I’m still waiting to hear from Lovelace about my health insurance, but in the meantime, I’ve been doing some research and looking into alternative methods. My chiropractor suspects an adrenal disorder and prescribed me Drenamin. We’ll see how that goes. If it improves, great, if not, no loss. I’m also going to try the acupuncture clinic on Tuesday to see if they have any direction for me. Basically I figure if I can get a general direction from homeopathic methods, I can take that to a general practice and hopefully it means less poking and stabbing for me.
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I’ve been trying to get health insurance lately because my company has offered to pay up to $300 for my premium. I’m now trying a second company since Presbyterian turned me down. Presbyterian turned me down because of my acute scoliosis. I’m not crippled or anything, I just need to go to the chiropractor once a month so I can function. I’ll admit that it does impact my life if I don’t go and I have trouble with pinched nerves and sometimes can’t get out of bed because of it, but it’s generally under control. They are still going to make money on me, I go to the doctor once a year otherwise. I think they just don’t care and don’t bother to look into the details. I’m trying Lovelace now, but if they deny me I may go for something called the Medical Insurance Pool. I’ll need to do more research on it, but the company’s broker told me about it and said it might be my best bet. Until then, we wait.