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Medical expenses

March 18th, 2008 at 05:07 am

I just paid a bill to the hospital for a mammogram and bone density test I had a month ago. It was $88.

Tomorrow I have the second periodontal treatment, which will be $400.

In April I have to get a colonoscopy. Don't know how much that will cost me.

I figure I need to put $1500 more into savings for my medical premium next January.

It's time for my dog's annual, which will probably top $200.

I also have to get two crowns and a filling some time this year, as well 3 more cleanings, and that will be more than $2000.

I am a little depressed about all these medical expenses. So much money and so little fun.

2 Responses to “Medical expenses”

  1. davera Says:

    I hear ya, Carolina. It is a lot of money and not much joy. Except that the good news is that these are terrific investments in your most precious asset---your good health. Your investment in regular medical checkups and your dental health makes utmost sense financially and for your long-term quality of life.

    Here's to many more years of healthy retirement for you!

  2. JanH Says:

    I so feel your pain. We've got a couple more bills for Hubby's surgery, waiting on the final tally and refund for DD's dental surgery, the dog needs a growth removed...So glad you are investing in your health though!

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