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Does anyone have Tresiba? My insurance will not cover it, and I do substantially better on it. Happy to trade 2 pens of Levemir for each 1 pen of Tresiba and pay all shipping. Thanks!

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Living with type 1 diabetes since 2013.
Arvada, CO
They have a patient assistance program on their website.

Living with type 1 diabetes.
Boise, ID
Thanks,**** Unfortunately, because I have insurance, I don't qualify for their PAP--even though my insurance doesn't help in this instance as it doesn't cover this med. Also, because it isn't covered, I can't use the co-pay card that Novo Nordisk offers for Tresiba.

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2013.
Arvada, CO
Oh my insurance let me use the card even though it's not on the formulary....because it can be used as a second insurance.

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2013.
Arvada, CO
The $15 card on the website can be used with insurance.

Living with type 1 diabetes.
Boise, ID
Thank you for sharing your experience. I hadn't tried asking my insurance company about it after speaking with Novo Nordisk, but will give that a shot.

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I'm in the same situation as you are. I was told by my pharmacist that I could not use the $15 card because my insurance doesn't cover Tresiba. Just wondering if you ever found a way to get your Tresiba with the card?

I'm a mom supporting a child with type 1 diabetes since 2002.
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Is Toujeo similar? Might be able to work a trade if that helps you.

I'm a mom supporting a child with type 1 diabetes since 2002.
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Just dd some research guess those two are different-has me wondering if my teenager would do better on Tresbia as well?Some interesting information in the various D forums. Wish I could help you and thanks because now I want to read up further. Best wishes.

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