Due to the falling value of the kyat and the high price of foreign currency, the prices of household medicine along with many other products have continued to rise. A card of commonly used fever medicine used to cost only 500 kyats, but now it is about 1,200 kyats. This is still only a part of home medicine, and for chronic patients, it may become difficult for them to be able to purchase long-term medicine. Myanmar’s pharmaceutical market is 80 percent dependent on imported drugs, which is why it is rising. Medicines are an essential commodity, so if the prices continue to rise like this, the people will not be able to get treatment and will only have to die.