... advised, but when I go to the pharmacy, they want to charge me an arm and a leg. Does the doctor have to provide an RX for a one time purchase (set amount of months purchased at one time)?
The card from the manufacturer gets you the prescription at $70 a month if you don't have insurance or $50 a month if you do. (It will reduce your co-pay to $50 if it is higher than that). My insurance won't cover the cost, so I got the card and paid $70. Much better than the over $200 the pharmacy told me they would charge.
How are you doing on the medication? Are you losing weight?
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