Hi, I'm in San Diego CA and went through C-3 linked here. First app't was $150(About) and we skyped and follow up via e-mail although I was also given his cell # for emergencies. Very impressed. Next app't was 2 week's later to check in $115 (about)and we just spoke over the phone, he refilled my prescription for the month. My next app't will be coming up and he will refill for 3 months. I know it seems like a lot of cash but I have to say he is giving me goals each time, having me track my triggers, charting my cravings, charting my drinks. Having me be accountable and writing down why I am drinking, having me change up my habits, etc. I feel like I am getting more out of him then I would my general practitioner plus he has been through the Sinclair method and understands it. If you don't have recent blood tests they will make you have your blood drawn and then again later down the line to make sure all your levels are ok. Hope that helps
Thanks Joe. Grrr Canada. I'm actually from the States; I married in to Canada. While I really appreciate certain things about Canada--Universal Healthcare, for one, and no Donald Trump, for two-- it has it's downsides. Everything is stupidly expensive up here. Maybe it's just BC, I don't know, but it's frustrating. My mother lives in Mexico, I have half a mind to ask her if she can pick some up without a script down there and bring it up. I'm not sure about the legality...
Anyway, I'll check with Pharmacy Compass, thanks!
Hi, Naltrexone is covered free of charge for those with B.C. medical coverage. Your physician just has to complete a Plan G form for you. Takes 24-48 hrs to get it covered
I commented on this in another post—I cannot apply for long term health care because of using naltrexone. How long does it stay on your record? If you buy it without insurance is it still on your record? What a bummer. Everyone should be aware of this issue. My husband could buy it. I could not.
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