I just got a call from my insurance company denying me approval for Humira. When I asked them why they said it was because I had not tryed enough of the other medications such as the oral ones like Methotrexate. I have had psoriasis for 30 years, during that time have ben to more dermatologist then I can remember and tryed more medications and treatments then I want to remember. I pay big premiums for my insurance and they have the nerve to try to tell my present dermatologist who is the one who recommended the Humira how to treat me. Since when do the insurance companies get to be the ones to tell us which treatment we should have? I really thought that I would get that from my doctor not a paper pusher. As you can tell I am a little pissed off right know, I have to see my dermatologist on Monday and discuss what we will do next and I am just tired of it all but especially having my psoriasis out of control and not being able to get a treatment that might help it. AUGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
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