Gbaby58, I had that experience with. Insurance not covering extra carbidopa. My daughter heard from a co-worker about PAN Foundation, an organization that will pay the extra cost of uninsured meds. They actually sent me a grant for $3,000, good from 12/2020 to 3/2022. I haven't used it because right now I'm not takinh C/L at all. Feel better without it at the moment. Go to PAN Foundation online to apply for help.
I couldn’t read all your message.
The doctor changed my CL to (Phone number can only be seen by the question and answer creators) and 8:00. A lot easier to remember. Have alarm set on my iPad.
Resagilin seems to be the standard now this is the third neurologist that tells me it's known to slow down the progression.
Problem with the side effects is that other doctors don't recognize them, and then prescribe tests to check their finding them, we need a list of all the known side effects that can be shown to gp doctors to limit extra testing.🙃