I live in michigan and we finally passed the medical marijuna bill this yr. and i'm looking for advice on this issue.I'm not sure but i'm pretty sure ins. company will not pay for office visit.I've been looking in on this for awhile after a visit from my newphue who live's in vegas.He was her for 3 months and he seen me at my worse and said I might wanna look in to it.Well I got brave and try'd some he had and I gotta tell ya,it did wonders for me.I wasn't eating stay'd in bed most of the day till I try'd it.I was 122pd.for 6 months with stomack problems,i'm now 145 and feeling great.I could go to the clinic but I don't have the money for it 200 dollars,i'd like to know if when I visit my new pain dr.this is something he would be okay with it.I've never been to pain managment and pretty lost about the rules.I have spoke to my PC about it,he's amazed at how much better I looked on my last visit.But he said he could'nt right the script because he has to follow hospital rules and was sorry i'd have to find another way,but in his eyes it worked for me.So if anyone has any info and willing to share i'd really be beholding to you.thank you.........
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