You might also want to use GoodRx.com to get a better price on Naltrexone at local pharmacies. Best to select the pharmacy that you want to use before you connect with MDProactive so you can tell them where to send the prescription. You don't need to sign up with GoodRx, just type in the medication you're looking for.
BTW, Pathway Healthcare *might* also be offering TSM in your area, but I have no idea what they charge. Might be worth a phone call. I know that MDProactive.com has fairly low prices, but Pathway might offer more help, therapy, etc.
Welcome to the OSL forum joann1984 . You'll find a lot of nonjudgmental support and camaraderie here.
joesixpack is totally right about GoodRx having great coupons. I just refilled my prescription for 90 50mg tabs at Costco using a coupon from GoodRx and the price was about $55, which is the cheapest I've ever paid for the drug. I've found Costco has the cheapest prices on naltrexone with or without a coupon. I buy it retail because if I used insurance I'd be limited to 30/month and it's more expensive that way.
Good luck finding a physician or using MDProactive. I've heard good things about this telemedicine provider.
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