Does Insurance cover Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
This question is about thoughts on low dose naltrexone (LDN) being covered by insurance. I will say that I bet you can find a better cash-paid price versus insurance, because it's a compounded medication, and most insurance companies aren't contracted with compounding pharmacies. So you could probably find a cash-pay price of between $60-80 (US) for a 3 month supply. So I would kind of say that most insurance companies probably don't cover compounded medications.
Answered by Sam Lebsock, PharmD