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    So I been havingbgenital pain that ranges from lower abdomen to the tailbone. Been causing issues because now I have urge the incontinence during the day and I wet 2-3 times during the week at night with no control.

    My general practicioner told me I might have either prostatitisnor prostate cancer. I am on medicaid and she told me to start wearing diapers at night until I see my urologist in 2 months. (Booked up)

    I have a company that I talk to to do the prescription but they need a exact cause for the problem. My doc put. Unknown issue with a 60 day prescription. Damn company won't accept it. This company HDIS won't accept the possible condition that it " maybe cause by prostatitis/ cancer. Seeking evaluation from specialist in 2 months"


    So I don't know what to do. I have no money anymore. I have spend a pretty penny already for supplies. I am sick of using a towel at night in my pants and washing the sheets every other day.

    I have non idea where to get help with this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deiveron View Post
    So I been havingbgenital pain that ranges from lower abdomen to the tailbone. Been causing issues because now I have urge the incontinence during the day and I wet 2-3 times during the week at night with no control.

    My general practicioner told me I might have either prostatitisnor prostate cancer. I am on medicaid and she told me to start wearing diapers at night until I see my urologist in 2 months. (Booked up)

    I have a company that I talk to to do the prescription but they need a exact cause for the problem. My doc put. Unknown issue with a 60 day prescription. Damn company won't accept it. This company HDIS won't accept the possible condition that it " maybe cause by prostatitis/ cancer. Seeking evaluation from specialist in 2 months"


    So I don't know what to do. I have no money anymore. I have spend a pretty penny already for supplies. I am sick of using a towel at night in my pants and washing the sheets every other day.

    I have non idea where to get help with this.
    Since your on Medicaid I would check with the pharmacies in the town where you live and you'll probably find one that will take your script. HDIS is in Missouri
    and they probably don't want to deal with Illinois on the issue.

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    They will take it they just require an actual diagnosis code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deiveron View Post
    They will take it they just require an actual diagnosis code.
    You need to get with your Drs. and get that worked out. It'll probably take your GP along with your urologist.

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    So an update. Saw my uroligist. Pretty much blew me off. Listened to my symptoms and told me to reduce stress and take Tylenol. I'm getting a new doc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deiveron View Post
    So an update. Saw my uroligist. Pretty much blew me off. Listened to my symptoms and told me to reduce stress and take Tylenol. I'm getting a new doc.
    here is a list of urologists in your area and the insurance they take. pick one that sounds good and start again..... if that doesn't get you what you need then keep trying until it does. i know that you don't have the best of insurance but one of these guys is going to care and give you some help.... so please keep trying.
    http://www.healthgrades.com/urology-...inois/waukegan

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