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No More Insulin from Local Clinics?

Hi there,

I was wondering if you could be so kind as to assist me in the following request.
My girlfriend has been a Type 1 diabetic for 23 years and she always collected her insulin from the local clinic.

Last month when she collected her insulin she was told that the government clinics don’t supply insulin anymore, since then it’s been a uphill battle to get insulin.

She doesn’t have medical aid at the moment and therefore we would appreciate it if you can refer us to someone or a clinic that’s able to help in this matter.

Hope to hear from you soon…

Kind Regards,

Giovani

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4 Comments

  1. ASHLEY BOTHA ASHLEY BOTHA

    Try approaching the ‘DSA” (Diabetes South Africa)

    • Keith Meyer Keith Meyer

      Ha Ha, i wish you luck

  2. keith schenck keith schenck

    what if anyhthing can be done about the burning sensation in the feet although they are cool to the touch.

    • Hi Keith,
      It’s a good idea to get your feet checked every year by a podiatrist – this could be the start of neuropathy, which can be serious. Best to go and get your feet checked to be sure – will you let us know how it goes?

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