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My husband is a really bad diabetic and he is about to run out of meds, kindly suggest

my husband is a really bad diabetic and he's about to run out of meds. and we dont have the money to see a doc and insurance wont take him and medcaid say we dont quilfy so were do we turn to
Thu, 26 May 2011
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Hi,thanks for query.Primary goal of treating diabetes is to prevent complication and have a smooth control either with medicines or injections.When optimum dose of drugs is given and still sugar not in control the best way is go for insulin.In diabetic patients the pancreas cells are exhausted and partially destroyed.In order to give them rest and help them recover at times insulin is required.Please do not shy away from it,it is a wonderful drug.And will save you from complications.Stress is a very important factor from control,please try to balance it.bye.
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This is a bad situation now really, some one  is denied treatment for the sake of not having insurance and money, What kind of country you are in? flee away from that. why do you want to stay there when your very existence is bothering because you do not have money or insurance.

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