Fibromyalgia Pain Losing Insurance

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Bec Says:
 
I have a great job and have worked at a police dept in Fla over 30 yrs unfortunately I can no longer work due to the pain and fatigue of fibromyalgia. I will be applying for disability but I need Lyrica, Morphine and anti depressant medication. I want to move to Elizabethton TN. Where will I be able to go for my medication where I can afford it and I won't be treated like a drug addict? I will have a limited income and I am alone.

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Dulcinea Says:
 
Contact Pfizer Pathways. If you are single and make less than $46,000 a year you can get Lyrica for free-- no matter where you live.

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karen Says:
 
are you on medicare and do you have a advantage plan? I live in TN but I am already on Disability I have medicare with Blue Cross Blue Shield Advantage I also applied for SLMB which the state pays for my monthly medicare payment of over 100.00 if you make less than 1167.00 a month you should qualify for SLMB and having the advantage plan I only pay the most for my scripts are $ 3.30. I have no idea the part of TN you are moving to I am in Tullahoma TN. Well good luck to you

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