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Intrarosa

Intrarosa was approved for postmenopausal women. However the manufacturer coupon cannot be used for Medicare. What information is available for this situation? Thanks. 

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It MAYBE covered under some Medicare Part D plans but I doubt it.  

I’m guessing that since Medicare does not help to pay for erectile and other sexual dysfunction drugs then that’s the reason that Intrarosa isn’t covered.

 

 

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It is NOT covered by my Part D. Thank you.

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It MAYBE covered under some Medicare Part D plans but I doubt it.  

I’m guessing that since Medicare does not help to pay for erectile and other sexual dysfunction drugs then that’s the reason that Intrarosa isn’t covered.

 

 

It's Always Something . . . . Roseanna Roseannadanna
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It is NOT covered by my Part D. Thank you.

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