Suggest treatment for narcolepsy
Hello, and thanks for your query.
I see from your message that you have narcolepsy. You are treating it with dextroamphetamine. What are your current symptoms and problems? Perhaps once I understand your symptoms better I can suggest a potential solution.
I would strongly urge you to ask your doctor to try their best to talk to your insurance to get it approved. Oftentimes when a patient has been taking a medication for a long time, insurance will approve a prior authorization request to cover it. I'm sure your doctor is already working hard on this. He will likely succeed.
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