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SuzieQ56 posted:
I'm new member, diagnosed with BP 12 yrs. Lost my insurance so I have not had meds for 8 days. I am wondering what to expect or lookout for. Medically: I have had not had a seizure, which was a fear. I am a mess. But if I can get thru the complete mental disorder I would rather try to live non medicated. My hope is that the total disorder I am feeling is a detox issue and not a permanent state. Any comments out there?
davedsel responded:

Have you discussed your loss of insurance with your doctor? Perhaps he/she can provide a good amount of samples to get you through until you can get your prescriptions filled.

Are any of your meds generic? Many pharmacies offer generic medications at a very low cost. You can check into that.

Why did you lose your insurance? Are you eligible for Medicaid? Can you look into any health insurance programs offered by your state?

Did you have seizures before going on prescription medications? If so, then that should inspire you to do more research as I suggested so you can have the medication you need.

I pray you can get the answers and help you need son.
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ddnos responded:
Go to for the free medication program. Go to their site and they have a phone number you can call and they would be able to tell you over the phone if you would qualify for the meds you are taking. I would do it ASAP
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SuzieQ56 replied to ddnos's response:
You are wonderful. Thanks for being a caring person. hugs
bpcookie responded:
Hello Susieq, Welcome to the board. Daved and Debbie both have good suggestions and inf. The only thing I can add is that we will be here for you and can give you the support you need. Take care.
Please join my community called GRUMPY GROUPIES ( ) Fun and serious topics, nothing is taboo. So get on over there. Weirdo's are welcomed.
SuzieQ56 replied to davedsel's response:
I finally visited my doctor (Out of pocket $$) she has me on a medicine hunt. I was very surprised when she said I did not need to make appointments but to leave her messages at the appointment desk and she would write the prescriptions. So I have 2 of my medications. Thanks

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