"ah ok sorry then since I was questioning it earlier in the thread I felt that it was dirrected towards me and wanted to make sure that there were no misunderstandings. I am sorry you are having an icky day I hope you feel better tomorrow"
im not arguing with my tp team by any means and follow my meds to the T actually my doctors have told me better than a lot of their patients. You have to know that all these meds have their side effects also though and finding a balance is…"
"Aww Bobbiejo and Karen thank you for the smile. Just having a day I guess, honestly this is so rare for me but yes I feel much better. Ive been working some crazy hours and not sleeping that great I talked to my husband and he said "thats…"
"Yea my tax advisor told me that the fine would be 500 this coming year and 1000 the year after based upon the info he had at the time. sometimes .... very rarely..... i wonder if it's all worth it.
guess I don't feel good at all today ...."
"I dont want to sound rude because that isnt how i mean this but do you have private health insurance or government aid?
I am curious because everything we are hearing is that the cost of private healthcare is gong to go through the roof and I am…"
"You sure are Connie, I spend 500 a month on healt insurance work 40 hours a week have a 5000.00 a year deductable and spend right at 100.00 a month on meds before the prograf and Adcirca, the adcirca is about 1800 a month before my insurance then I…"
"no not as long as I eat something with the meds. If I dont its not pretty at all I get shaky and my tummy starts doing high dives. I was on 24 a day total then dropped to 16 now 12 but yea I really want to be one of you 1 or 2 pill a day people.
Yea my doc did the same but since they deemed it non formulary they can get away with me paying the difference. I dont know what your dosage is but I take 6 1 mg 2x a day so that works out to 244.00 that I have to pay. I could even deal…"
Congrats on the decade in the new liver!! I bet it looks great on you :)
I have kept up with my labs for 10 years and have binders full I believe in being your own advocate. I fought hard for what I have and have received. Although I…"
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