My doctor gave me this card to use but was told because I'm on Medicare I can't use it. So because I have Medicare do I pay the full price? That doesn't seem right if insurance doesn't cover this anyways. I should be able to use this card and pay the 75 like everyone else???
Unfortunately, having Medicare makes you ineligible for copay discount cards for most medications, including Belviq. If you still have the card, take your prescription, with the card, and tell the pharmacist you want to apply it to the cash price. Hopefully, that will bring the cost down and make it affordable. My insurance does not cover this medication. I had to use the copay card toward the cash price and I paid $80 for one month supply. Hope this info is helpful. Good luck!
- Belviq Information for Consumers
- Belviq Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Belviq (detailed)
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