice between their health or their livelihood. One simple bump in your medical record can be the difference between living in debt or being debt-free.

This is a big reason many choose to retire in Mexico. You can significantly lower your cost of living without having to sacrifice your quality of life. Mexico has great healthcare, that in some cases can even be free. And as a result, many people end up having a higher quality of life by moving to Mexico. I know many people who can now afford things like regular house cleaning, a gardener, eating out 2x/week, going out for coffee, and other luxuries they wouldn’t be able to participate in back home.

Mexico isn’t perfect. Like any country, it has flaws. However, it still beats other modern societies in many aspects of daily life. Not only are medications usually much cheaper than in other parts of the world, but the healthcare system is truly better! Doctors take their time with you and offer you their personal line to get in touch with them. You’re not just a number here. You’re a person.

Mariana Lange

Mariana Lima-Lange was born in Mexico and immigrated to the U.S. when she was a child. She spent every summer visiting family throughout Mexico and is very knowledgeable about Mexican culture, lifestyle, and traditions. She is fluent in both Spanish and English.

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