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  • mary124
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    Yes, My insurance also covers my pain clinic appointments, like the others it is slightly higher. My primary care doctor visits are $20.00 and the specialist are $30.00. I don't know what other insurance companies runs though.

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  • Kimchi
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    Ashley, are you near middle GA? I have IC too and see a pain clinic locally. W/o them, I would not be able to work and it's covered by insurance. PM me if you would like some info

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  • Sarojini
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    My insurance also covers pain clinic visits, although the copay is slightly higher than a visit to my GP.

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  • Briza
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    My insurance does. My gyn referred me and I have to pay just my ususal co-pay for an office visit.
    One thing I have learned is to let my doctors know I want meds that have a generic version, if possible...much cheaper.
    Best wishes

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  • faith4jesus
    started a topic Pain Clinics - does insurance cover the cost?

    Pain Clinics - does insurance cover the cost?

    I have read a lot about pain clinics. My current uro refused to give me pain meds to help me through this long flare I am having. I learned after over a year of suffering that my pain is IC.

    I was just wondering if pain clinics are covered under insurance? We live in GA.

    We are not poor, but as most of you know the pile of meds I am taking keeps adding up. We just added Zyrtec and Sinuglar to the pile which was about $100 together or so. (sigh) I feel so guilty lately about how much IC is costing my family & I. So I would hate to suggest a pain clinic to my doctor only to find out it is going to cost us even more money.
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