I have significantly low testosterone and therapy is indicated
The best thing for you to do is to call your insurance carrier directly. If you look on the back of your Medicare RX part D Card (the AARP) card, there will be a 800 or 888 number for customer assistance. Dial that number and ask them for help with an upcoming prescription claim. They will be able to answer your question after getting some info. from you and you should know whether this drug is covered or not. Don't worry, I do this all the time. I have Medicare part Aand B and a Medicare part D prescription plan too. Take Care, Karen
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