... isn't that expensive but I am unable to work so I would like to switch to something that is covered but works just as well. Any opinions good or bad would be appreciated
25 May 2010
hey yayablondie, why not call your insurance company and first ask why wont they cover soma? does it need prior authorization- then the doctors office sends for approval, and ask to speak to authorization dpt, or ask them to give you the names of what meds you can take that are on there list-- you then discuss the names with your doctor to see which one he want you to have... based on your condition... vtech10
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