Mydayis Coupons & Assistance Programs
Prescription medications are expensive. Daily medications like Mydayis can be hard to afford long-term. Mydayis can be prescribed to patients diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The Rx Advocates help patients get the daily medications they need at an affordable cost.
There is no good reason for people to have to choose between medications and other daily expenses. We at The Rx Advocates connect people with patient assistance programs. These programs offer name-brand prescriptions at no cost to people who qualify.
Cost Using The Rx Advocates
Estimated Retail Price*
One Dose Pack
Who are The Rx Advocates?
The Rx Advocates are a nationally recognized prescription advocacy program. We work to help people get into patient assistance programs. Pharmaceutical manufacturers offer these programs to people that cannot afford their medications. We can connect people with over 100 United States patient assistance programs. These programs cover at least 800 FDA-approved medications.
At The Rx Advocates, we are not an insurance company. Discount card programs or coupons are not something that The Rx Advocates provide. We help people save money on needed prescription medications. Patients need these prescription medications to live their healthiest lives each day.
We understand how to get through the process of applying for pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs. When patients allow The Rx Advocates to help them through the process of getting into patient assistance programs, there will not be any hidden charges.
The only cost to the patient is the $60-$90 service fee. The service fee is based on how many medications the patient needs. They will not be asked to pay anything more than that service fee each month.
Do I Qualify for Mydayis Patient
Assistance with The Rx Advocates?
Patient assistance programs have specific income requirements. With The Rx Advocates, most patients need to meet the following requirements:
- An individual can qualify earning up to $40,000 annually
- A couple can qualify earning up to $60,000 annually
- A large family can qualify earning up to $100,000 annually
Requirements can vary between programs. Contact us so we can check your individual situation.
Mydayis Prescription Discounts:
Frequently Asked Questions
Mydayis (mixed salts of a single-entity amphetamine product) is a daily medicine prescribed for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Mydayisis for patients 13 years of age and older.
Patients with ADHD have a difficult time with organization and focusing on tasks. They may also have a hard time with impulse control.
ADHD is caused by an imbalance of messenger molecules in the brain. It is thought that low dopamine is the primary cause of ADHD.
Some common symptoms of ADHD include:
- Lack of focus
- Poor time management
- Low impulse control
- Exaggerated emotions
Symptoms of ADHD can be different for each person. ADHD is often diagnosed in children, but it can be diagnosed when someone is an adult.
There are three types of ADHD:
- Inattentive type
- Hyperactive-impulsive type
- Combined type
People with primarily inattentive ADHD have difficulty finishing tasks and following directions. They can be easily distracted. They can also have a hard time keeping track of their belongings.
People with primarily hyperactive-impulsive ADHD have low impulse control. They may have a hard time sitting still and interrupt other people often.
The third type of ADHD is combined ADHD. For someone to be diagnosed with this type they must show at least six symptoms of each of the two other types. For any of the ADHD diagnoses, patients must show symptoms for more than six months and in more than one place. For example, having symptoms at school or their job and at home.
There are other medications approved by the FDA for the treatment of ADHD. They include:
- Ritalin (methylphenidate)
- Focalin (dexmethylphenidate)
- Ritalin LA (methylphenidate extended-release)
- Focalin XR (dexmethylphenidate extended-release)
- Concerta (methylphenidate extended-release)
- Daytrana patch (methylphenidate)
- Adderall (amphetamine salts)
- Adderall XR (amphetamine salts extended-release)
- Vyvanse (lisdexamphetamine)
As of August 2021, the average retail cost of Mydayis is $367.63.
The cost of Mydayis can vary based on different factors. The price can be different based on:
- Where the patient lives
- What pharmacy the patient uses
- If the patient has insurance or not
Mydayis is available in capsule form in 12.5mg, 25mg, 37.5mg and 50mg per capsule. The maximum per-day dose is 50mg.
A prescription coupon is different from a patient assistance program. The Rx Advocates does not offer prescription drug coupons. We would like to explain how a prescription drug coupon works.
When someone is prescribed Mydayis by their doctor they might do an internet search for a coupon. This is not surprising considering the cost of a 30 day supply. Some patients may feel like they cannot get Mydayis without a coupon. Affording it can be even harder if they are taking other prescription medications too. However, coupons may not be the best deal.
Patients may still have a large out-of-pocket cost even if they find a Mydayis coupon. Some coupons can only be used one time, so the next month patients will pay full price.
Get Mydayis Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates
At The Rx Advocates, our goal is to help people and their families afford the prescription medications they need. We know how expensive prescriptions can be. This is especially true for patients who do not have health insurance.
Patient assistance programs can be the best option for patients with no health insurance. These programs can also help patients that do have insurance that does not include prescription coverage. It is even possible that people with insurance, but high copays, can still qualify for patient assistance programs.
With The Rx Advocates, your monthly prescription medication prices stay the same. The only cost is the service fee each month. For one prescription per month, the service fee is $60; for two, the fee is $70. If a patient needs three medications the service fee is $80. If we help a patient with four or more prescriptions each month the service fee is $90.
Patient assistance programs can be a lifeline for people who need medications each month but cannot afford the expense. Many pharmaceutical manufacturers have these programs available. The paperwork to apply for the programs can be long and confusing. Sometimes people do not know these programs exist.
No one should have to go without the medications that improve their quality of life. The Rx Advocates can help. Please contact us today to get started.