Archive for November, 2006

Jobs That Do Not Provide Insurance

Thursday, November 30th, 2006

I’ve worked two different jobs in the last 5 years. I’ve worked full-time at both of them. Neither one offers me insurance benefits to help with the cost of prescriptions. My prescriptions are very expensive and I am looking for a way to save some money on them.

Amber B., Gillette, WY


Thursday, November 30th, 2006

I was seeing a guy and he had aids and didn’t tell me. Now I have to live the rest of my life with it from his stupidity of not telling me. Now I cannot have the family I all ways wanted. While I have this, he its out doing it to other girls, still not telling any one about it.

Miranda C.

High Cost

Thursday, November 30th, 2006

When you go to the pharmacy to pick up a script you don’t wanna hear the cost because you know its gonna be expensive and take everything you have just to get something you need to stay alive. Even with some insurance plans you are still paying $100.00 dollars for 30 pills and its just ridiculous…

J Hulings, Jackson, Georgia

Need Help Please

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006

Hi, my name is Kathie Smith. I am 53 years old. My husband left me after 28 years of marriage for another woman and I have no insurance at all. I am disabled to work, and don’t have the money to get my pills. I have the gout, arthritis, high blood pressure, depression, asthmatic bronchitis, a bad back and I am a diabetic. I currently take Advair, Diovan, Glipizide, Doxepin, Combivent, Cingulair, Actos, and Paxel. I would appreciate any help you could offer.

Kathie S., Cartersville, GA

Single College Mom

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006

I am a Single College Mom who needs health insurance but cannot afford it due to being self-employed. Last September I had surgery and now have medical bills totaling $4000. It’s hard to deal with. Having some sort of prescription coverage would be very helpful. Thanks to a new acquaintance who told me about this site.

M. Ward, NW GA