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Re: [IP] Looking for Humalog or Novalog



 I had to buy a bottle of nph a few months ago ( I can't use lantus or
leviemir). Cost me $89 at cvs because I didn't have an rx for it.

Cindi

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On Feb 28, 2013, at 20:22, Elizabeth Blake <email @ redacted> wrote:

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>> 
>> When in need I didn't even buy the store brand. I just go to either Wal  
>> Amrt or Walg's & pay like $35 a bottle. Atleast in In or IL.  Never  
>> thought 
>> of paying an outrageous price of $100.
> 
> You're talking about the older Regular & NPH insulins. Those can be bought
 > without a prescription. The newer insulins that mostt people use in their
pumps
 > (Novolog, Humalog, Apidra) actually cost closer to $140 per vial if you have
to
> pay out of pocket. $100 would be a bargain for those.
> 
 > The last time I had to buy a vial of Regular was before I was pumping. I got
to
> work and realized my Humalog pen was empty. I paid close to $45 for a vial of
> Regular in CVS, and this was more than 8 years ago.
> 
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