Focalin & Insurance

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thana edwards Says:

This month my Focalin dosage was raised to 60mg and I had to pay $609. My insurance won't help at all. Is it worth changing my insurance?

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Verwon Says:

I have no idea what type of insurance plan you have, nor what others may be available to you. I suggest you do some research and see which plans you can get and what they will cover.

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thana edwards Says:

I have my regular insurance from the school distrist I taught in. And I just turned 65: Medicare won't help either. I am still researching.

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CriticalChemist Says:

see reply 2 to: Focalin And Insurance

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Lynn Says:

I have no insurance and pay out of pocket. My doctor prescribed me the generic form of Focalin; dexmethylphenidate and it cost $38.00 out of pocket at CVS.

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marion mull Says:

go figure

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