YES! Pharmacies are only allowed to substitute according to the laws that govern your state’s pharmacies. It has nothing to do with how you pay. You will only be provided with a birth control that is FDA approved and purchased from a verified wholesaler or manufacturer.
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- Can I submit the medical consult fee to be reimbursed by my FSA or HSA?
- Do all patients have to pay a consultation fee?
- Can I use credits to cover the consultation fee?
- What happens if my prescription request doesn’t get approved - will I get a refund for my consultation?
- Is the consultation covered by my health insurance provider?
- Is the consultation fee the same for all of your health care services?
- How much does an online consultation cost?
- What is a drug formulary list?
- What is a prior authorization?
- What do I do if my medication is a non-covered item on my insurance plan?