Have your friend try calling Apothecary by Design Specialty in Maine for a price quote on her meds. Let them check her insurance because even without coverage, they can find that some meds might be covered. For example, my Doxy, Medrol, and Lupron were covered. Also, many times the progesterone will be covered, but not all brands, so your friend should see if the pharmacy can find out which ones are covered by her insurance company.
I recently got my first order from Apothecary and was very impressed with the pricing and service. Out of the meds you listed, the only one I got was the Ganirelix and I paid $104 per syringe. I had also called Village Pharmacy in Mass., since I had ordered my meds from them for my first IVF cycle and they quoted me $119 per syringe. Overall, the prices for the meds I needed this cycle were about $250 cheaper from Apothecary than from Village.
Both pharmacies give you the HCG trigger shot for free and enroll you in money saving programs, like DesignRx and use coupons. Apothecary ships all Rx orders for overnight delivery at no charge. Not sure of Village’s shipping requirements because I was able to get my order overnighted at no charge since I only live a state away from their facility. So your friend will have to find out if they can overnight to her for free or if it needs to be with an order of $500+, or pay for shipping. Fortunately, this is not hard to accomplish when it comes to OOP fertility meds!
I had great experiences with both of these pharmacies and highly recommend both of them. Just get some quotes first since pricing/offers can change! Also, the Village website is a good resource. It’s very comprehensive and informative and has some great educational videos too!
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