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Posted 2 Aug 2018 by • 3 answers
I recently submitted a prescription for generic Adderall (40 mg XR once/day) to my pharmacy--for a dosage I have been on for nearly 6 months--and my co-pay is $250.00 ($360 total before co-pay). I know My med deductible is not fulfilled yet but I do not recall ever paying this much. Generic ...
Posted 24 Oct 2018 by • 3 answers
About 6 weeks ago I reduced Latuda from 40 to 20mg because when my dr’s samples run out I will not be able to afford The copay. Since I reduced it my depression has become unbearable, almost worse than before I started taking it. My anxiety is 10 X worse. How long will this last?
Posted 1 Apr 2014 by • 6 answers
My copay for meds is significantly lower for generic medications. Is this patch (butrans) available in generic?
Posted 4 Oct 2014 by • 3 answers
Does anyone know what it costs per month if insurance won't pay for it?
Posted 3 Sep 2015 by • 4 answers
I live in Ga. Have BCBC of Ga HMO probally a 12 week treatment . Just disgnosed
Posted 18 Feb 2018 by • 3 answers
However, I'm having trouble getting 'approved' from the drug company for co-pay assist. I have never experienced this before and I have had co-pay assist from Humira, Enbrel and Actemra. My sample has run out in the time it's taking for all the paperwork to go through. I have ...
Posted 9 Jan 2014 by • 2 answers
Linzess is what I am needing, went to pick it up and it was $240.00 I have been on this for a year and it works great, now I am worried that I will be having those attacks again. I have to meet a deduction before the price goes down
Posted 19 Nov 2014 by • 1 answer
Valsartan and Diovan still each cost between $700 and $900 once I hit the donut hole this coming year. I'm looking for a med that will be a real generic, as in $0 copay, and replace Diovan/valsartan.
Posted 3 Sep 2015 by • 3 answers
... Treatment but "how in the world does anyone afford it?" We are both retired and on Medicare w/Part D insurance. Yes, the part D covers it, but the co-pay is over $9,000.00 a month!! Good Grief, what good is a cure if you cant affored it??? How did you do it???
Posted 29 Apr 2016 by • 1 answer
I am currently on prescribed Dexilant 60mg for chronic GERD and Hiatal Hernia. The co-pay on this is $250. As I am on a fixed income, this monthly about is more than I can afford. Can I substitute OTC Nexium (3 20 mg capsules daily) for my prescription medication? I have done the price comparison ...
Posted 18 Nov 2016 by • 4 answers
I have stage 4 metastatic breast cancer in my T8 and two spots on my right sacrum. My doctor has just prescribed me Ibrance and after much research I'm terrified of the pricing I've read. Can someone ease my fears of going bankrupt due to this medicine?
Posted 22 Mar 2014 by • 2 answers
I have just been diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and the doc wants me to take Humira. I can't afford this drug! How do others afford it?
Posted 27 Dec 2014 by • 2 answers
New employer went with poor rx/co-pay plan. Puts med out of my budget. Celebrex past 10 years definitely helps. 100mg 2 times a day. Trying 15mg meloxicam. Just doesn't seem as good as celebrex. Years ago I tried all prescribed nsaids with basically same results, poorer than celebrex. Any ...
Posted 29 Jul 2014 by • 1 answer
My first prescription of Ursodiol cost $8 (15% of my copay) in April, today July, it cost me $45! Why is it going up in price so quickly and so much?
Posted 9 Sep 2014 by • 2 answers
I currently pay $40.00 mo. for Spiriva 18MCG 30 count. I also have other meds that I purchase monthly. Once I hit the Medicare donut hole my co-pay will be around $150.00 per month and being on a fixed income will make it very difficult for my wife who also takes many meds to afford eating. Is ...