I haven’t given you fine folks a mental health/illness update since March 13th, almost three months.
For those of you who don’t know me, here, go read some background.
I’ve been on a combination of Lexapro and Adderall for a few months and am happy to report that this chemistry keeps me mostly in check – I have the odd day now and again, but they work. I no longer spend 20 minutes in my car crying for no reason, frustrated that I can’t stop so I can get out and go see my next client. I’m not sure if things feel more real or if I just don’t care that they don’t feel real anymore, so… eh. I don’t really have many complaints anymore, though I still wish I had more motivation to do things – then again, who doesn’t?
Lexapro is generic now, as is Adderall, which means the drugs are cheap (A 30 day supply of each in name-brand form is about $150 each, and $30 for generic)
Here’s my problem:
A few months ago, my husband’s employer failed (forgot?) to pay the bill for our health insurance, so as of the end of April, I have none.
I tried to get my scripts for Lexapro and Adderall at the pharmacy the other day, and I was told I would have to pay full price for the generics ($150 for generic Lexapro, $60 for Adderall) because for some reason my insurance was not going through. I paid for the Adderall and already had a 90 day supply of Lexapro, went home, had Chris call the insurance company the next day, where they informed us that our policy had been cancelled due to nonpayment.
Being an adult sucks sometimes.
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