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lacey (@lacey)

Insomnia and Cancer

Cancer: Managing Symptoms | Last Active: Mar 11, 2020 | Replies (65)

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Hello Lacey, any type of sleep disorder should be your one and only coonversation with your doctor. Get yourself back to the doc and talk till you are blue, get some help. It takes too long to catch up. I know that for a fact. Also your doc can’t help if they don’t know! shortshot80

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Thanks for the go ahead, but the insurance com. are in charge, the doctor knows my problem and
called in the zolpiderm, but it was denied, the other meds. did nothing, someone told me to take
vicks zzz, so I am going to try that tonight, hopefully it will work, thanks for reply. Lacey

I just completely by pass insurance.

Thanks, I am going to try that, but it is very expensive that way, $ 7.00 seems unheard of

Google cost of zolpidem and ways to reduce. I’ve been using those freebie cards for a couple of years. I know it sounds to good to be true, but it works. Also works for other drugs. Not all. If I just went in to buy out of ins the cost was around $40 but with one of these cards it is $7.

Thanks, Laney, I went into Good Rx website and my prescription card is on its
way, thanks for the info. Too good to be true, but I am forever grateful. Lacey