For women with postmenopausal osteoporosis at high risk for fracture

Getting Your TYMLOS Prescription Filled

Your prescription will need to be sent to a specialty pharmacy that can dispense TYMLOS.

What is a specialty pharmacy?

Like your local pharmacy, specialty pharmacies prepare and dispense prescription medications. The difference is, specialty pharmacies are able to manage medications that local pharmacies may not. They’ll usually process your prescription, confirm shipping details over the phone (be on lookout for their call) and then send it to you by mail.

Here’s how it works:

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Get your prescription

First, your doctor will write your prescription for TYMLOS and send it to the specialty pharmacy. It's a good idea to ask your doctor the name of your specialty pharmacy.

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Insurance check

Next, the specialty pharmacy will work with your health insurance company to help determine your coverage.

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Talk with the specialty pharmacy

Your specialty pharmacy will likely call you to ask for your shipping information (to send you your medication directly).

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Receive TYMLOS

The specialty pharmacy will mail your TYMLOS to your preferred address. They will most likely require a signature for the package. TYMLOS is delivered in a sealed, cooled package. You should call the specialty pharmacy if you think there might be issues with receiving your package.

Prescription support through Together with Tymlos

Together with Tymlos may assist you throughout the prescription process. A case manager will reach out over the phone with information about your prescription.

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Don't forget

You can call Together with Tymlos at 1-866-896-56741-866-896-5674 for more information about TYMLOS.

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