Belsomra Coupons & Assistance Programs
Paying for monthly prescription medications can be very expensive. If someone has been diagnosed with insomnia, they could be prescribed Belsomra. The Rx Advocates help people be able to afford monthly prescription medications.
It can be discouraging to look at the prices of medications that someone needs and wonder if they can still pay all the bills too. With The Rx Advocates, people can save money on their monthly medications through patient assistance programs. Pharmaceutical manufacturers put together patient assistance programs to help people who can not afford their medications.
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Who are The Rx Advocates?
The Rx Advocates help people use patient assistance programs to get their needed medications. We work with over 100 United States pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs. We help people be able to afford over 800 FDA-approved medications that they may need. This includes the top 100 prescribed medications in the U.S. Our advocacy program is recognized at the national level.
The Rx Advocates is not an insurance plan, discount card, or prescription drug coupon. We help people get into patient assistance programs for their prescriptions. A patient assistance program provides free or discounted medications to patients who meet certain criteria. These programs are usually sponsored by the pharmaceutical companies that make the medications.
Many people do not know these programs exist. Those that do know about them and try to apply may get discouraged and quit trying. The process can be complicated. We help patients get into these programs stress-free.
People who use The Rx Advocates to get their medications will find the only cost is the service fee that depends on the number of drugs they are using each month. The service fee is $60-$90 a month and no more. There are no surprises or hidden charges.
Do I Qualify for Belsomra Patient
Assistance with The Rx Advocates?
Most patient assistance programs have specific income criteria. With The Rx Advocates most patients need to meet the following requirements:
- Income up to $40,000 annually for an individual
- Income up to $60,000 annually for a couple
- Income up to $100,000 annually for a large family
Some pharmaceutical companies may have different requirements. Contact us so we can check to see if you qualify.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Belsomra (suvorexant) is a prescription medication to treat insomnia. Insomnia is a sleep disorder where people have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep through the night.
A person who has insomnia for less than 3 months has short-term (acute) insomnia. Insomnia that lasts three months or longer is considered long-term (chronic) insomnia.
Symptoms of insomnia can be:
- Finding it hard to go to sleep
- Waking up during the night
- Lying awake at night
- Waking up early and not being able to go back to sleep
- Finding it hard to take a daytime nap even though they are tired
- Still feeling tired after waking up
- Finding it difficult to concentrate during the day because of tiredness
Anyone who has any of the symptoms on a regular basis might have insomnia. Some common causes of insomnia can be stress and anxiety. Noise and alcohol, caffeine, and nicotine can also contribute to insomnia.
Belsomra helps people fall asleep and stay asleep through the night. It should be taken within 30 minutes of going to bed. Patients should only take Belsomra when they have at least 7 hours to sleep. The morning after taking Belsomra patients may have decreased awareness and decreased alertness. They may also experience sleepiness during the day.
Belsomra has not been tested in children under the age of 18. People with narcolepsy should not use Belsomra.
Belsomra is a controlled substance and has the potential for abuse and addiction. Selling it or giving it to people who do not have a prescription for it is against the law.
The price of Belsomra can vary. The different factors that could affect the price include:
- Where the patient lives
- Which pharmacy the patient uses
- If the patient has insurance or not
As of March 2021, the average out-of-pocket cost for someone not using insurance is $450.80 for 30 tablets of the 10mg dosage. Belsomra is available in 5mg, 10mg, 15mg and 20mg tablets.
The Rx Advocates do not offer coupons, but we do want to explain how a prescription coupon works. When a patient is prescribed Belsomra, they will probably do a quick internet search for a coupon. Most people do not want to pay over $400 every thirty days for their medication.
Some people may be concerned that they will not be able to pick up their medication because of the price. Having insomnia is frustrating, adding to financial stress can make insomnia worse. Using a coupon that is available at a Wal-Mart pharmacy will bring the price down to $405.16, but that is still very expensive. A coupon available for Wegmans puts the price at $386.26. Quite often coupons can only be used one time. Some coupons can be used for a one-month supply, but then the price goes back to the full amount.
Get Belsomra Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates
Getting patients the monthly medications they need to stay healthy at a reasonable price is the heart of The Rx Advocates. We know how challenging the prices of prescription medications can be for many people. This is especially true if the patient does not have health insurance that covers medications. It can also be challenging if they do have insurance but with high copays. Many pharmaceutical companies offer patient assistance programs to help patients who qualify, but people may not know about these programs.
Patients without health insurance will benefit from patient assistance programs, and help is available for those who do have insurance through the same programs. Patient assistance programs can help them save money. The Rx Advocates can help those with insurance and without insurance access the patient assistance programs without the stress of trying to figure it out alone.
The service fee for one prescription per month is $60, two prescriptions cost $70, three prescriptions cost $80. It is only $90 per month if someone needs four or more prescriptions. Without help four prescriptions could easily cost the patient thousands of dollars every month. At The Rx Advocates, we are here to help you save money and stay healthy.
Would you like more information about how The Rx Advocates can help you? Saving hundreds of dollars is possible. The cost for each medication will stay the same, there are no hidden fees. No more than the monthly service fee will be charged. We can check anyone’s eligibility for patient assistance programs. Please contact us today to get started.