Exactly and understand that the one that makes those decisions is you when you sign for it. It’s not us. It’s you. You might not be aware of those details, as Edward has been explaining throughout our conversation, but it is your responsibility, and you were the one that signed for it. And then you have to run what is it roll with it, because sometimes there is not a chance for you to make changes until the next year or a period or whatever. So let’s just talk a little bit more about the doughnut hole because we didn’t start. So the doughnut hole occurs as Edgar said, after you have paid in form of copayment, whatever you want to describe it as $4,130 so the first dollar after that is going to go super higher. So let’s say that your drug is normally $150. And you’d be paying a copayment of $4. Then you’re going to pay maybe 30, maybe 50, maybe $100 for that medication because you are in the dougnut hole. So dependent of how many medications you have, how frequently you use them, how costly they are, you need to organize yourself and plan and talk to an adviser and a pharmacy technician and then plan it for the following year. Why are we saying all this right now and this is so important because the enrollment time is coming up. So I’m, we’re giving you a heads up so you get ready. So what it is, is that you can go to the pharmacy until the pharmacy tech or call them and say hey, I just want to know what have been used in all this year. I need to know In a printout or in an email, tell me how much have I used, what are these drugs? How much do they cost and how much the insurance have covered? Whether is Medicare Part D, whatever it is, or if it’s a private, please do it. And then with that, you go to your advisor and you said, this is what I take. This is how much I pay. What, How does it look for me in the next year? What options do I have based on this? Because it might be that the previous year you were not using a drug and now you are and then things changed. And if there’s a prescription drug that is on top of that a brand name because there’s no generics? I don’t want to tell you details because they’re going to be awful and I don’t want to ruin your day. We just wanting to inform you. And again, the doughnut hole does not get a preview like the movies that it tells you that doughnut hole is coming, get ready. No, no, it just shows. It’s boom right there and it doesn’t go away until you reach the $6,550 which for some people might be suffocating and for others might be just one drug. So we need to be aware of all this. So you handle and please, I truly want to tell you this as a human being to another human being you my dear listener, that is in the US. After September, in the pharmacies, everywhere in the US, we are in a level of stress that you have no idea because it’s when normally regularly the doughnut hole starts to kick in all the way to December, and we get screamed at, cursed at, insulted, degraded through thrown things in our faces, and it’s never our fault. It is your doughnut hole nd this is why we’re talking about this because there is a way for you to prevent it. There is a way for you to work through it. And there’s a way for you to most importantly, get educated so you understand what it is and you can have alternatives. Now, if your indicator You choose not to buy anything extra, which is your choice. And you know that it’s not the pharmacist or the pharmacy technician that is doing this to you. It is that bad in any pharmacy all over the US from September to December. And when we see those big numbers, we are ready to be screamed at. And that is a hazard that we have when we’re just trying to help you. So please, Edward, tell us what options do they have to fight the ugly and disgusting doughnut hole?