Tymlos - The New Approved Drug

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Kathy Says:


I have been prescribed Tymlos but my insurance denied me. I'm in the appeal process and my dr. says we could start Reclast if I am again denied. Any suggestions on how to obtain Tymlos? And does anyone have experience with Reclast?



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EJ Says:

I get my Tymlos free. I had no Rx Insurance. I am retired and on Medicare. My arthritis Dr sent in an application for me and I was approved. You might ask your Dr's office as they should know how to apply for help. You might not get it free but if your insurance denied you then you may get a significant amount of help...

Does anyone have any experience with this drug? After my first shot, I had lower back pains and a mild headache.

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Morgan Says:
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I have Been taking tymlos for two months. Feel more stiff than before use. My co pay first two months was $415 per month but have hit catastrophic drug level and paid $150 third month. Find injections easy. Had horrible side effects from prolia so was very anxious about tymlos

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VerFree Says:

Tymlos may cause side effects, such as lowered blood pressure, dizziness, fatigue, vertigo, and elevated heart rate.

They do have an assistance program, you can learn about the Tymlos Assistance program here. It is available to help people with commercial insurance plans, IE: those not government funded.

Reclase is used to treat the same types of issues, and may cause similar side effects.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Nancy Says:

I had a horrible rash with Tymlos...it was awful requirredsteroids and even an ER visit. I won't take Tymlos...Ialso won't take Prolia as I also had a rash that lasted well over a month requiring Derm visit and biopsy

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