I Am Disabled And On Medicaid Bed Ridden Allmost How Can Have My Pain Meds Mail Order To Home

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pope Says:
i live in ft. myers fl. i have legit script for roxi 30 ..150 and morphine sulfate 30mg.. 30count. who can mail to my home? barely able to get to doc each mo. i have medicaid.but will pay cash 3$ or less... thanks and God bless

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Verwon Says:
Many Medicaid plans do have mail order pharmacies to better assist those who can't easily get out to a pharmacy, thus the best thing you can do would be to contact them and ask for information on their preferred mail order prescription provider.

Learn more Roxicodone details here.

Learn more Morphine details here.

This won't help with your needing to see your doctor each month, you'll still need to do that to get new prescriptions, but they can often be faxed to the mail order prescription provider and then the original copies mailed to them, to avoid slowing down the order process.

Does anyone else have any suggestions?

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CMJ Says:
Have you considered discussing the morphine pump with your doctor? It would make it much more convenient and you wouldn't need to deal with pharmacies anymore. The reserve would be filled at the clinic once per month. As you know, refills aren't allowed for class II controlled substances. And the pharmacy will not accept the prescription being phoned in. They won't even order them without the prescription in hand. The mail order won't deliver these Class II meds either. The strongest "opiate" they'll deliver is Tramadol. Is there anyone you could have pick up the prescriptions and bring to the pharmacy? I'm not sure, but many pharmacies deliver medications. Not sure if they would the Class II meds though but it's worth a few phone calls. I'm having the pump implanted next month. It also reduces the amount of medication needed to control pain. I'm sorry I couldn't help more :-( Good luck to you.

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Rebecca Says:
hello i would love to talk to u

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Rhonda Says:
I have Medicaid and because of the medications I am on in order to fill I have to pay cash. It's not cheap. I have heard that people have been filling through the mail. Ideal for me. I have much diffuculty getting around.
Please if anyone has been through what I am going through help would be appreciated. I have not chosen carrier yet. Afraid I will pick the one that does not participated in med by mail.

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Deb Says:
Wow, I'm really sorry for you. I hope you find a helpful way to get your meds. It was back in 1986 when I worked for a doctor and then they did have mail order prescriptions from their insurance companies. I would look into this. Good Luck to you. All my best, not that you know me, but I am a fellow pain sufferer.

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BL Says:
Contact your Medicaid Health Plan or your state Medicaid office about mail order. Not all states allow them when all you have is Medicaid.

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BL Says:
If you are almost bedridden, you should qualify for Long Term Personal Care Services which Medicaid provides. One of the things they do is help you with things like going the pharmacy, bathing, dressing, etc. If the state evaluator has proof that your conditions is severe enough, they may be able to have a Personal Care Attendant go and pick up your rxs for you.

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