July 23, 2016

Marinol User Reviews

Marinol - User Reviews

Marinol User Reviews

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Comment from: bemejenniferlee, 35-44 on Treatment for 2-5 years (Patient) Published: March 22

I have MS. And my dr. Prescribed marinol for pain&appetite. The drug works wonders.MIRICLE DRUG RIGHT FROM GOD TO A PILL!!! I've had no side effects. It worked the very first time I used it. Only took an hour to kick in after you chew it not swallow.with hot coffee..makes the drugs work faster.any drug.i take 10mg and sometimes more is needed for high tolerance for meds!! You can apply anywhere in the US for disability for the condition you have and once approved medicaide pays for it.so does united health. Just call local social security office to c what you need to do to qualify. It works in RI. You can also get on medical marijuana program. Ask ur dr. For form and have him sign,dateand list condition.u may have to get form from dept.of health. Not a pb just call local office&they'll mail it out to you. The real thing works just as well. If you can't offord marinol.a sript is about 2300.00 dollars. With medicade it's free or co pay.if you don't have a job or haven't worked in awhile that's ok. They will go by income not work credits.so it would be SSI. If no income still np they will give you a income for disability. Also remember not to use their doctors.u can use any dr you want. Don't let them tell you otherwise.if you live in RI or CONN a great MS. Dr. Is dr.guarnaccio..kathy wall is the best.nurse who takes care of all ur needs. Also if you are on an interferon&it makes you sick try copaxone.no interferons. Those things make you sick&depressed&full of rage. Hope I helped some people wit all this info. Good luck!!

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