I've tried twice to get Contrave but have been denied using the discount card because I have medicaid. I don't understand why they won't help people who have this type of insurance. My insurance will not cover it, I'm paying cash but they still turn me down for it. Does anyone know if taking the bupropion and naltrexone separately would be the same as taking contrave? Does anyone have any experience with that or any help they could offer? I'm so discouraged after being turned down over something so stupid.
Can't get Contrave because I have medicaid!?
Question posted by misko746 on 10 Dec 2015
Last updated on 11 December 2015 by chuck1957
Misko746; No you can't get them to be the same thing by taking the two drugs separately. But go to the Contrave website by typing in the drug name in the gray box that says search at the top of the screen. click on Contrave. and there is help from the company to get a card and tells you how much it well cost you. here is a phone for the company if you have any problems.(((Asked to pay more than $55 or $70 for your prescription, or need help accessing all the CONTRAVEComplete Card benefits?
Please call 1-877-505-7954. This should help some I hope
- Contrave uses and safety info
- Contrave information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side effects of Contrave (detailed)
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