I,m 46 with a TT of 290, so my Dr just started me on TRT @1cc a week mixed with 1cc of B12. My question is what is the typical cost of a 10ml vial? My Dr is selling it to me direct for $125, does that sound right?
No way. My insurance I get a vial of 10cc 200mg for 20 bucks
$125 is right for no insurance. That is pretty standard. With insurance I pay $5.
Its 88 with insurance for me. 76 cash price.
Thats average price +/- 15 bucks
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Thanks for the replies. I am going to hit my Dr up for a script next visit and see if I can get my insurance to cover it. Anyone know if Anthem/Blue Cross cover this?
That i do! The pharmacy will actually charge the higher price unless you demand the cash price.Originally Posted by kisaj
Not sure, but here is the mind set that I approached this with-
yes, it is very nice that insurance covers this, but even if they didn't it is very cost effective. A 10mg bottle will last the average TRT patient about 3 months or more. When you think about the fact that you have access to something that will completely change your life for the better for a mere $40 a month, it is the bargain of the century. Think about the $$$ you probably have spent on herbal supplements to feel about a 1/10th of what you are going to feel on real test and you'll appreciate it more.
Depends on your policy, not the company. Your insurance should have a website or booklet that discusses drug coverage.Originally Posted by alpinecoach
Yes they should cover it. If not check Costco I here they have very low test cyp prices.Originally Posted by alpinecoach
Yeah, but don't you have to buy a gallon of it?
Lol-imagine turning that bad boy up for to drawl it out!Originally Posted by kisaj
I wouldn't pay more than $30 without a script.
Well, sometimes you have to. And it's worth it.
I am willing to pay $70 for true pharma test rather than some stuff that may not be accurate dosed and might have been made in a kitchen dirtier than mine.