Aargh! I have "misplaced" my meter that goes with my pump. Anyone have any idea how expensive it is to replace? I have insurance with Harvard Pilgrim. I can't believe I did this - I am always so aware of it.

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It isn't criticl to have the meter that goes with your pump, unless you are totally into using the remote function. I have always entered things mannually into my pump - even with the Png - so I wouldn't miss it. You might check into our home insurance. A lot of times people have found that their home insurance will cover things like this for medical devices/equipment. Of course there may be a deductible to deal with.

Thanks! I usually have my pump in my pocket and easily accessible to manually enter info. I will look into your suggestions.

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