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I get my drugs where I shop. It's easy to drop off the prescription, get my groceries, and go. Everyone at our grocery store knows Z, so they usually expedite my order making it a fast and easy process.

It's fabulous.

A few days over a month ago, I told you about how I am all old and infertile. The doctor gave me a handy-dandy prescription to get things working again (and according to my most recent bloodwork, they are). My insurance won't pay for this prescription, but the pharmacy has a generic discount program so that I can still be able to afford my meds without having to hock the first kid in an attempt to afford the hope of a second one.

Apparently, on this discount program, you can't have an actual bottle for your drugs. Instead, they give you this:

Yep. That would be a generic sandwich bag containing prescription medication.
It's okay, though, the label is glued (and taped) to the baggie. 

This does not look shady at all, right?

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