How to be Broke and Medicated with Fibromyalgia or ME/CFS

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Having FM and ME/CFS can be financially challenging, but if you’re low on cash or are looking for just ways to save money, don’t give up hope. There are many ways to save money on prescription drugs, supplements or even doctors’ appointments.

Did you know, for instance, that no less than six drug discount programs exist in the U.S.? Or that some labs have their own discount programs? Or that you can qualify for some savings programs if you make as much as $75,000 a year?

If you can’t afford the treatment you need, don’t give up hope just yet. Lily Silver suggests you try these things first.

Some of these programs require low-income. Some do not. And some think “low-income” means “less than $75,000 per year.”

Rest assured, these programs do work. How a Bunch of Different People Got a Bunch of Different Meds Real Cheap. If these folks can do it, you can do it too!

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