By: Kathleen Smith
Reviewed by: Robert Jasmer, MD
Tamiflu (oseltamivir) is a brand-name prescription medication that is used to treat people infected with influenza viruses. Tamiflu comes in the following forms:
- Oral suspension
Most insurance plans will cover the cost of Tamiflu. If your insurance does not cover the cost of Tamiflu, check with the manufacturer or your pharmacy to see if coupons are available to lower the cost. You can also check to see if your insurance covers the cost of its generic version oseltamivir, or talk to your doctor about potential alternative medications.
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