I have been prescribed Latuda 40mg which seems to be working better than anything else for Bi-polar, but even though I have a prescription plan and the Latuda $25 card, my cost is close to $200 for a 30 day supply. Does anyone else experience this ? I may have to switch just for the dollar which would blow since it works.
You need to go to the latuda web site and read about that 25 card again. Its just like everything else in our lives, they play with words and seem to be promising something that isn't so. It says with your insurance and the card, you MAY pay as little as $25, It doesn't say that is what you'll pay. Latuda costs almost $1000 a month so you probably have to pay a percentage of that. Have you activated the card? It says it says you will save up to $75. That is hardly making it so you only pay $25 as the wording implies at first.
Hi, j! I have the same problem with several of my medications, including Latuda. Just for the heck of it ask your physician and/or psychiatrist if they have samples you could have.
I get all of my meds for free that way, except my lithium which is only a $5 co-pay.
It's worth a try if the drug is working for you rather than switching to something else.
Good luck!! WCV
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