Received some blood work back from the doc yesterday. Told I had “Low Folate Metabolizing” (or something like that) The dingbat 18-year old nurse was all mumbles when I called her back stating that since the prescription called in—Delpin was considered a medical food it would not be covered by insurance. Now, if I have to cough up the $100.00 bucks per month for this stuff I will, but what about methyl folate as an alternative? That can be found at most vitamin stores. I would sure appreciate some feedback.
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