Enon, Ohio
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My Dr prescibed a medication for me for 30 pills (1 ea per day) and I went and picked up the prescription from CVS. I looked at the prescition the next day and there are only 6 pills.

The QTY on the bottle even said 6 pills. I know my insurance pays for 15 pills per month and I am responsible for the other 15. But the just gave me 6. When I called and asked what was going on, they said that my insurance only pays for 6.

I told them they pay for 15. They checked and said I was right and they would give me the the other 9 pills. First of all, how can they do this ? She said that most insurances just pay for 6 so that is what they gave me.

Do they not even check to see what insurance I have ? Is someone trying to steal these pills ? Are they just trying to fraud the insurance company as well as myself by billing them for 15 and only giving 6 ? If my Dr prescibes 30 and my insurance does not cover 30, shouldn't they contact me and ask me how I want to handle it ?

I am not sure how I can get the other 15 pills even if I wanted to pay for it myself at this point. CVS could be setting themselves up for a law suit if this type of activity is not stopped.

Review about: Cvs Pharmacy Prescription Refill.

Monetary Loss: $50.

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yes it is true most insurance does pay for a certain amount of E.D. medication every 30 days.

Sounds like yours is not the "norm" and pays for 15/month. i've seen some pay for 4 per 30 days. We figured they let you do it every weekend. don't freak out, they will fix it.

nobody is trying to pocket your E.D. meds.


People like this guy who made the comment are so dumb. You don't know anything and should shut up and get a real erection.


That *** Viagra have people going crazy

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