Hello, of course it's OK to ask. Your own psychiatrist would be the best person to answer your particular questions. I don't know what diagnosis he made, and use of this drug in this way isn't common and routine among adults. But surely if he has recommended it and think you need it, he should definitely write a strong letter of explanation and recommendation to the medial aid. And indeed, from the dates you give, may well have done so already : perhaps you can check with his office about this.
If he expects the medical aid to be uncooperative, he might consider arranging for you to see another psychiatrist for a second opinion and letter, or would and to have already planned an alternative med for you to use which the med aid would be more likely to accept.
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