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i can't afford 50$ a month to got pain managment when my regular docter retired i can't find a regular doc to write them it only cost me 10 every 3 months with them

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Try Walmart. The difference is: A prescription costs $5.00 - for example. A 90 day Prescription is $5.00. Three one month Prescriptions = $15.00!
Ask your doc to prescribe 90 day prescriptions for all your meds! With pain meds -depending where you live - they can't. Try Canada for lower prices and Search Prescription help on the computer. Here in California, we can call 211, American Way Charity runs a data base that they can search for almost any thing. I have serious pain and sympathize with you! GOD bless and Good Luck! Cindy
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Now is the time for open enrollment; get a better plan with lower co-pays and doctors in network who treat arthritis cases. Pain management clinics are becoming fewer and fewer. Many will no longer take Medicaid, because the federal government is scrutinizing them closely. Pills alone do not fix the cause of the pain.
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You can try contacting the pharmaceutical company that manufacturers them; sometimes they have special programs for people using their meds.

Sometimes doctors' offices and in our case our local county have discount programs. Not all pharmacies accept them though.

If I understand correctly, when your regular doctor prescribed them, it was $10 every 3 months. Now it's $50 per month? I don't understand the difference is, unless the current doctor is not prescribing generic meds. Did you speak with his staff about this?
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