"I would start by calling a few Doctor offices in the town you want to buy them from. Explain that you are a Canadian citizen and looking for a prescription for your pump supplies. A Doctors appointment will cost you $100+ but once you have a…"
"does NOT work for folks living in BC ...one's connection is the Pharmacy only !! ...so one receives Pharmacare coverage ...I don't know the whole story , other than US folks buy from Canadian Pharmacies ...interesting to say the least !!"
I just found out that i can save almost 60% on my needles for my pump by buying them online in the USAnow they need a dr prescription... does anyone know how i can get one (i live like 5 minutes away from the border but i need some helpSee More
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Oct 9, 2012
paul is now a member of Diabetes community by Diabetes Hands Foundation: TuDiabetes
Welcome to the family!! On this forum you will learn so much. Most of what you will learn is that you are not alone. Everyone here is supportive and will provide answers to your questions. Search the site for answers. Read the discussions and blogs for information. There are videos to help you understand diabetes and its treatment. Most of all there is family to talk to and vent to, if needed.
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