As with other medications and treatments, this will depend on your insurance carrier and coverage. It’s best to talk to someone at your insurance company to find out—you may find a contact number on the back of your insurance card.
Your doctor’s office may be able to contact your insurance carrier to determine your benefits as well. Also, if your doctor prescribes treatment with a subcutaneous methotrexate auto-injector pen, the company that markets your pen may offer a patient support program to help you afford your prescription. Visit the product website to see if such a program is available.