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Old 06-09-2008, 11:04 PM
ilovemyson17 ilovemyson17 is offline
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Default Ortho tri-cyclen ...insuance?

Is there any way to get insurance to cover this? iv'e been on it for the past 5 months it's the only thing that works for me but health choice will no longer cover it for me. please help. im desperate with out it i bleed all month long and have HORRIBLE acne
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Old 06-28-2008, 12:59 AM
vanabanana vanabanana is offline
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Hi, My obgyn told me that you can get the generic version of ortho-tricylen (Tri-Sprintec) from Walmart for $9.00 (cost without using insurance). Alot of pharmacies now carry generic drugs at really low costs. So, you could try paying out of pocket and getting the generic version.
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