I don’t qualify for my insurance assistance, what can I do?


What is the deal with tadalafil? The generic is going to cost me $592 a month ( I’m in coverage gap). My sildenafil is $33 for 3 months! I’m on Medicare w Aarp united insurance. I don’t qualify for the assistance program. Any thoughts? I am having such a hard time remembering to take all three sildenafil pills every day I typically miss one at least half the days.

elij_mckinney replied 6 months ago

I didn't read all replies but, for me, started out on Tadalifil and switched to Sildenafil due to pricing. I use GoodRx and bypass my Medicare, costs me abt $28. I'll take pills three times per day to save $500 per month any time at all :o) Good luck, it gets easier ;o)

ab_sutton replied 6 months ago

Use goodrx.com coupons. I used it when insurance was denying Sildenafil. Here is the page for Tadalafil. You can get a month's worth of meds for as low as $18.90. I could walk into the local Albertsons and pay $29. https://www.goodrx.com/tadalafil-cialis This is with no insurance at all and just paying cash.

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