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    Posted: 09 Oct 2021 at 5:08pm
Why should I have to see this sh*t on my TV?  So, you picked the wrong person/persons to screw!

Not my freaking problem!  Make better choices in life!  Angry



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They didn't mention that among the "serious side effects", is that it probably costs an unGodly amount of money, and if you don't have really good insurance, you're gonna get royally screwed in an entirely different way than the way you did that got you in your situation to begin with.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

They didn't mention that among the "serious side effects", is that it probably costs an unGodly amount of money, and if you don't have really good insurance, you're gonna get royally screwed in an entirely different way than the way you did that got you in your situation to begin with.
You got that right, Jimbo.  I would just like a blood thinner that I can afford!  Eliquis- $500 a month.

Cabenuva Prices

The cost for Cabenuva intramuscular suspension, extended release (200 mg-300 mg/mL) is around $4,144 for a supply of 4 milliliters, depending on the pharmacy you visit. Prices are for cash paying customers only and are not valid with insurance plans.

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^ My doc has me on one 325mg aspirin/day as a blood thinner. I buy generic. Comes out to a penny or two a day.

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^ My doc has me on one 325mg aspirin/day as a blood thinner. I buy generic. Comes out to a penny or two a day.


I had always heared that the 84mg "low dose" was the best asprin dosage for use as a blood thinner.

Not arguing with your doctor obviousy, but I had always heard low dose was better than regular dose.

I just saw/heard on some commercial the other day, that there's some kind of new liquid asprin that doesn't cause stomach problems like regular asprin can.

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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


^ My doc has me on one 325mg aspirin/day as a blood thinner. I buy generic. Comes out to a penny or two a day.


I had always heared that the 84mg "low dose" was the best asprin dosage for use as a blood thinner.

Not arguing with your doctor obviousy, but I had always heard low dose was better than regular dose.

I just saw/heard on some commercial the other day, that there's some kind of new liquid asprin that doesn't cause stomach problems like regular asprin can.

I still take 325 a day!  You guys will miss me when I'm gone!  Tongue



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^ Do you have an estimated date of when we will be missing you?


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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


^ My doc has me on one 325mg aspirin/day as a blood thinner. I buy generic. Comes out to a penny or two a day.


I had always heared that the 84mg "low dose" was the best asprin dosage for use as a blood thinner.

Not arguing with your doctor obviousy, but I had always heard low dose was better than regular dose.

I just saw/heard on some commercial the other day, that there's some kind of new liquid asprin that doesn't cause stomach problems like regular asprin can.

I still take 325 a day!  You guys will miss me when I'm gone!  Tongue




That's the one I saw.

I wonder how many dumbasses will get confused and try to take Vaseline.... 


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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


^ Do you have an estimated date of when we will be missing you?


Go ahead,Thor.  I am not well.  It could be 2 days or 2 months.  Thanks for your support.
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


^ Do you have an estimated date of when we will be missing you?


Go ahead,Thor.  I am not well.  It could be 2 days or 2 months.  Thanks for your support.

And it could be two years or two decades.
 
Same as the rest of us, IOW.

Keeping a sense of humor about it: Priceless.

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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


^ Do you have an estimated date of when we will be missing you?


Go ahead,Thor.  I am not well.  It could be 2 days or 2 months.  Thanks for your support.


You've been alluding to your imminent demise now for awhile. But we haven't heard a diagnosis or prognosis.

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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


^ Do you have an estimated date of when we will be missing you?


Go ahead,Thor.  I am not well.  It could be 2 days or 2 months.  Thanks for your support.


You've been alluding to your imminent demise now for awhile. But we haven't heard a diagnosis or prognosis.

I posted some of the paperwork from last year.  The medication made me feel better.  I have Edema, I'm very weak. The symptoms are much more severe.  I know how I feel.
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F'ing name sounds like a resort town in Mexico.
"I'm heading to Cabenuva, then spend 2 nights in Acapulco"
Damn commercials, goofy names.

Price...yeah good luck affording it.
The SH*TLOAD of side effects sounds wonderful as always
https://www.drugs.com/sfx/cabenuva-side-effects.html


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