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... For those of you on IV Rocephin or who have had it in the past, how long did your insurance cover you to be on it? ... (2 replies)
... plaquenil and mepron. I also have an MS dx due to the number of lesions and their location. My doctor is now recommending I start 2 months of IV Rocephin to get the meds into the central nervous system faster. I will need to have a PICC line inserted at a local hospital. I'll admit this scares me alot! ... (12 replies)
... My doctor wants to start me asap on IV rocephin. ... (5 replies)

... I tried calling my insurance company TWICE today, to no avail. ... (9 replies)
... I called some LLMD's offices and inquired about their practice, i.e. IV therapy, oral, etc. ... (5 replies)
... With God's grace, my insurance company is still paying for my IV drugs. So far that's five months and ten days they've covered. ... (2 replies)
... I Just started IV Rocephin 5 days ago. My LLMD does not take my insurance. I went thru my family dr to get everything done. ... (9 replies)
Jun 11, 2007
... I am also on IV Rocephin, in the middle of my 5th week. I am waiting for the phone call from my insurance company saying they won't pay anymore. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Keep on the insurance company most insurance companies list on their website what medications are covered and which ones need special approval I am still on the rocephin and have had the herx reactions Ride them through and you will get better go on the boards and educate yourself and this can be quite easy to tolerate once you know what you are to expect I have been... (9 replies)
... Just found out my insurance company will no longer pay for my IV Rocephin. ... (8 replies)
... Hi sickandconfused. Regarding IV treatment, often people are shown how to do the infusions themselves. ... (5 replies)
... Hi all...these past weeks I've been feeling too crummy from lyme to talk about lyme, so haven't posted for a while. I'm on week 7 of IV rocephin, and while I've seen some brief periods of improvement, on the whole it's been an uphill battle. ... (0 replies)
... Now I am on IV Rocephin and oral Biaxin. I keep forgetting to ask her to put me back on the Levaquin. ... (3 replies)
... My LLMD gave me a script for Rocephin but my insurance won't cover it. The pharmacist told me to get a script for ceftriaxone and see if my insurance will cover that instead. I think it's a generic. ... (2 replies)
... ot stress enough that 30 days worth of abx will not be enough to treat your infection, especially if you are presenting with neurological symptoms, unfortunately insurance rarely covers the cost of treatment for lyme, and most of us have to fund the treatment ourselves. ... (3 replies)
... I told you in another post what my part was for the IV. I am on Texas High Risk Insurance because nobody wants me because the neuros said I had MS. I don't. ... (5 replies)
... I know what you mean about feeling worse. I am also in the same situation . I am planning on appealing the insurance desision . You can look for Lyme info online to help you through this . ... (8 replies)
... that was a big "duh" on my part to not update folks on my experience with IV Rocephin for 11 weeks. ... (8 replies)
Sep 16, 2008
... I had Blue Cross Blue Shield and they covered my antibiotics. Then I had Cigna and they covered my IV Rocephin and my IV Zithromax for 9 months! ... (4 replies)
... however, you can get help. Roche manufactures Rocephin and they have a patient assistance program that can provide Rocephin at no charge to people who are uninsured or whose insurance will not cover treatment. You should be able to find the information on their website. ... (6 replies)

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