Insurance Not Covering

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linda carreiro Says:

my husband has been taking omeprazole for an ulcer, and to protect his stomach from cumadin. i went to get his script yesterday, and medicare and medicaid isnt covering it anymore... just like nexium and protonix. the price of the script is 407.00!!!! we just dont know where to go from here.
is there an alternative med that anyone knows of that medicare will pay for?

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Verwon Says:

They covered it, until very recently and it is the generic, one of the cheaper medications. You should check his coverage to see what medications they will cover.

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terry Says:

I would be getting your husband to try over the counter Zantac 150mg twice a day. morning and supper and that will help better then the Nexium and Prevacid and other acid reducers. i am on Zantac twice a day, can't take Nexium and others. to many side effects

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