I have not had any side affects from the Rapatha nor from the Pralulent when I was taking that. It is great.
My wife does not like the thought of the needle, but it is almost painless when I do it right. I learned early to not move the pen around after I press the button. )
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My Insurance company chose for me.
I had a long history of failure on the statins. Then I was on Niacin and Zetia for several years. I felt better on those but they were not as effective. That was all before my CABG. After the CABG my doctor gave me Pralulent from samples the durg reps provided. My insurance claim was denied as well, but because of my history my insurance said they would approve Rapatha. That was on a trail period of about 9 months and my doctor again provide lab results showing the progress. That was the way I got approved. The staff at the doctors office did a great job pushing my paperwork thru at least 3 times prior to the 9 month trial. My insurance company wanted proof of the history of failure on the other drugs before they would finally approve the Rapatha. Keep at it, persistence was key for me.
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