Psycho-Babble Medication Thread 1094727

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Rexulti, anyone?

Posted by Clearskies on August 29, 2017, at 14:49:08

Anyone else on this med?

It's similar to Abilify. I'm on it and the cost is so prohibitive that my doctor will have to keep me supplied with samples. $1245 list price for 30 day supply. $600 if my part D insurance coveed it. It is a crime to put us through a trial of a med we can never be able to afford.

 

Re: Rexulti, anyone?

Posted by SLS on August 29, 2017, at 15:02:03

In reply to Rexulti, anyone?, posted by Clearskies on August 29, 2017, at 14:49:08

> Anyone else on this med?
>
> It's similar to Abilify. I'm on it and the cost is so prohibitive that my doctor will have to keep me supplied with samples. $1245 list price for 30 day supply. $600 if my part D insurance coveed it. It is a crime to put us through a trial of a med we can never be able to afford.

It is unconscionable.


- Scott

 

Re: Rexulti, anyone?

Posted by beckett2 on August 29, 2017, at 16:12:42

In reply to Rexulti, anyone?, posted by Clearskies on August 29, 2017, at 14:49:08

> Anyone else on this med?
>
> It's similar to Abilify. I'm on it and the cost is so prohibitive that my doctor will have to keep me supplied with samples. $1245 list price for 30 day supply. $600 if my part D insurance coveed it. It is a crime to put us through a trial of a med we can never be able to afford.

I've never understood that. Samples can only last so long. I'm assuming Abilify would be the same, and that probably doesn't work as well.

 

Re: Rexulti, anyone? beckett2

Posted by Clearskies on August 29, 2017, at 23:53:35

In reply to Re: Rexulti, anyone?, posted by beckett2 on August 29, 2017, at 16:12:42

> > Anyone else on this med?
> >
> > It's similar to Abilify. I'm on it and the cost is so prohibitive that my doctor will have to keep me supplied with samples. $1245 list price for 30 day supply. $600 if my part D insurance coveed it. It is a crime to put us through a trial of a med we can never be able to afford.
>
> I've never understood that. Samples can only last so long. I'm assuming Abilify would be the same, and that probably doesn't work as well.
>
>
Abilify started to cause tremor at higher doses, which were required. I'm fed up.

 

Re: Rexulti, anyone?

Posted by joe f on August 31, 2017, at 7:36:51

In reply to Re: Rexulti, anyone? beckett2, posted by Clearskies on August 29, 2017, at 23:53:35

did you see any difference between abilify and rexulti

 

Re: Rexulti, anyone?

Posted by B2chica on November 10, 2017, at 10:39:36

In reply to Rexulti, anyone?, posted by Clearskies on August 29, 2017, at 14:49:08

Hi CLearSkies,
i'm running out of options. i'd like to know more of what you expereinced by way of comparisons between Rexulti and Abilify. I was on abilify and got extreme aggitation on it.
If you have any comments i'd love to hear them.
thanks!


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