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You feel best when taking brand name Synthroid® or Tirosint®/Tirosint®-SOL, but your copay is so high that you can’t afford your brand-name medication.

WHAT COULD BE GOING ON?

 

You're not taking advantage of manufacturer's copay cards for these medications. Copay cards are special discount cards offered by drug manufacturers that provide a discount off your insurance copay. Using a copay coupon, you may be able to pay significantly less than your copay amount for your levothyroxine. For Synthroid®and Tirosint®/Tirosint®-SOL, in most cases you’ll pay no more than $25 a month. 


ACTION PLAN:

Get a manufacturer copay card for your Synthroid®, Tirosint®, or Tirosint®-SOL. 

Synthroid® “Before Breakfast Club:” AbbVie’s “Before Breakfast Club” has a copay card for Synthroid, which gets most patients with insurance a copay of no more than $25 copay for a one-month supply. You can sign up for the Before Breakfast Club at https://www.Synthroid.com/support/before-breakfast-club.

Tirosint®/Tirosint®-SOL Copay Savings Card: A Tirosint® copay savings card will save up to $105 off your Tirosint® or Tirosint®-SOL prescription every month. According to the manufacturer, 9 out of 10 patients with insurance will pay as little as $25 for a month’s supply when using the card. For information, go to:  https://Tirosint.com/patient-savings-resources/ways-to-save/copay-savings-card.  You can download a copay card at https://coupon.tirosint.com.

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