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    Everett Debrow, Jr.
    Principal Agent, Patriarch Associates,LLC, Opelika, Alabama
    Hello! This question is a doozey!
    By law, Medicare does not cover prescription vitamins. The notable exceptions are prenatal vitamins and certain vitamin D analogs used for medically acceptable purposes. In some cases, vitamins that are verified by a health professional as "medically necessary" can qualify for Medicare coverage. A request must be made for a formulary exception to be signed by a licensed health professional.
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    Answered on October 18, 2017
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