Thanks for your responses.
Old Hat, the dr. Doesn’t carry the shot and though it is recommended, won’t write the prescript
I have a feeling it’s my daughter’s age but I wasn’t there and the dr said she just doesn’t do that,
Told her to see her GP.
She would pay for the shot out of pocket, but that’s not the issue.
It’s disappointing, with all the blood draws and scopes, and prescribing of biologics,
it would have been comforting to have the confidence from the dr prescribing the Xeljanz.
This will slow things down and the flare goes on a little longer.
Another day from work, waiting for another dr. appointment.
It stresses her, it seems small, who knows how the GP will feel he’s not prescribing the biologic, and in the past has wondered why she shows up there for GI issues, sometimes it was easier than waiting for GI.
She’s had so much to deal with since the positive Ana during the last 2 plus years, endless drs and most don’t have after work hours.
The outside pharmacies all require a prescript
ion because of her age.
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