Newsletter from Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte: November and December 2016
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You can reduce your medication costs
Many dermatology patients have seen dramatic price hikes for medications they need. This has left some patients unable to afford their medications — even with insurance coverage. Here are some ways you can lower your costs.
Did you know there are ways to reduce your drug costs? Click here to learn how to reduce your medication costs.
Forced to try less-expensive medications first?
When an insurance company covers a more-expensive drug only after the less-expensive ones fail to work, it’s called step therapy. This tactic can delay necessary treatment and lead to setbacks.
If you’ve experienced step therapy, please share your story with the American Academy of Dermatology. Your experiences can help pass laws that allow others to get the medicines they need.
Submit your step therapy story here.
How to manage excessive sweating
Using antiperspirant instead of deodorant and keeping a sweat journal (to track situations when you sweat excessively) can help. See what else you can do to gain control.
Watch video to see how to manage excessive sweating here.
Rosacea: How to reduce flare-ups, diminish redness
Does it seem that nothing will lessen the redness or stop those unpredictable flare-ups? Making some simple changes can actually help. You’ll find dozens of insider tips that you can try today at:
- Triggers could be causing your rosacea flare-ups
- How to prevent rosacea flare-ups
- Rosacea: How to treat the redness
- Rosacea treatment: How to reduce redness from brimonidine gel
Non-healing or slowly healing blisters?
Do you have blisters on your skin that break open quickly, leaving painful sores? Do you always seem to have painful mouth sores? Blisters that burst quickly and heal slowly (or not at all) are a sign of pemphigus.
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