@RachelG8489 I just did the math... $280 saved on non-generic Depo Provera! (The generic doesn't take care of my PMS as well, and apparently I need to not punch people in order to be considered a functioning member of adult society.)
@Michelle As someone who has autoimmune disease, I have broken down for several people exactly what my costs are, both with and without insurance. It has changed several people's minds who didn't realize that, yes, medications CAN cost $10,000/year (or $1,000/year even after insurance) (and that's assuming that I don't get sick, which can range from $5 [thank you, Doctor who will call in scrips without an appointment] to $300 out of pocket, with good insurance!). Most of the people I've spoken to who are opposed to it are people who have complete coverage (state employees, retired state employees, retired postal workers, etc.) and simply don't realize how expensive healthcare can be, even for "normal, mostly-healthy" people like me.