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Re: [IP] CONS ABOUT PUMPING



have to agree on the 24/7 cord thing,
but IF your insurance pays 100%
on durable/disposable, etc medical goods and
you have a co pay on insulin, as a prescription,
it could be CHEAPER to pump :-)

in addition, since a prescription co pay FOR ME (this is so much a YM DOES
V) is by the month, and by the count of prescriptions, going from two
prescriptions (long acting + short acting) this will cut the insulin
prescription bill in half

yep, this is certainly a YMMMV topic

michelle
----- Original Message -----
> The con is that you have this growth on a cord attached to you 24/7 and it
is
> more costly than injections.
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