I have another problem, sorry but you guys are the only ones I know to help me.. I have insurance coverage thru my husband. Now I am eligible for Medicare. I had called my doctor, the pain spclst that I see monthly and prescribes a majority of my meds, whom I also believe is the one who helped me get ssdi and she does not take medicare...So I thought well I will just get part a, but now having 2nd thoughts cuz everyone says its higher if you nn it later, and who can predict my hubbys insurance,due to the economy.???Anybody have any advice.. Any is better than my fibro fog on this issure:) Tks
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