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Get Around-the-clock Blood Sugar Control With Powerful A1c Reduction

Do not take Tresiba® if you: are having an episode of low blood sugar are allergic to Tresiba® or any of the ingredients in Tresiba® Before taking Tresiba®, tell your health care provider about all your medical conditions, including if you are: pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding taking new prescription or over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, or herbal supplements Talk to your health care provider about low blood sugar and how to manage it. Read the Instructions for Use and take Tresiba® exactly as your health care provider tells you to Do not do any conversion of your dose. The dose counter always shows the selected dose in units Know the type and strength of insulin you take. Do not change the type of insulin you take unless your health care provider tells you to Prescription Tresiba® is a long-acting insulin used to control high blood sugar in adults and children who are 1 year of age and older with diabetes Tresiba® is not for people with diabetic ketoacidosis Tresiba® is not for children who need less than 5 units of Tresiba® each day It is not known if Tresiba® is safe and effective in children under 1 year of age Tresiba® is available in 2 Continue reading >>

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  1. angelalock

    the cost of insulin pumps

    i have been trying to get my insurance to pay for an insulin pump, but, unfortunately (yet predictably) have been denied. i have gone over the pros and cons of using the pump and, for me, the pros far outweigh the cons. first and foremost because i'm bad about forgetting to take each shot throughout the day. the problem is, with all the information i have found on the pump, i cannot seem to find out just how much one costs and if the insulin is more expensive. i am in a coverage gap as far as my prescription coverage goes and will have to be paying full price for the insulin. i am on a limited income and having many health issues that require medications i cannot afford to pay anymore than i am presently (about $650/month for insulin alone). can anyone tell me how much their pump cost and the average cost of the insulin each month?

  2. Harlen

    I love my pump and it has made my life a lot better.
    costs they run up to 7,000 with out ins ,there are places you can get a used one. The oens costs me a lot more then the vile of insulin,but you have the insets to get and they are 13.00 every three days at best if your laying out of pocket.If you do get a pump lit me know and I will send you a link to some frends that can help you get the insets at a much lower cost.
    Best wishes
    With my ins I only pay 10.00 a 1/4 for 22 viles of insulin befor I was spendin 400.00 a 1/4

  3. angelalock

    thanks, harlen. i guess i'll be looking into trying to find a used pump. there is no way i can afford a new one. the cost staggered me!!! right now, i'm taking shots (4 daily). i was on novolog and lantus and it was costing me about $650 a month. which meant i was forced to skip some shots because i could not afford it…i take several other meds, and all together my monthly cash price is more than $1500. the doc decided to see if novolin n and novolin r will work, because it is about $180 a month. a big difference!

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