Quilter ChrisThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Quilter Chris,
I do not know of such.
However I would advise you NOT to exchange any type of medicine with ANYONE. I take Insulin by shots and pills prescribed by my Dr. Along with a mixed assortment of other pills, which I definately h * ate, but when they tell you it's for the best, what else can we do?!
Please, even if you get or find an answer to this question, Please,I implore you, speak to your Dr. and tell him/her quite frankly of your financial problem and if he or she has any sense at all they will help you.
All medicines are prescribed by your weight and your age...Let your Dr. decide what is best for you.
My DH is a diabetic and I've never heard of such a site. I understand what you are saying that insulin is expensive. Please check with your doctor to see if he can give you free bottles of insulin. DH never has bought his daytime insulin (Novalog), as his doctor always gives him free bottles. He gets a checkup every 3 months. He does have to buy his nighttime insulin (Emerin).
call to place where you get them explain thay might help.
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Wha' cha sorry about? You had a thought, no big deal.
Been in your shoes many times, wishing there was some way to redo a prescription. But we're stuck with it and at times, it'll frustrate us no end.
I'm not sure what this post is about. If you can afford your RX, you can talk to your Dr and they will get you whatever meds you need. They have druuug reps in there all the time dropping samples off for patients to try before they buy or if they can't afford them. Don't let pride keep you from getting what you need. Diabetes is a serious illness! Go see your Dr...that's what they're there for...to help you!
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Chris, there is no need to apologize. Did your dr. switch you from Type II to Type I diabetes?
Your friends are just concerned. You just can't tell if someone else has tampered with medication or stored it incorrectly. It could cause irreversible consequences.
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