My dad has diabetes 2 and high blood sugar. Drs are about to put him on insulin shots. Is there any kind of food that lowers high blood sugar? is there a special diet he should be on or foods that he ...
17 months ago I had a triple bypass, while in the hospital they gave me insulin shots, i had no health insurance, they never said a word about it. Now I cant get health insurance, and do not qualify ...
If you are in the United States, go to your local health department and ask about the Patient Assistance Program. You could also ask your doctor for information.
TIMOTHY D L
I hope so!
Please vote democratic this time! No one should suffer because of our capitalist system
In countries that pay for basic health support, like most of European countries
INSULINE IS EXPENSIVE MY DAUGHTER IS ON NOVOLOG AND LANTUS SHE GETS 4 SHOTS A DAY. TRY LOOKING FOR PRECRIPTION DISCOUNTS IN YOUR AREA OR GOVERMENT HELP ALSO SOMETIMES IF YOU CALL THE MANUFACTURER OF THE MEDS. THEY WILL GIVE IT TO YOU FOR FREEEEEEE WHICH IS ALWAYS NICE.
sense you didn't get any information it is hard to answer such an open question ......are you under 18 ...are you disabled ... have you tried to get help? give more information ...my doctor gives me samples for my insulin and sometimes companies give coupons that are good at your pharmacy for refills.
Calvin of China, PhD
If you are American and unable to work; the Social Security Administration will help. However, if the problem is threatening your existence, you need to have a good doctor to speed up your case. A good doctor is one who cares about you. There is a chance you can get help from the county health department. However, you will need a letter from two doctors and a statement from the Social Security that you have been either turned down or your case is pending.