Thanks for the pump info but I was looking for CGM info. The Dexcom G4 Platinum goes with the Ping, I believe. Our Insurance did cover the pumps way back in 2006 when I was looking at the pumps at the hospital but I decided that I didn't want one after all. Then the Government took over paying for the pumps which makes no sense to me since the Insurance covered it but anyways......
I looked all over the net to see if our Insurance(Manulife) covers the CGM but no I didn't find
what I was looking for. I'll ask my husband to ask his Insurance but me thinks it's a "NO Coverage", for now. I did find that they cover Life Insurance for people with HIV though. Surprised! I don't think they cover Diabetics for Life Insurance. Mind you, I didn't ask. It would probably be expensive for both ailments.
YES! My second home is the Riverside. I'm not far from there or the General. Before I used to walk(on a good day) to the Riverside until my RA got really bad. I used to live at the General(they had a great cafeteria) until they moved my Specialists to the Riverside
for some reason. My Rheumy was not impressed. Me neither! Both our Kids were born at the G and everything happened there practically. All my Doctors were there. I hardly think that we have the same Endo however at the Riverside. There are a few there that fit my descript
ion. Her name ends in an N. That's all I can say about
her name on here. Thanks! :)
Type 1 Diabetes - Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis(RA) - Asthma - Hypounawareness - secondary Raynauds - Osteoarthritis - Dry Eye - other stuff
Coversyl - Pantoloc(as irritation preventative) - Levemir - Indomethacin - Morphine - Salbutamol - Prednisone - Humalog - Xeljanz - Tears Naturelle II - Aspirin(81 mgs.) - Cod Liver Oil Caps - Vit D other OTC
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