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Old 01-19-2019, 05:17 AM   #1
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So anyway I could not pay for vraylar this past time due to a deductible, The compromise that my psychiatrist came up with was to take risperidone until I meet my Deductible then switch back to vraylar in a few months I just hope I can meet at $2600 deductible on six medications
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Old 01-19-2019, 06:59 AM   #2
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So anyway I could not pay for vraylar this past time due to a deductible, The compromise that my psychiatrist came up with was to take risperidone until I meet my Deductible then switch back to vraylar in a few months I just hope I can meet at $2600 deductible on six medications
Wow, that's a hefty deductible! I could never afford that. Have you tried Vraylar before?
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Yes I was on vraylar for six months it worked very well and I felt very good but last year I met my deductible and did not realize it when he prescribed it, my deductible resets January 1 so I have to meet the deductible before I can go back to vraylar
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