I Am Not Able To Afford Lyrcia And Was Hoping That The Company Would Let Me Have It With A Doctor's Prescription

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I am 61 years old,have heart disease; therefore I have not been able to have insurance since 2007 after ny bypass surgery. I have had fiber mylagia off and on since 2003. It has gotten worse and I am not able to do a job that requires a lot of movement.
I am unemployed and can't seem to find a job; I could do a physical job it I had something to help me through the day. I am kind of desperate! Thank you for listening.
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KAY HALE Says:

I am 61 years old , have heart disease; therefore I have not been able to have health insurance since 2007 after my bypass surgery/ I have had fiber mylagia off and on since 2003. It has gotten worse and I am nt able to do a job that requires a lot of movement. I an unemployed since Jan. 12, this year).and I can't find a job. I might be able to do a physical job if I had something to help me through the day. I am desperate!

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Jan Says:

Kay Hale; There are some pharmaceutical companies that will offer those kinds of 'perks'. Why not get the name of the company and give them a call? The pharmacist can help you there, or if you have access to a PDR, the information is there, also. If they WILL do it for you, I think they requre a letter from your physician telling why you need the med. Sure is worth a try! Jan

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Verwon Says:

this site does not manufacture nor prescribe any medications, this is an information only website.

There are, however, manufacturers, as well as independent organizations that provide this type of assistance.

The name brand Lyrica is manufactured by Pfizer and they have several such programs.

Another that you might wish to apply through is PPARX.org

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Lyrica/­

Does anyone else have any to add?

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Dee Says:

Go into your web browser and say " I can't afford my medicine." You will be surprised at the vast sites that will help. Also, have you tried Medicaid? If you do, and want to win, contact Binder & Binder. You will win with this foundation. I did.

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kally Says:

The new Obama plan is every were for those with no Ins. didn't you get a Ins. card call your well fare place were you live and ask about it also I am 59 and on Medicare. call them too. Good Luck I know some one will help you. also Albertson pharmacy in Oregon for $12.00 offers a plan that will lower all your medications so if you have a cvc pharmacy ask them about that plan and some Fred Meyers offer $4.00 for prescriptions I have checked around I don't have much money since my bad back surgery. good luck

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Happy Says:

Kaye Hale; I am 57 yrs old and have just been diagnosed with fibro myalgia also and I could not afford to pay the $303.50 for my prescription of Lyrica either so I went back to my doctor and he prescribed a medication call Gabapenten. I have been on it for 2 weeks and it seems to be helping me. My doctor said the more my pain increases when the fibro myalgia gets worse the higher the milligrams and the more times per day he can safely prescribe it to me. You might want to ask your doctor about it, it just might help you. Good luck and God Bless You.

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