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$35 Beginning of the year and slowly goes up to $135 by the end of the year for co pay. Middle part of the year when you enter the so called doughnut hole that's when it start to get expensive for a… read more
I gained a significant amount of weight when I first started this insulin. Is that a common side effect? Do other types of insulin cause weight gain. I should also mention I am "cash pay," meaning I do not have insurance so the insulin would have to be something I can obtain, over the counter that doesn't require a prescription.
This is so sad. There is no real substitute for proper insulin. Here in Oz the price is subsidised by the federal government. I pay a maximum of $40 for a year's supply ( at twenty units a day)
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I just got hit with an ungodly deductible through a Part D drug plan , $ 320.00 or $ 380.00 with a $30.00 copay , does anyone have a better one . My insulin ( Tresiba ) is a Tier 3 drug , HELP ME PLEASE
I feel like yapping again - I know that will surprise some of you 😀
I have posted before about "control" but have a bit of a different twist on it today - look at a different aspect.
The "3 years" in my question comes from some data from two big "remission studies" that were conducted, one in the UK (DiRECT) and one in the US (Look Ahead) and they kinda concluded that to achieve the best long term benefit, if you can "get a grip" within about 36 months of on-set, things tend to work out well… read more
@A DiabetesTeam Member ah, that makes sense! Having just finished up having Gestational Diabetes I'm sure I was toeing the line before getting my shot (and getting super sick). Oh well, it was on its… read more
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