Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Nightside, Nov 11, 2015.
Before I go make an appointment, will our benefits pay for Chantix?
I can't find my magic 8 ball to ask.
Call the toll free number on the back of your benefits card.
I believe Chantix is a no-no for drivers.
We had a driver use it to quit smoking. No idea if it was paid for or if anyone knew he was on it.
No. And it's expensive. A few years back I paid $160 for a month's supply.
If you just need something to put in your mouth....
Lol if it were only that easy.
It can have the same problems that sleep apnea does, lack of restful sleep.
Among many other things.
Why don't you call the number on your insurance card???
Good luck...I quit cold turkey after 23 years. 5 years later and I want one as bad right now as I did the day I quit.
Wouldn't you think after 5 years the physiological (I used a big word) withdrawal would be over and now you are dealing with the psychological (I used another big word) withdrawal?
Congrats on quitting BTW.
It's all in my head...I'm fine most of the time but if I see or hear something that reminds me of smoking I still have the craving.
I never realized how bad the smell was until after I quit. Damn, they do stink.
This, make sure you have have 40 minutes of spare time while on hold
and then it is all you smell for an hour after delivering to an apartment that is all closed up, with 2 or 3 smokers in it.
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This guy wants to know if teamcare covers viagra.
Not that you would be able to use it all that often
I don't have Teamcare --never did. We had a Blue Cross/Blue Shield policy and yes they did cover Viagra-- you were only allowed 4 pills a month. I tried it out of curiosity--gave me the worst headache I've ever had and a "D" you could pound nails with.
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