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... Today I received a registered letter from Blue Shield, my health insurance company for decades. I've been with the same pain doctor for seven years and have been on the same meds and dosages for seven years. I am in shock. ... (12 replies)
... Since I don't have an income I cannot afford to buy insurance right now either. ... (4 replies)
... I'd like to get back on those medications though, so I'm trying to find a cheap insurance plan with good prescription coverage, and nothing else. Does something like that exist? ... (1 replies)

... There are doctors out there that you can go to with no insurance and no income that will let you fill out financial assistance. Research your options if your doctor won't give you enough refills. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks so much. I hope mine will do the same. Even six months would help a lot so in case I get a job sometime soon (fingers crossed); it will give me enough time to acquire some form of insurance. I get mixed opinions on this issue, some people say that the doctor won't do it, while other's say that he might extend the prescriptions but only for one month (that's hardly... (4 replies)
... I have United Health Care and it is paid for. I get 90 8mg per month and it costs me $115.00 per month. It's about $430.00 without insurance. I hope this helps. (8 replies)
... Canada's health care system is a group of socialized health insurance plans that provide coverage to all Canadian citizens. ... (3 replies)
... I have UHC also and had to get my doctor to authorize a prescription of Wellbutrin. It's something new that is being used now for certain medications and I guess mental health care. ... (3 replies)
... i had a neuro appt in march, crawled in saying i'd just had a blood test, my TSH was 3.9, and my neuro called an endo and gave me a prescription THERE AND THEN. ... (43 replies)
... I have BCBS Highmark for my medical insurance, but ExpressScripts for my prescription insurance. It's a bit different because of where I work, which I didn't put on here because I couldn't remember if that was allowed. ... (6 replies)
... Yea, I'll have to do that. I'll see how it works out in a couple of months when I call them and ask for a renewal. (4 replies)
... Similar situation happened to me, I talked to the nurse at the doc and explained situation over phone. Doc agreed to extend my prescriptions for 6 mo. Good luck, I know this economy sucks. (4 replies)
... Oxford covers 1/2 prescription cost. A one person plan with a $20 deductible for doctor's (and specialists) visits and free everything else, except Hospital which is a $250 deductible (I believe...I should check!:D). Cost is rather high though, about $550 a month but almost every doctor and EVERY hospital in New York City takes it. It's excellent a PRICE!:( (4 replies)
... Ok, so this is not strictly an insurance question, but it's a health coverage question. ... (1 replies)
... dney failure, etc, she does take more medicine now. It runs several hundred a month for me, but with this she would be put a risk to abide by these new Medicare prescription plans. ... (8 replies)
... s not writing the prescriptions right. Lately I've been getting student doctors from the place I'm going to. They screwed up the last one. He prescribed insulin without the needles to inject it with and gave no directions for use, so the pharmacy couldn't fill it. ... (3 replies)
First time
Mar 16, 2012
... Problem now is important waiting for my Medicare Advantage enrollment package. Without it all I have is my standard Medicare card and no prescription program. ... (36 replies)

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