1. 2310 POINTS
    Steve AdlmanPRO
    Owner, Alabama Medicare Plans, Birmingham, Alabama
    I am not aware of any Medicare Part D Plan that offers coverage for Cialis.
    Answered on December 26, 2015
  2. 23 POINTS
    Gilbert Williams
    Insurance Sales Executive, Insurance Services Marketing, LLC,
    Currently no Medicare Part D plan will pay for Cialis as this is not considered a necessary drug. You may get a discount by using a card provided by your local pharmacy for discounts. Always ask your druggist to check the price with insurance against the price with their discount card. On occasions the discount card is cheaper for some drugs.
    Answered on January 19, 2016
  3. 15786 POINTS
    Bob VineyardPRO
    Founder, Georgia Medicare Plans, Atlanta,GA
    Medicare Part D plans do not cover Cialis. Some plans will cover low dose Levitra when prescribed by your doctor to treat BPH. Ask your doctor and your current drug plan carrier before proceeding.

    One other consideration is to purchase your ED drug from a Canadian pharmacy. The prices are about 30% less for brand names and considerably lower for generics. There are also some US pharmacy's that are selling Sildenafil (generic Viagra) when you have a valid prescription.
    Answered on February 4, 2016
  4. 521 POINTS
    Edward Crowe
    Owner, Crowe and Associates, Brookfield, CT
    There are not any that cover it currently but that could change at some point for those using it to treat prostrate issues. It will depend on if there is a enough evidence to show that Cialis is a viable treatment option for prostrate issue and there is not another drug that can do the same thing.
    Answered on February 12, 2016
  5. 2775 POINTS
    Joe 'Gravy' GravesPRO
    Owner, I Hate Buying Insurance, Nashville TN
    That's funny... I DID FIND that medication "covered" by a Part D Plan... in my state... Here is what you need to do. Go to medicare dot gov. Then click on "Find Health and drug plans. >>> Add your Zip code >>> I usually check both of the "I don't know" buttons. Just gets you through faster >>> Type in your drug name & pick the dosage. The system will default to the most common dosage/quantity >>> I chose 3 plan in my area... ONE of the 3 DOES cover the Rx. Tier 3 level. The other two said not on formulary >>> I then popped over to Costco. You can see the cost of many medications right from their website. Not all drugs. They only list like the most prescribed. It's a GREAT tool for comparing prices. AAHHH. I see that it is cheaper to just walk in to Costco (or mail order or go to Sam's / BJ's or price compare with a local pharmacy). SO THE ANSWER IS >>> Yes. There could be a Part D that "covers" Cialis. You have to look at plans in YOUR area.

    Yet, I would like to ask a different question. IS IT WORTH having a plan that "covers" Cialis? Based on the math alone.... NO. I wouldn't advise it. Looks like you can buy it cheaper without "coverage" AND why would you want the cost to get you closer to the donut hole? If the Rx is "covered", it counts... putting you closer & closer to the gap. YIKES!! You might need the coverage for something lifesaving one day. Shop around & get a better deal.
    Answered on February 13, 2016
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