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CTB23 posted:

Slouchy, you’re absolutely right.  Each time I get loperamide from Costco, they write my name in a book and check it the next time to make sure I don’t come back too soon for more. I have good insurance through Tricare so I get the Lomotil covered by that.  Otherwise as you know, it’s quite expensive.  I use the loperamide more at night and Lomotil during the day.  Seems to do the job right now.  Are there any programs out there that may subsidize the cost for Lomotil for those without insurance?

Thanks for the info. 

At the moment I have a few months supply stashed so I have time to figure it out. 

I'm going to suck up my anger and probably go get on a much more dangerous/regulated bowel slower like codeine or tincture of opium. Can't remember if those are the exact drugs. Oh the irony, because opiates are dangerous and I can't have dangerous imodium I'll consume much more dangerous opiates

Compounding pharmacies can be relatively inexpensive. I've just got to price out the tinctures. 

I should have some insurance now but it's a hair-ball due to running a small business. I'm supposed to be on Obamacare but they booted me off due to not having my taxes done. Basically I can't prove my income at the moment. 

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