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I am the 'official' law clerk. Nothing goes out without my editing and opinions. The insurance situation in this country sucks. Too bad Hillary bungled the health plan. Single payer would be good. To late to go back to that, the ins. co' have closed that door, I think. You are correct in saying so many can't afford the $1000. we pay. It's sad to see people suffer w/o ins. Another thing that gets me is how much discount ins. co's get for drugs, tx, etc.
Perhaps it could have to do with how much liver damage a person has? I don't know. What I do know is that I can't sleep without the Ambien. I have tried some nights without using a sleeping aid, but struggled hard through those nights with sleeplessness. The next days I felt worthless & couldn't get out of my own way or function well without a good night's rest. I functin best when I get about 9 hours of sleep per night now. Lot's of fun going to bed at 8 & getting up at 5 am for work.
I have 13 spots most the size of small coins, so I opted to stay on the ambien which does keep the GABA regulated in the brain without the narcotic and sedatative effects of the other classes. So far I've done fine on the higher dose (12 CR, controlled release)....except for a few days when I took the Riba too late and it was keeping me awake. Sometimes I'll still have a rough night, but for the most part I can get enough rest which before I never could.
The ones that have the MOST trouble with them sticking are the ones that DON'T have the Fentanyl in the adhesive and have it in the reservoir. The one that I told you was so dangerous. The other thing is that the cold does NOT effect how fast OR slow the Fentanyl comes out.
I am blessed with great insurance, they have not questioned any part of my Tx. My insurance does not pay in network for oral chemo for Ca, but it is ok for HCV, I guess.
I'm afraid that the Ritalin will give me tachycardia, as a similar medication did several years ago. Now I'm thinking; will my insurance even cover the Ritalin, without a diagnosis? I should grab my formulary... It lists Adderal as a tier 2 drug, with a higher co-pay; other amphetamine salt drugs (generics) are tier 1, and it doesn't list needing a prior authorization. The side effects look a lot worse than those listed for Provigil.
One of the reasons I am a die hard Democrat. America under the last administration worked so hard for not only healthcare reform but also education etc. The FIRST thing our new president (little p) did was wipe out all of the great things they did and put money into the war against WMDs. Might as well have sent it to fight against those aliens as well - they were just as real huh? Sad that something like education and healthcare weren't as important as that.
I wish I had that option. I feel so good that I got rid of it though. My wife and her career is worth more than a puff here and there. It is just a bumber the timing of it. It really helped me sleep. Now I will just have to grin and bear it. Glad to hear your son is rooting for you too. I am also going to look into that GABA today at GNC. By the way to everyone - Half of the problem that people have while going through withdrawls is DWELLING on them.
So hang in there a little bit longer you will see life is so much better clean. I promise. How old are your kids anyway? I have to log off but I will post again later tonight. Remember to breathe deeply when craving hits it will pass in just a few minutes you'll see.
I have terriable legg cramps, sweets and I can not sleep. How long does this last? It is driving me crazy. I do not have any cravings for the vicodin. Just the withdraws are killing me. I have been drinking water and taking baths. But it doesn't help any. I'm thinking about going to the emergency room and see if they can help me with my withdraws. I have heard about a pill that helps, but then I'm scared of taking another pill as well. Please let me know how long this is going to last..........
J's office to see if they can help either directly (give you the meds) or with the Peg Intron Assistance program. What about the Procrit? Are you still on it and how much do you have? I believe Procrit has an assistance number as well.
Secondly, can you call your family doctor and try to get the generic form of Ambien? Zolpidem would be much cheaper (about 1/3 the cost). Again, words cannot express how my heart goes out to you.
This does include the maid and sitter. Without insurance your meds will be between 20-80.00. Ambien is your most expensive if you do choose to get it. I don't have insurance either and my meds were: Clondine/buspar/Ambien $80.00 : My maid was $40.00 : Laundry $20: I do have an updated and almost daily account of my withdrawal on here. Again, I'm only at day 14 and not out of the woods as far as sleep is concerned but I have my wits and strength about me now.
12 -24 hours after your last opiate depending on type and usage. Insurance does cover the cost here though without it, it is quite expensive. I do not believe that it goes by any other name, though the meds in Suboxone are buprenorphine and naloxone. In my experience, Suboxone totally gets rid of w/d symptoms including those you listed. The mental aspects will continue to have to be dealt with but the physical are nonexistant.
I take Lorazepam (Ativan) - 1mg - occassionally when anxiety is unbearable. I take Ambien CR to sleep. So...any cocktail stories out there?
I do take Ambien at night and some nights it does help me to fall asleep faster, but it doesn't help much to KEEP me asleep. I used to use the Ambien CR and that did a much better job of that, however, my insurance no longer covers the CR and since there is no generic for that one, it is cost prohibitive for me, so I stick with the "regular" Ambien. Have you talked to your doctor about trying a sleep aid?
I am not completely stable...but much more so then I was 5 years ago without meds. But anyway, yes I do believe it progresses with age.
What does your life look like when you are free, how is it differant? how much better is it? How much better are your relationships? Write down your reasons and repeat your reasons out loud on why you must do this many times a day for encouragement. What worse, a few bad weeks of withdrawl or a life of hell and pain from not living up to what you can be? Just think of what life will be like when you are free? Thats what i have done...
So you are posting your question so we can help you deceive the state about what you describe as a "disability". So you know you are really are not going be disabled but you want the state to give you disability because it is convenient for you to stay home and take care of a baby while you send your wife out to work even though your wife makes little money and you just completed school, correct? I assume you went to school to have a better job and make more money?
's don't order test's because of cost..I totally disagree!! Why do we pay for medical insurance. or pay out of our pocket because we can't afford insurance. Or those who can't afford insurance and die needlessly. I am extremely grateful that I have excellent insurance but my employer pays 8,563 dollars a month, I pay nothing. I work for a world class areospace company. I am 15 days post op for PT and biospy ( large calicfied tumor DR.
Please forgive my ignorance for not knowing how to write to you personally. I don't even know how to IM or PM? I need so much help in so many ways. I don't usually tell my problems to people because I have this theory that when I tell someone one of my problems, I am "giving" them my problem, and know knows how many problems THEY are presently dealing with. I feel like I have given someone a crappy present when I share my problems.
We both each use daily betweens anywhere from 60-120 mg, depending on how high we wanted to get or how much money we had. Recently we both have been having a real hard time, feeling like what used to get us high for 8 hours feels like about an hour or two if that. And all the money we earn or work for goes straight to perc 15s-30s or oxys. It feels like ive been working the past year for percs and was wearing on me.
00 PM - Ears are now ringing again, im foggy again, im shakey, and I just want to lay down on the floor and I have to tell my wife I dont feel good. 10:00 I finished a glass of beer and im heading to bed. It was a very joyful day, I felt acceptable (not good) for 8 hours. Am I fooling myself thinking this is one day going to get better? Why Do I feel so crappy in the morning? Should I take my medicine earlier? Am I not taking enough? Is it something else?
but until you are well and truly into it, please do not mak e rash suggestions. Heredity does go a long way in determining how much or not you will have to endure during this challenging time of your life. To those suffering like me.. hang in there.
And just how long does the withdrawl process last? What can I expect? And how do I tell my husband? I know he'll be supportive of me, he'll do whatever he can to assist me in getting away from this drug. Then, after I've gotten off of the Norco, what do I do for the pain? I also have Fibromyalgia. I don't get the "high" from the Oxycodone that I get from the Norco. I'm terrified of alerting my doctor to my problem for fear that I won't be sucessful at quiting... Help Please!
I am 48 hours into quitting cold turkey and want to know how much longer I can expect the symptoms to last. Any information anyone can give me would be greatly appreciated. Never been thru this before, so I have no idea what to expect.
Also, the top recommended dosage of ambien for people without liver disease is 10 mgs a day. Do not take more than that and certainly do not take it with other CNS depressants. Please speak to yur doctor before taking anything.
I am now waiting to hear from the nurse who handles the prep and insurance haggling. I hope my insurance pays for it all, does anyone know how much TX is? I guess I can look it up somewhere. So thats the deal at the moment...it sounds like it could become a haggling ordeal with the insurance company. Later- Michael.
Good Morning Tram Warriors! I just finished reading the last thread and I'm still laughing about fullmetalalchemist learning to spell "$ucks" without medhelp blocking out that word. I got blocked and stars thru that word so many times as I was recovering! Because it does suck. Yes. It *****. Good to see we worked thru it after all this time. :D I just love you guys! Such honesty and kindness and willingness to help. It's such a blessing!
You never know what meds will do what until you try them. As for the insurance, this is how mine works. If my insurance does not cover the med than I have to get a prior authorization. Dr office sends form to Pharmacy, they get it to your insurance company and the insurance company either approves or denies. The MOST important thing is the dr puts on the form that you have tried other meds that did not work and that is why you need this particular med.
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