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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

they are sick

Both of my daughters have been coughing since yesterday and they have a runny nose. So yesterday my husband called their doctor to ask them to prescribe medicine. The doctor prescribed something and my husband went to the pharmacy to pick up the medicine. When he was there they said that the insurance wouldn’t pay for the medicine and if we are going to pay the cost was 200 dollars. Why did the doctor prescribed a medicine for the baby that was not covered by the insurance? Why does it cost so much for the baby’s cough medicine? And I am not sure if my babies would take the medicine. So he ended up buying some over the counter medicine. I tried to give my babies the medicine and they spit it up. They do not like taking medicines.

4 comments:

Mama Ko said...

Wawa namn mga princesa mo jul, na yabag na siguro ang doctor. Basin nagtuo ang kaliwat mo ni bill gates hehehe joke lng.

Mom of Four said...

minsan kasi di naman alam ng doctor kung ano ang covered at hindi covered ng insurance. Naku, dami ko na rin nasayang na mga gamot kasi ang mga kids ko, ayaw nila sa mapapait, iba iba sila ng hiyang na gamot, kaya ang gastos, 6 kinds ang gamot nila sa ref, bawat bata, iba, hay buhay! I hope your babies feel better soon.

texas_sweetie said...

hoy unsa man ron makabuktot? nagpareas lang nas akong birth control pills nga paka kau ang 30 dollars dili covered sa insurance hahayzz kamahal sa kalibutan.

Cecile said...

i hope the girlt are feeling better now; grabe man sa doctor kay mo prescribe ug mahal kaayo nga medicines...ubo ra gud na...even anti biotic dili man mahal...dayun dapay ila i prescribe kadtong flavored lagi aron dili i spit out ng duha uy, ka luoy baya nga twins nimo :-(