Fertility Finance and FAQ's
Does Metro Drugs Offer Discounts on Fertility Medications?
Yes. Metro Drugs has the following programs available.
ReUnite Assist can provide you an additional savings of up to 75% off the cost of Follistim, Ganirelix, and Pregnyl for uninsured, cash-pay patients.
Apply online for Reunite Assist at reuniterx.com/discount-programs.
ReUnite will render a decision within 24-48 hours and can answer any additional questions you may have.
ReUnite Reassurance is a program that replaces Follistim, Ganirelix, and Pregnyl at no additional cost should you test positive for COVID-19 and/or require quarantine mid-cycle (resulting in a canceled or delayed IVF cycle). To review the requirements and apply online, visit reuniterx.com/coronavirus.
Military (Active or Veteran) members and spouses automatically receive a minimum discount of 25% off Follistim, Ganirelix, and Pregnyl with a valid military ID or DD Form 214.
Does Metro Drugs Have Financing Available?
Yes. Metro Drugs participates in Capex MD and the Lending Club to offer an affordable way to finance fertility medications and treatments. For assistance, contact Capex MD at 888.497.8414 or visit lendingclub.com for more information.
My doctor/nurse prescripbed Gonal-F, can I switch to Follistim?
Yes. The difference comes down to cost. These medications do the same job as they are both stimulation medications containing FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone). Most doctors will use these medications interchangeably. It's important to know that one is not generic and the other the brand name, these are simply made by two different pharmaceutical companies. Follistim is manufactured by Merck pharmaceuticals and Gonal-F is manufactured by Serono pharmaceuticals (think of it like Coke vs Pepsi). Metro Drugs gets discount pricing from Merck on Follistim, Ganirelix, and Pregnyl and we're happy to pass these savings along.