Insurance Not Paying For Film Any,more

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Misty Says:


Tenncare has completely stopped paying for the strips so now theyre paying for bunavail. These are nasty. Guess theres gonna be lots of complaints.



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Shelley Says:
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Yes, I feel your pain. I may sound crazy, but I do not think it fair that TN care can make a deal with one company. I am on a low dose so they let me have the option to stay on strips and pay cash. That's what I'm doing for now. I wish I could just quit but I have tried and it seems to hard to me for now. The clinic says I'm sober....I feel like its cheating to say it and be on suboxone.

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David Says:

I agree with you Shelley, that if any sort of substance is that difficult to kick, I too would feel like I was cheating by not being sober (which could defeat the purpose of taking suboxone anyway). Who would've thought a drug that is used to get off another drug is just as addicting as the first drug...

Sometimes I question if suboxone was just made to create more customers instead of actually helping (and that could very well be the case), but every now and then I still come across posts here with success stories from those who praise suboxone for helping them change their lives. I guess it can be a gamble either way since everyone responds differently. At any rate, it will be interesting to see some feedback on how well the bunavail works. I personally haven't heard of this brand of suboxone until seeing this discussion thread.

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