We’ve all been there.
We have all gone to the doctor and been prescribed medication.
We have all gone to the pharmacy, only to find that the cost of the medication is much higher than anticipated—even with insurance.
When this happens, you might:
- Leave the prescription at the pharmacy and call your doctor’s office in search of an alternative.
- Get the medication, but take less than the recommended quantity in order to “budget” the amount you need.
- Exit the pharmacy and do nothing at all—no calling your doctor, no picking up your medication.