One of the many things that sucks about having a rare and chronic form of NHL is being denied treatment and/or medication because insurance companies don't understand your condition. Today I received yet another denial letter for a new treatment medication.
So when I choose to avoid controversy, reduce my stress or distance myself from negativity it's mainly because I have real life fights to battle. And if you can't understand or support that, then I don't know what to say🤷🏾♀️.
Every accomplishment means 1000% more than most people could ever understand.
And when you add in the extra stress of working full-time, it becomes very disheartening to be micromanaged for things like not making calls at work when in your personal life you have to spend your days calling about medication that can save your life.....crazy right.
Have you ever experienced denial of medication through your insurance carrier? How did you manage? Please comment below.