Health plan pharmacy guide

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Avatar f tn not much to say except that you definately have hepatitis c. next step would be to see a hepatologist or GI to make a plan to rid yourself of this disease. most likely a liver biopsy could help you decide when to treat.
186166 tn?1385259382 i found a book online...called something like, "cecilia's shopping guide". it is supposed to list most all of the major grocery stores and list the products they carry that are gluten free. you can look up something...and it will tell you the brand to buy. was wondering if anyone has bought this book and does it live up to it's claim? i have still not yet had my blood work done...but after reading some...dont know whether to waste my time doing so or not.
Avatar f tn Re-submit the paperwork to commonweath and wait for their response. Once you select a health plan, you can communicate with the health plans customer service representatives. They are much more helpful and curteous. I have had nothing but good dealings with Neighborhood Health and their Care Manager program. An alternative is to keep calling until you get someone that is helpful, If that fails, contact your state rep. ask them to intervene.
Avatar f tn You need to stop using plan b and get onto some type of birth control. Plan b can very seriously hurt your body and is meant for emergency situations only. Plus it is not anywhere near as effective as birth control. I got pregnant with my first while on plan b. If you are low income then contact planned parenthood since they should be able to help you.
Avatar f tn Yes, the pharmacies and the health plan decision makers are very busy because so many people wanting treatment plus the millions on newly insured because of ACA and medicaid. My VA doctor prescribed me SOV/RBV on Feb 5 and said I probably would start treatment within 2 or 3 weeks. Was then told a few days later that it might be up to 60 days or more. On March 5 the treatment NP & pharmacist were hoping I could start at my next appointment April 2. So do I.
Avatar n tn s a classic symptom for a yeast infection. There are over-the-counter products available at any pharmacy for this problem. If that doesn't take care of it, see your doctor.
Avatar f tn I feel the same way. While I am happy that I can afford tx with my health insurance, I can't help but sympathize with others who have to go on trials or worse, not treat. It is amazing that we think the US is so special/superior and yet so many of its citizens aren't treating as special at all.
Avatar f tn What do you think of putting it in the Health Pages? It would be great to have it handy for the many, many times the subject of disclosure comes up. Here's the link for you to create an entry (click on "create a new health page" at the top right):
Avatar m tn t able to get an actual quote for a health plan in my area; but generally speaking a short term health plan works if you need to cover yourself for 6 months or less for an unforeseen illness or accident. I recommend trying which will give you free quotes on both short term and standard health insurance plans in your area. They also have licensed agents who can provide you with expert assistance in case you run into any questions.
Avatar n tn If you are in a group health plan you are protected by HIPPA in that your new plan must cover pre-existing conditions. My Blue Cross plan had special discounts for treatment drugs including the Procrit because treatment is cheaper than transplant or cancer. I did have to use the mail order pharmacy to get the discounts. Google up prescription assistance plans and do research. You do have time to try and position yourself so you can afford to treat.
Avatar n tn you can go to your local pharmacy and get a tube of vagasil or the wipes. i have had the same irritations and i have found that those to methods work for me. good luck hope you fill better soon.
Avatar f tn Gosh, I don't know the specifics of this. Sometimes doctors really can guide you. Have you called your doctors office or even a pharmacist may be able to guide you.
Avatar f tn Is it safe to take the Plan B pill if I'm breastfeeding? I've sent my doctor a message about it and he hasn't gotten back to me yet, my husband and I used protection but it had a little hole in it so I just wanna be sure I'm not gunna have another baby this soon! I was thinking of taking it and treating it like alcohol and just giving my son a bottle until tomorrow morning...
Avatar f tn Hi all! I had Florida blue health insurance and they inadvertently dropped me yesterday. I turned 26 in June but my mom was able to add me to her employer plan in July. They gave me no notice in December and as I mentioned spontaneously cut me off. My first question is: If I decide against buying health insurance, can I still pay out of pocket to see my pain management doctor? (From what I'm seeing on the website I think I can.
Avatar f tn I should also have asked what meds you're on and if you have a diagnosed thyroid disease/condition.
Avatar n tn Can you go have the Cozaar filled at another pharmacy?
1769355 tn?1319204162 Hello forum,I've maden a big mistake this past friday.On the morning i;ve been to the nurse for a blood test and I discovered that my reed corpuscle ,from when I've started the therapy to now ,it's gone down from 13 to 10.The nurse explained to me that that means the therapy is working well and is for this reason that I'm short of breath and tired.9could be dangerous if going dow to 7)The week before she tell me as well, that my viroloud went down from520.000 to 94.
1661682 tn?1313135396 what a birth plan is, is an outline or a guide to what you woulod like to happen during your labour and birth.
Avatar f tn The problem is that with Medicare plan D you will get different manufacturers depending on which pharmacy you select and even if you go to the same pharmacy, they will switch manufacturers depending on were they get a better deal - I guess. So I couldn't tell you.
562511 tn?1285904160 Medicare has quit covering many medications this year. My prescription insurance plan is lousy and quit paying for one of my medications all together. I wanted to share with you a prescription card I got in the mail the other day. It said it was free to use (uh huh, sure) Not that I'm cynical or anything. Yesterday I decided to use it and guess what? The prescription that usually costs $30.00 cost me $9.00. I can live with that. I don't know if the discount is always that good.
463897 tn?1468013750 org/pregnancy-health?section=articles) and download our I’m Expecting app to guide you through each week until your due date:   In the app, you can track and learn about your pregnancy symptoms and read expert-reviewed articles on topics like making the most of your prenatal appointment ( and building your birth plan (http://www.medhelp.