Anyone using Tailor Made Compounding for their peptides?

cappy

New Member
The actual drug cost on this from Tailor is $100. The other $300 im guessing is the professional fee and office visit fee from your doctor.
Sadly, that was the cost of the peptide alone. Looks like I got screwed. If the actual drug cost can be substantiated, I'd be interested in that data. Otherwise, I'm interested in where I source it for $100.
 

stem1

New Member
Sadly, that was the cost of the peptide alone. Looks like I got screwed. If the actual drug cost can be substantiated, I'd be interested in that data. Otherwise, I'm interested in where I source it for $100.

Did you pay your doctor or the pharmacy the money?
 

DS3

Active Member
What I was trying to say is that there was an office visit fee on top of the cost of the peptide.
Last year I consulted with a doctor (I'll leaves names anonymous) who quoted me $300 for a 1-month supply of Ibutamoren from Empower Pharmacy. I told him that from my usual doctor I get it directly through Empower for $140. He was both embarrassed and aggravated at the fact that Empower sells direct to patients (as in the patient, with a RX gets the medication at base cost with on mark up).

So there are definitely doctors out there with a business model that includes sizeable markups in prescription prices.
 

Cataceous

Well-Known Member
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So there are definitely doctors out there with a business model that includes sizeable markups in prescription prices.
This markup does seem high, but in fairness to one particular major telemedicine clinic, if you're only charging $90 twice a year for consultations then it's not unreasonable to make some money on medications.
 
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Eklutna

New Member
I ordered some stuff there last week but haven’t received it yet. They quit selling a lot of peptides due to an FDA crackdown on what they are allowed to sell with their type of license. A bunch of regulatory BS. The customer service lady who took my payment info asked me to sign a petition at Save Peptides | Save Peptides allowing broader use of peptides. She was really dodgy about telling me WHICH items from their catalog are no longer in stock. They also won’t disclose prices until you have a prescription. So once you get a prescription you can find out if they still sell it and how much it is. Your doctor needs to register for a provider portal where he enters the prescription for you.
 
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