JPG Magazine: MsB

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Lucky Stars

Yesterday the Dr. took me of that crap medication. I should feel better in a couple of weeks. At least that has been my recent experience from the last time I went off tx. First time my insurance messed up my meds so I had to go without for two weeks. Last time I went off tx my white count was dangerously low so Dr took me off. Each time it gets harder to pick it up again. And again, the insurance messed up my prescription and even if I wanted to stay on treatment, I have none to stay on. Geez, I wonder if they will screw up my liver when it comes? I got a bill from the emergency room Dr for an infection I got last month. My Dr said to go to the emergency room. But, again, the insurance denied it. Oh well, why would I expect any better. Even the high dollar insurance I used to have really wasn't much better. And I don't suppose it will get much better in the near future. i want to hope the answers will come for people that are in situations like mine. I would like think the answers will come for everything that ails the world. But instead I think I will just be happy to feel better for awhile and not have to worry about a tiny infection killing me. At this moment I would be in the bathroom fiddling with that big chunk of plastic that my shot comes encased in. (4 out of 24 of them broke.) But I'm not. Instead, I am counting my lucky stars I don't have to do that shot any more.

Other news today:
go visit Ashabot

6 comments:

Shadow said...

feel better soon!!!

msb said...

Thank You, sweet friend. :+)

H. Heart said...

I'm new here. sorry your trouble with insurance. I hope you feel better soon.
H. Heart

My Other Blog said...

So, what happens next?

msb said...

hey there h. heart thanks for dropping in. Your blog is great. :-)

Hi MOB, Next, well I wait till I'm on deaths doorstep and hope to god there's a liver with my name on it. I thought about a one way ticket to France and a Eurorail pass??? :+P and pardying like it's 1999. but I decided to go back to the dog park board I was on just before I got so sick.

asha said...

So... well, I'm glad you're feeling better. That has to count for something. I am keeping a good thought and assuming they will not screw up the transplant. I'm glad you're going back to the dogs. That is the best place to be. I feel a million times better whenever I walk a shelter dog or two. Gets me back to basics. And thanks for the plug. :-)

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