I have been frustrated. I have been having an earache that will not go away. I have been on antibiotics, eardrops and even nasal sprays and nothing has helped. As long as I could remember, I have never had ear problems. Its frustrating.

For a long time, I was resistant to being on assistance but for the time being I need to be. I hope to eventually get off of it. Its helpful to a point. Medicaid is good but also bad at the same time. Its better than not having any insurance though. The thing about about medicaid is that its annoying and its limiting when it comes to finding a dr. Depending on the insurance I am sure, but it seems like it may not be entirely accurate all the time. As soon as I can I hope to get off of it if I can get regular insurance. Regular insurance is costly though but it is a goal and its a goal to get off of assistance.

I have a feeling that I am going to have to be referred to a specialist and I have a feeling I am going to have a hard time finding one because of the limitations of medicaid. Some people may think you get the same quality of care, but I do not think so. You do not have the choices of drs like you would have with regular insurance and you are typically limited to your own state when it comes to Drs. That becomes a problem for the people who live so close to the next state. You do not have the choices that you should have and be able to pick the ones that would fit your needs.

I am frustrated that I am in pain with my ear. It will not unplug no matter what I do and its annoying.