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Posted by Carole on October 03, 2000 at 02:31:59:

In Reply to: What a difference! posted by Eileen on October 02, 2000 at 00:01:30:

: I went to my neurologist and she adjusted my meds. I am doing 100 per cent better. She increased my Amantadine to 4 timess a day and my Requip to 4 times a day. I feel like a whole new person.I can type again. yea! Thank all of you for your concern. You guys are the best.One drawback, my insurance will not cover Ambien and at 80 dollars s month it can get quite expensive. But wait till tax time, you can bet your sweet bippie that I will deduct my meds LOL
: Eileen
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Eileen-
That IS super news and how wonderful for you to be ABLE to type and share with the board! You gotta take each day as it comes - great to celebrate! I had no idea how much my insurance company was saving me on Ambien!! I've only been turned down on Retin-A by my insurance - I just paid out of pocket for that little tube of wrinkle-relief. Helps with those middle-aged pimples I get from time to time. Wouldn't help the bags under my eyes if I didn't have Ambien.
Carole
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