Total tongue in cheek on that one.
Yesterday I decided to refill my prescription for my migraine medication. I try to avoid filling this particular prescription, as it's a third tier medication and so quite expensive. I fill ten or so prescriptions a month, and many of them are second or third tier, so our medication costs are pretty spendy. The vast majority of those meds are asthma meds - apparently, breathing easy is not an option.
I called the refill line, entered the prescription number plus one other, and went on with my day. I took a kid to a doctor's appt, where she was prescribed a different medication - goooooo, us! - and then decided to go to the store and get the meds.
On the way, I checked my messages. I had one from the doctor who had given me the migraine med, who told me that they'd authorized the refill, but I needed to come in for a check up. Yeah. I know. I'm overdue. Maybe when school is out. They also want me to have an MRI. Which my percentage is $1600. I know this because my daughter had one last year.
I'll get right on that.