... great at controlling her cough and giving her normal CTs, and I would not want her to stop. The one drawback is that she has to be in her doctor's office /2wks and in retirement it limits our time away from Indy. Has anyone figured how to get it administered in another state to get around the time restrictions. Our understanding is that it cannot be self-administered, a physician must be immediately available, it must be kept refrigerated, and the insurance company/mail order pharmacy keeps the supply tightly controlled probably because of the expense. Any suggestions or experience?? Jim R
Its not just a drs office, it has to be one prepared to treat anaphylaxis. Your dr could probably network and find a dr who would give you a shot where you're going. The problem is going to be your insurance. If they won't give you the dose you will need while gone, then would they send it to the dr your dr finds? Insurances sure have complicated our lives.
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