I have Medicare part D as I have a supplement. They do not pay for any of the long lasting inhalers. Does anyone know which drug companies help with cost?
@A MyCOPDTeam Member Hang in there! I was told that Medicare will start automatically at 2.5 years from the Disability event (not application date). You may qualify for other benefits in the meantime (like SNAP) but every state is different on the income limits. Every bit helps. Thank you for the prayers.
You could try https:/www/canadianpharmacyworld.com/search.aspx?q. I have a couple of friends who save a lot of money by ordering through this company.
The pharma companies all have programs that are designed to help with the cost of inhalers. I'm confused, though. You say you have Part D because you have a supplement. Part D requires that every insurance company offering Part D MUST have at least one of each class of med in their formulary. If yours doesn't, they're violating CMS's rules. So there has to be at least one med in each of the following classes: LAMA, LABA, LAMA/LABA combination, ICS, and ICS/LABA combination. Those are all long lasting meds. have you taken your formulary to your doc? That's what I would do if you can't figure it out (and that's hard, because the darn things are really complicated!).
Do any of you use symbocort?YES
I have used it for years...Dr tried to switch me to others without success. Powders were the worst. I quit . I also use advair cas rescuer
I quit using albuador it made me dizzy Using neb with Ibuprofen 4 times a day