my insurance deleted cilostazol as covered medication. what is a viable replacement?
Will it cover pentoxifylline? I don't understand insurance companies. Your med is cheaper then some of the things they pay for. I don't like that they are basically telling doctors what to order now. The new ones don't widen the blood vessels like cilostazol does. Cilostazol costs about $50 and there are discount coupons that bring it to around $12. Whether you can use them if you insurance I don't know. If google the drug and the word discounts you will find many of them.
- Cilostazol Information for Consumers
- Cilostazol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Cilostazol (detailed)
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