I have three nails involved, on of the them is the big toe. According to the instructions, I will need 4 drops per day. 1 drop each for the small toes and 2 drops for the large toe. I have found that the 4 ml bottle runs out of medicine after three weeks. I am getting about 80 drops out of each bottle, but the pharmacy says there should be 200 drops per bottle. I am not getting close to 200. There is no information provided with the prescription as to how many doses are in each bottle. Pharmacy advises that insurance will not cover more than one bottle per month.
If you use 4 drops a day you will need more then if you were using only one, so I don't see how they can say they'll only cover a certain amount. How are the directions written? They say it clearly that you are using 4 drops a day. If so I don't see how they can limit you to what you would have if you had one drop a day I cannot find anywhere where it says how many drops are in a cc. I just went thru all the info and read the actual box. I'd say you need to have a chat with your insurance company. You dr could apply for more to be paid for. I wonder where the pharmacist gets his info that says there should be 200 doses. As can happen with drops, if you squeeze the bottle you get more then a drop at a time, can this be happening? You could call the company and ask them about the number of drops. (800) 321-4576.
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