Insurance Pay For 10/650 Endocet Over 10/325 Oxycodone?

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tameka Says:


Hello, I'm leaving out of town for the holidays and I'm needing my persription 3 days early and I'm wondering If my insurence( Medicade) would pay for the newer medicine over the one I normally take? I am taking Oxycodone 10/325 and If my Insurence will not pay for it then would I be able to get Endocet 10/650 to replace my normal meds untill I get back in State?



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Verwon Says:

If your doctor prescribes it that way, as a change in dosage, then yes, it should cover it for you.

Learn more Endocet details here.

And then, theoretically, you could always just need to go back to the other dosage later, when you return.

Has your doctor written a new prescription for you?

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tati Says:
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No. Out of state RX no valid in another state.
go to ER and get temporary RX

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