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  1. Please help me find an insurance company and plan that'll help me pay for accutane! Coventry doesn't cover accutane and wants me to pay $410 for a mo supply of 30mg Claravis. iPledge gave me a 7-day window to pick up my meds and I need to switch insurance FAST!! What insurance company do you have and what plan? How much do you pay for your derm visits and medication?
  2. I love Accutane / Isotretinoin. To make things simple, I posted my story in Acne.org under the blog section. I hope I can help someone with my story! http://www.acne.org/messageboard/blog/7979/entry-29321-sores-to-soaring-i-love-accutane/
  3. afwestberry

    So Frustrated!

    Hi everybody! So, I've finished my month of birth control. Yay! But.. no accutane yet. I got all my blood work done, the pregnancy test, etc. (which really sucked bc I've had a kidney infection & I've been stuck with all kinds of needles the past week ) and my derm cleared me on iPledge Friday. So, I got my prescription and iPledge ID card, all excited and what not only to go to the nearest CVS to find that they don't have Clavaris 20 mg in stock. So, I call around and NOBODY has it in stoc
  4. I'm really in need of Accutane. I almost had it from my last dermatologist, but my insurance didn't cover it. I've tried everything else. I'm going to be on Medicaid soon, hoping that it'll be able to cover the cost of it, but it's considered 'cosmetic' It gets to the point where it's really messing with my mental state. Which I think should be taken into account. I e-mailed pharmacuetical companies, and most of them to not offer help for Accutane. Are there any other patient assistance programs
  5. So, this is my very first post on this forum. I sure wish it were under better circumstance... The Back Story: I have been suffering with acne for about 7 years, and it has gotten progressively worse. I have tried all kinds of over-the-counter things to combat the issue, tried Proactive, & I own a Clarisonic brush. I've been put on Tazorac, Minocyclin & Doxycycline. None of this has helped much at all. Recently: So when I went to a new dermatologist she recommended that I begin
  6. Hello. My primary reason for writing this is to obtain some feedback from people who have successfully ordered their Accutane, Claravis, or other brand isotretinoin from online Canadian pharmacies such as canadadrugsonline.com. If you'd like, you can stop reading now and share your experience, but I do have some other information to share: In my experience, it seems an online pharmacy is the only plausible way for me to get Accutane at a reasonable cost. My family's current health insurance i
  7. I got prescribed Accutane (Clarvis) in mid-January. I went to the Pharmacy to pick it up and they said that it was 821 dollars! I bought it thinking that maybe my insurance company would pay me back but that same night my mother said that they wouldn't and she made me take it back. Luckily the lady let me return it. I have care first and apparently we have a really high deductible or something. I'm only 18 i don't even know how all this stuff works. It just seems really unfair that people wi
  8. x3shortcake

    Allkids Healthcare

    Is anyone here on AllKids Healthcare? Will it cover for the dermatologist visit and Accutane??
  9. Need some advise on researching accutane prices after insurance. The pharmacist said that they can't give us the insurance price until they enter our iPledge number. Once they enter the iPledge number can we still try to go somewhere else to get another insurance quote? I heard that we couldn't.
  10. LizzardBlog

    Accutane Cost

    I wanted to give a little note about insurance. I pay $200 per month in insurance, which is a little pricey. However, I only pay $10 for my Accutane prescription and $20 for each derm visit. I have Cigna Premium, which is more comprehensive than others, but I really think it is worth it. Accutane is really expensive!
  11. Don't have insurance? Did you know you can get up to 75% off your prescription for free? I don't go to the doctors often so maybe you already know this. There were a bunch of free cards on my derm's desk call RxRelief cards. Here's the card information, they're all the same. Member ID: SRK189264 BIN 015756 GRP 7028BBB PCN RELIEF The first day I bought Accutane I didn't have my prescription card and I was able to just give them the ID, BIN and GRP and they accepted it. If you're not com
  12. NotablePod

    Is It Worth It?

    Hi guys, Ever since a teenager I've had cystic acne. I've been on antibiotics for it but they didn't work and made me nauseous. I've tried many topical solutions such as differin with no luck. It started to go away in my early 20s, completely went away while using the Acne.org regimen, then at 22 or 23 lightly came back. However this year has been an acne nightmare for me. I've tried going back on the regimen, switching my birth control and changing my diet but nothing has helped. Its to the
  13. I love Accutane / Isotretinoin. I was on it 2 times. My younger bother was on it 3 times. Now, my son is on it (Absorica). I'm a holistic eco-nature nerd. I've tried EVERYTHING. I learned to judge kindly and that there are no absolutes. There is also a lot of ignorance out there. Post Accutane, I've been on Ortho Tri-Cyclen and I'm currently on Spironolactone. I decided, since my son is now on Accutane (Absorica), it was time to tell my story. I've BEEN THROUGH IT ALL!!! I had me
  14. So which health insurances cover accutane and all of that in australia? and if so how much did you pay with cover as well as without?
  15. Hello, I'm Arthur This is my very first pot on Acne.org. I'm 28 and i've been battling with acne since i was 15 (It's been 13 long years and It's just tyring). I have a very greasy skin which I think has been one of the major contributing elements of my acne and moderately greasy hair . I started spotting acne on my back a few years back but now it's totally rare. I've also had acne on my chest for a short period of time and it was so rare but its almost gone now. I have acne under e
  16. Please excuse me for this post, but I am so frustrated with my body acne. I am such a freak that I get acne even in weird places like my forearms, hands, and stomach. And yes, I do think that it's actual acne for reasons that I will explain later in this post. MY RANT Having weird body acne is so frustrating because I'm such a freak. Virtually nobody else gets acne in such weird places. It's at least somewhat socially acceptable to have acne on the face, back, or chest. It's frustrating
  17. Hi guys, I'll try to make this short as much as possible. Thank you for bearing with me. I appreciate any advice/comments and I'll try to contribute back with my own experience/knowledge/advice. I just recently went to my 2nd dermatologist appointment today. The 1st one was a different doctor and about 1-2 years ago. I had HIGH hopes today, because at this point, I'm getting desperate. I'm tired, honestly. I'm tired of having this acne for over 7 years with it being almost at its worst right
  18. I was wondering whether my new insurance provider would provide for accutane. I got subscribed this insurance yesterday and it said they provide for isotretinoin.But will they still give me accutane if I didn't show I have taken other medications to no avail(which i did),given the fact I'm a new customer?
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