Goodrx? You may have to front the straterra out of pocket. This sounds awful. Your plan, the Dr. you replaced. I’ve never heard about the Dr. having only an option to prescribe a non-stimulant as per your insurance.
As a patient, you still have alot of rights about what rx you won’t/will accept. Wow, a quick goodrx search shows that this med is around $80 starting dose.
You should have options—-you need to arm yourself with the knowledge of your insurance plan & formulary (list of drugs your insurance covers: Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3).
Are you medicare?