Exalgo Er 16mg

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I have been on this new EXPENSIVE drug EXALGO 16mg, The doctor's around here do not want to prescribe what I can take ( I am allergic to so much) and this stuff makes me sick and I break out in Hives worse then any other medication I have been on! Not only did my insurance have to make a fuss over covering this $750.00 medication for 30 a month but now that they are it is not helping me as well as my Nucynta's did and he wont put me back on them or NO DOCTOR in my area will give me the Rodxycodone due to the addicts, I don't want to be on a Schedule 2 drug but they claim I am seeking if I want something no as strong. What is wrong with these physicians these days, the ones that are not addcits can't get squat but send a addcit into the office and they come out with 2 or 3 scripts .............. I would like to find a GOOD physician that will just cover what I need and stop throwing everything else in to my medication list that unnecessary and I know I do not need...............

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James Says:

Please remember Dr's get kick backs from pharmaceutical company's . I prefer what your taking now. But, I would see a different pain management. Until then take 1 to 2 Benadryl which may help with the hives. My insurance tried to get out of paying for 30 Exligo 12 mg hcl c2 er. It woul of been 850. 00 with a discount. I made 1 phone call to Aetna, and they overrid it,and cost me 5.00 co pay. Thank you Aetna. Good luck,but consult another Dr.. Good luck, and good health. James

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