That is what $6,209.84 looks like.
14 weeks of daily Lovenox injections at approximately $32 a pop.
I’m a little over halfway through my doses. If we deliver Baby Girl at 36w, I’ll probably stop the Lovenox at about 34w, and switch to a less volatile blood thinner. So, I’m 21w today; that’s 13 more weeks of shots. Whoo-hoo! That’s less than 100 needles!
Up until now, because our 2009 deductible was met around the time of Duncan’s birth, all the medications I’ve been on have been 100% covered.
Welcome, 2010, and a fresh new yearly deductible of, well, let’s just say, A LOT, and we pay 100% of all expenses up until that deductible is met. Which means, for a while, we’ll be dropping about $445 every other Monday, for the shots alone.
I’m not telling you all this to make you feel bad for our financial “plight.” We’ve had ample time to build up our HSA, and don’t have to scramble too, too much to appease Walgreens. I point all this out just to commemorate the sacrifices we are already making for this daughter of ours.
It is so worth it.
PS – 21w update will post tomorrow after our appt. and ultrasound with the MFM office.