Ran out of meds. Ins co doesn't see me in their system. Got a hold of my HR dept and they say I'm covered. All the HR dept had to do was send a fax or e-mail to Blue Cross to show I'm covered, it's been days and they still have failed to do that. I'm feeling aweful. I have no energy, I'm sitting in sweats wanting my meds but can't afford them. I finally got a call from HR last night saying "we got a message to call you" I didn't need a call, I needed them to do what I asked and please send info to Blue Cross so I could get my meds. I explained to the lady that after a few days I become suicidal. Her reponse "I'm sorry to hear that but there's no one here totake care of it for you, you'll have to wait until Monday". Unbelievable. Now what do I do? My birthday is tomorrow, I'll be 38 and once again, I'll probably spend my birthday in bed and in tears. Why can't I just get a break? Don't people even care about this kind of stuff? I feel like if I said it was a heart problem or something they'd care, but because people who don't suffer from this don't get it they just don't give a shit!
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