I'm right there with you Meesh. In the past year or so, my prescription co-pays have gone from orginally $2, then to $5 and now they are $10 for brand name and $5 for generic. That in itself isn't bad but it adds up because I take so many medications not to mention my hubby is now on medication as well as my son and daughter. Then our office co-pays went from $5 to $25. I was actually able to claim my co-pays on my tax return this year. Forget about even going to the ER because if I am not admitted, it costs $100. My co-pays are going up and who knows what our future holds seeing since my husband works at Ford Motor Company.
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