I started the 10mg Viibryd yesterday with a starter sample from my doctor. I am concerned about the cost. It is not even listed on the highest tier on the co-pay list of my insurance, which means I have to pay full cost. One review said more than $200?? If that is the case, I have no hope of continuing this medication.
27 Apr 2012
Cost are listed below:
30 tablets $135.99
90 tablets $389.96
100 tablets $433.28
120 tablets $519.94
150 tablets $649.92
180 tablets $779.90
Insurance - Long Term
90 pills for 90 days - $70 from you + $281.17Employer
Insurance - Local Store
30 pills for 30 days - $36.39 from you + $84.91Employer
Hope this helps.
- Viibryd Information for Consumers
- Viibryd Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Viibryd (detailed)
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