Re: Medications to treat ...
Thu Jun 28 19:59:53 2007
No Marlene, I am not.
Although I understand that I need to be dealing with one,
I am not working or insured. So what we have to go toward the cash
price of Dr. visits is just enough to go to my existing family Doc.
I get a discount, as I have been a patient with the same medical
group for such a long time.
My husband makes too much to qualify for assistance, but not enough
for us all to be covered through his workplace.
Obtaining insurance on our own would require a 9 month waiting period
for pre existing condition, so we'd still need to pay cash to Dr
and for prescriptions during that 9 months.
As he makes too much for state assisted healthcare, we're also off
the scale (frighteningly) for the community health care centers and
the 'full price' of a visit there is still more than my own Dr.
Thank you though for your input!
At Tue, 26 Jun 2007, Marlene Wheeler wrote:
>Are you seeing a Pain Doctor? They can be very helpful as they deal with
>just the pain aspect, and are very up on what's out there. Make sure you
>someone who understands adhesions and how they work. I had to change docs
>one point, because the first Pain Doc I saw didn't believe adhesions caused