Okay. So as I mentioned on my blog post, I was given a presription for 10 mg Cialis by my doctor. I started having headaches after the second pill, and it was interfering with sleep. I saw my doc again Monday and got another prescription for 5 mg. We don't have prescription insurance, we just get reimbursed, but our ability to get prescriptions depends on cash on hand, so sometimes we need to work creatively with our pharmacy. So this gave me some interesting insight into how things don't add up. My original prescription was for 12 pills. The price for this was something like $318. At the time, I had a $75 budget until my next payckeck, so I was told 1 pill would be $31, 2 would be $57. I got 2. Bear in mind - 10 mg pills. Had I not had the headaches I would've been filling the rest of the prescription instead of seeing my doc this Monday, I don't know the price of 10 pills... We've done partial prescription fills and the total has added up to what it would've been if we got the whole thing... I'd assume that would have been the case... So the next 10 would've been $26 each. When I went to fill my new prescription for 6 pills of 5 mg... $39. I asked when I dropped it off, and I thought I was hearing things. When I picked it up, sure enough - $39. Same pharmacy. 150% of the Cialis I bought 1 week prior. 75% of the price. No generics involved.