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Every year I buy medications for more than 17.000,00 kr
(€ 2282 - £ 2560 - $ 2572)
On disability pension, that is a lot of money.

However, early October I spoke with a pharmacist at my local drugstore.
She told me that as a chronically ill person buying that amount of medication every year, they had a new payment system.

I will pay 325kr every month, which is 3.900kr a year.
It is the same amount every month, even if there is a month I don`t really need to buy any medication.

However, it is only like 1/6 of what I paid before so I said thank you and went to pay the first month today.

After that, Mum and I went into Aalborg for cloths shopping for one of our families in Bosnia.
We bought a winter coat, shirts and pants for Maliha, the baby at our new family. A little grocery shopping and then home again.

Now I need to email Amin, the person that collect the packages, and let him know that we have 2 packages for him on Monday.

Good day ♥


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Nov. 2nd, 2016 11:31 pm (UTC)
I meant to ask you if they had a payment where you didn't have to pay as much because it was chronic meds. But it totally slipped my mind. Glad it worked out.
Nov. 3rd, 2016 01:34 pm (UTC)
Well that's definitely a ray of sunshine for you! I can't imagine paying that much for meds, but I know some people here who do too. It's horrible. I'm glad you've got it worked out better. We pay our heating bill here the same way - monthly, even through the summer when we don't use heat because our payments are so high. For now anyway, we're replacing our ancient boiler with something newer and better so the payments should go down. *crossing fingers* It's hard when you have such high payments and you have no choice but to pay them, like you do.

Sounds like it's been a pretty good day for you. ♥
Nov. 6th, 2016 07:26 am (UTC)
That actually works out well, really...so glad they were able to help!

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