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  • any ideas for those who have ins. but won't cover meds?

    i have been on lyrica and it is working great..i had a week trial..but my ins. refused to pay on it. i can not afford out of pocket 160 or170 a mon. but...we make too much money for the help.at least they think so..is there any programs for help for those who have ins. but for a refused to pay drug?
    dx'd i.c in 96,too many treatments and meds to remember before badder removed in 2000.pain returned..has since been on roller coster of narcs ad other things..3 suicial att..went into hosp to withdrawl from sooo many narcs and wt. got down to 85lbs....came out eating small amounts ad keeping them down..the only pain med was ultram 50mg q 6 hrs..and gabapintien sorry..can spell..600 mg q 6 hrs..in 2003..nowin 2006-ive had mesh pulled from myvaginal walls 3 timesso pain is severe again but also in rectum now..had to add hydro/app q 4 hrs.!!!but i still pray there is hope..i just need o find it.

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    On your ins you can try to fight it. Have your Doc write a letter explaining what or how it helps your IC. Most times....not saying all the time, but that helps. Now they may not cover all of it, but maybe if they understood how it helps then maybe you can get it coverd. You know how you can FIGHT a claim...this is the same well kinda same way u do this. And if nothing else, ask to speak with who ever is in charge and go as high as you can and ask that person for and how to get this med approved for you.

    The only other thing I got is to go threw the Lyrica program and see if you can get it there.

    In the mean time ask your doc to give you samples if possible.

    I'm sorry that's all I have for you, I hope it works out for you. Happy Holidays and take care
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    • #3
      Your doctor should be able to help you get it approved. The insurance company has a list of medications they cover and it takes a special approval to get anything else. Usually a physician's letter is adequate.

      Donna
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      • #4
        Costco! Most prescriptions are way cheaper there.

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