Now that I don’t have insurance that is accepted by my family physician, I have to pay out of pocket more than 2 times a year to keep him from dropping me from his patient list.
Since he prescribes my mental health medication, I don’t have a option unless I want to pay even more to see a psychiatrist for the same drugs. Worst of all, I don’t suppose a psychiatrist would accept my current medication regimen because they often want to see their patients on whatever drugs they appreciate as physicians. My brother’s psychiatrist is consistently wanting to change his medications if they don’t immediately beginning working within the first week of using them. Since my family physician is enthusiastic to prescribe me the same medications that work and have worked for years, I will pay whatever he charges to stay his patient. My cannabis doctor is similar—he’s not the cheapest option in town, despite the fact that he has been the most reliable marijuana physician that I have dealt with thus far. Some of them try to limit the THC on your inhalation recommendation for instance. This isn’t set by the state, and I’ve seen the numbers vary depending on which doctor a patient is seeing. If I wanted to go crazy with cannabis concentrates and beginning vaping a gram every afternoon or more than one, I would need thoUnited Statesnds of milligrams more on my medical marijuana recommendation compared to another patient. My doctor is more than enthusiastic to make this increase if I ask him, but that isn’t necessary. I suppose a odd guy who needs this much THC can benefit from these options if they’re smart and find a great marijuana doctor love I did.