I have been on a weight loss medicine for a while now & it doesn't seem to be working. So, I wondered if I could try out the new one. Also, I needed to know if my insurance covered it.
15 Aug 2012
Since its brand new, I doubt they have it in the formularies yet. If you go to the web site for the part d you have they will have their formulary. I don't know that I would be in a hurry to try it tho, since the last time they paired phentermine with another med it was a disaster. What about something like alli?
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