Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Ask A Question' started by ohitsnicola, Sep 11, 2015.
Love the orange!!
I like the first two lol! Anyhow what pens could I use for levemir other than echo as I require 36 units of that???
I found some country skins, had to include this because it has Canada sadly couldn't find an England one though
Also I think NovoPen Echo may be cheaper in the long run I saw on Amazon it costs £43 obviously the NHS get it cheaper, I know that a five pack of NovoRapid pre-filled costs £30 as I caught I glimpse on my GPs screen when ordering it once It's the same insulin in both pens, but the pre-filled pens themselves must cost a few pound to produce a pack of five and average this over the 4-5 years the memory of the Echo pen lasts it will prove very cost effective.
So they really should give you one
Envy.. I want different coloured and designed pens now!!!
I'd happily pay £5-10 for a skin
Me too!! Must be a male that issues blue n red ones to NHS!! doesn't think of personal choice.. Cost cutting??
Are you canadian then?? Haha! Still doesnt answer my question about other pens that do more than 30u though
No Canadian scientists Banting and Macleod were the first to use insulin for humans, I'm English
You could try contacting Novo Nordisk, I guess although the phone call might cost a bit
Oh haha i never knew that lol! Yes that is true or i can just google! Hehe
where did you find these? i have an echo and id love to buy one
I found a site that sells them in the US but still no luck for the UK:
I like the different coloured pens to differentiate the insulin being used but does anyone know a source of different-coloured cases? No open cases seem to be all blue but a lot of the others you can buy are just black. I'm always using them at the bottom of my bag!
I love the cases by myabetic! They are really nice and some look like clutch bags