My husband found a clinic close to home that will bill insurance but he has to wait till August to get the medication (requires counseling first). He really wants to meds now and found a clinic and hour away that will prescribe them now but has to pay $400 to go. Doesn't this seem a little high?
18 Jun 2011
Is that the fee for the induction, the first visit or does that cover multiple visits? Does seem a little high but if that covers the initial intake and the induction then maybe not. How much are the subsequent visits going to cost? Are they including therapy of some kind?
Hopefully some others will share their experience soon. Ultimately the decision is your husband's so try to be supportive. I know this is nerve racking but it will get resolved and you can concentrate on getting better.
Hang in there girl!!
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