Bound and Gagged by Dana Summers for December 08, 2021

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    AllishaDawn  6 months ago

    Keep the shock pills handy. In 2 days, your doctor will call with the results of you tests. He’ll tell you to stop taking the $$$$$ pills and go get these $5 pills instead.

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    nosirrom  6 months ago

    Sure, may I interest you in an AED?

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    charliefarmrhere  6 months ago

    Usually what happens is the day after you have just gotten an expensive 90 day refill, they call to tell you that you need to change to a new different one.

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    The Reader Premium Member 6 months ago

    Yes, we do, but you can’t afford those anymore!

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    Troglodyte  6 months ago

    Awe, no we don’t.

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    Jeff0811  6 months ago

    Someone somewhere along the line switched from standard tablet ($8.00 for 30 days) to the exact same medicine but in a time release capsule ($60.00 for 30 days). After some investigating, I asked my Dr. to switch prescription back to standard tablet.

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    TMMILLER Premium Member 6 months ago

    All I care is that I don’t have to pay full price for my medication. $8000.00 per dose. No, NOT a mistype.

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    Lee26 Premium Member 6 months ago

    I’m on marijuana (it works!), but that stuff ain’t cheap! $150 a month!

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    Teto85 Premium Member 6 months ago

    Must be a third world sh!thole county without national health/single payer.

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    KEA  6 months ago

    the wonders of a “for profit only” economy

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    preacherman  6 months ago

    The cost of meds is really crazy. I take just two prescriptions. One costs me nothing because its been around so long and the pharmaceutical plan I’m on takes care of it (normally its only about $11). The other is the really crazy one. It just costs me $21 at my pharmacy, but its retail is around $750. That’s up $200 from the original price before the formula was changed. The original formula was twice as strong, so the current formula needs to be doubled to do what it’s supposed to do. That brings the total to $1500/ month. Though, at my pharmacy I’d only pay $42/month. How my pharmacy keeps the prices down so low, I don’t know, and I don’t ask.

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    paranormal  6 months ago

    Have you tried GoodRx to reduce the cost of your prescription medications???

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    cuzinron47  6 months ago

    Yes but you can handle anymore shock.

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    raybarb44  6 months ago

    Booze is at the other end of the store…….

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    Laurie Stoker Premium Member 6 months ago

    Second that!

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    Ian_Christian   6 months ago

    Thank goodness for socialism and the NHS.

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