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Posted 12 Mar 2011 by • 32 answers
After months and months, I was finally approved for Disability Benefits. I was told by the lawyer to call the Medicaid office to tell them so they could recall their denial as it should be approved now because Disability was approved. My next step for medicaid approval was to file an appeal with ...
Posted 25 Oct 2012 by • 5 answers
I have rheumatoid and osteo arthritis, fibromyalgia, hypothyroid and obviously, chronic pain. I lost my job and insurance this past January and have recently received medicaid. I was on 30mg morphene sulfate timed release with (4) 15mg breakthrough per day, and Humira. My GP has me on .225 mg of ...
Posted 18 Mar 2011 by • 4 answers
Louisville/lexington, Kentucky? I would be forever grateful if anyone with the answer email it to me. THANKS AGAIN FOR EVERYONES SUPPORT AND KIND, UNDERSTANDING WORDS. I really needed them, It is so great to have a website like this so we can help each other. There are very caring and supportive ...
Posted 31 May 2014 by • 2 answers
I have severe emphysema and NO insurance Obama care and Medicaid are not affordable
Posted 4 Jul 2012 by • 3 answers
I now see a pain management dr.. hes and group are very good..but i have been searching for a pain-management that accepts medicaid for over 1yr now.. I just don't understand it ? I'm on a tight budget and its hard to pay out of pocket every mo nth,
Posted 20 Aug 2012 by • 3 answers
... longer have insurence and recently lost my job. I have absolutely no funding to get it removed but heard its dangerous t leave in. Does anyone know somewhere I can go to get it removedfree and put on a cheaper form on birth control
Posted 10 Dec 2015 by • 1 answer
I've tried twice to get Contrave but have been denied using the discount card because I have medicaid. I don't understand why they won't help people who have this type of insurance. My insurance will not cover it, I'm paying cash but they still turn me down for it. Does anyone ...
Posted 2 May 2014 by • 2 answers
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Posted 15 Jul 2011 by • 3 answers
I an now able to get my Midrin, since it has been newly approved as of July, 2011. However, when it came back onto the market, it is now extremely expensive and is not covered by Medicare/Medicaid, or most other insurances. Does anyone know if the Pharmaceutical company will help with paying any ...
Posted 4 Jun 2015 by • 3 answers
I've been taking Ranexa 500 mg for 9 months due to massive heart attack. My ins. plan w/Medicaid won't pay for it. My ins. also wouldn't pay for my heart doctors, so had to find a new one. I now have a defibrillator. I'm a little concerned about just stopping the Ranexa. Please ...
Posted 30 Jul 2015 by • 2 answers
If I bend my arm then it sends a sharp pain through my arm like I am being stabbed because the implant is pushing on the scar from the needle when they put it in. I don't Medicaid or Medicare because my mom kicked me out of the house and I have no job and I'm homeless so I can't go ...
Posted 30 May 2016 by • 1 answer
I am getting ready to leave the nursing home I'm in md Medicaid won't pay for my baclofen because I get a me's similar to it and they will only cover one. I can't afford to pay for it and I wanted to get ahold of the company that makes it md see if they can help
Posted 18 May 2011 • 2 answers
I am about four weeks pregnant and am still on suboxone bc my Medicaid hadn't come through for me to afford to get my subutex bc I had just picked up a months worth of suboxone the day before I found out I was pregnant. I should be able to pick up the subutex by the end of the week. Have a ...
Posted 31 Dec 2012 by • 3 answers
I am on Disability and am on Medicaid from Illinois. Since I live in a poor state and have limited resources to get my medications. Medicaid will not pay for any part of Norflex. My family Dr J. Vassay has prescribed this medication due to chronic back pain and spasms. Norflex really worked well ...