It can definitely be pricy if not covered by insurance. At the dose you propose it would not be expensive at all, even if not covered, about 80 bucks per month. I am lucky that I have insurance and contribute very little from my weekly salary for it. The thing is my doc has a great rep and he has fixed up everyone I've sent him; they all thank the guy up and down. I was just curious about this large dose. He stays on top of things, so we will see how this goes.
Yes. I am getting married in July and we don't want to wait. I am 35 and don't want to be an old geezer as soon as my kids reach adulthood. I waited long enough to find the right woman.
I think this might have been the case.
Do you suggest this even if someone feels fine? Or maybe it's just healthier? Not trying to be a wiseass or anything, just curious as to what's best. The older I get the more optimal I want my health to be. I guess part of this optimal health plan is dropping the wiseass smart alec attitude I once had.
Oh yeah. I bought some insulin syringes once too. In NY we can get ten of them for a few bucks with no Rx. The nanny-state/jungle of NYC would not hold back on that.
I did not use the insulin syringes as I couldn't get the damn 1/2 ml into them. The TB syringe works well.