the alrex are wonderful.
In order to cover that huge topic, its best if you go to medicare.gov and read. Part A covers things like hospital with some exclusions. Part B covers things like outpatient care, again with exclusions, and part D covers medications. Blue cross and blue shield have many plans and I wouldn't even try to tell you what they pay. Supplemental to medicare pays things that medicare doesn't cover fully, which is most of the things.
Another thing you can do, and I dont know why people never think of this, call the customer service number on the back of your insurance cards and they will tell you what is covered and what you have to pay out of pocket. Kaismama is correct, there are many times many different plans and only the companies themselves can tell you exactly.
- Alrex Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Alrex (detailed)
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