Cost And Efficacy Of Tymlos

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Wellwater Says:


Does anyone have coverage for Tymlos? Is there any way to be able to afford the cost? Has anyone felt they have benefited from this drug?



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Verwon Says:

Whether or not anyone has coverage is going to depend on their insurer, some plans cover it, some do not. As to the cost, there are some savings programs available from the manufacturer, if you qualify. Can you post back with basic information on what insurance coverage you have? If so, I can find more information for you.

The FDA has approved it for the treatment of women who have suffered a recent fracture due to osteoporosis, to help reduce the risk of future fractures. The side effects are listed as possibly including dizziness, orthostatic hypotension, headache, fatigue, and heart palpitations.

Can anyone that's been on this medication chime in with their experiences?





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