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How do you get on an insulin pump with no coverage for it? Type 1 for 32 years, it would be awesome not to take multiple shots a day. I wish I could get a pump. Could trade extra supplies for one..

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Living with type 1 diabetes since 1977.
McDonough, GA
well your doctor need to put the settings in the pump and the supplies for the pump need doctor prescription for and the insulin humalog or novolog is with doc prescriptions too ...!!!

Living with type 1 diabetes since 1984.
Elton, LA
Well. I know that much! That doesn't answer my question.

Living with type 1 diabetes since 1977.
McDonough, GA
maybe some people selling

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2010. supporting a spouse with type 2 diabetes since 2011.
Jonesboro, AR
It's prescription you need to talk to endo

Living with type 1 diabetes since 1989.
San Jose, CA
The cheapest pump to get on is the Omnipod because there are much lower up- front costs. Just FYI. Good luck!

Living with type 1 diabetes.Living with type 2 diabetes.
CA, United States
Most companies have special programs to help you pay and cut costs like Anamis has a program.

Binghamton, NY
I have I pump that in bit using

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2010. supporting a spouse with type 2 diabetes since 2011.
Jonesboro, AR
I have a year old 530g that comes with a box of reservoirs and a box of mios plus the cgm system I'd sale for 900. It's purple and has a purple skin

Living with type 1 diabetes since 1984.
Elton, LA
I wish. I don't have $900 to spend on one. Need supplies? I could trade?

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2010. supporting a spouse with type 2 diabetes since 2011.
Jonesboro, AR
No I got tons of supplies I get 6 mo at a time

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