More often than not, your plan will offer something similar that will work for you. If your prescribing doctor knows a specific reason why the drugs listed in the plan’s formulary will cause you harm or not meet your needs, you can request an exception.
Also remember that you are still allowed to get prescriptions that are not listed in your plan’s formulary. If you were unable to get an exception, you will have to cover the expense of the medication.
The best course of action you can take to find out if the drugs you are taking are covered under a Medicare Part D Plan is to schedule a consultation with a health insurance provider in your area.