Depending on your insurance copayment & your pharmacy price, expect to pay additionally between $70 to $155 for a one-month supply of CGMs (2 sensors). Alternatively, use the GoodRx coupon to get the best price.
For those who may have prediabetes and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) conditions, it may be best to use CGM along with a dietitian consultation. Please email us at email@example.com if you need dietitian recommendations.
You understand that it's your responsibility to pay for the device on your own and determine if your insurance plan provides any benefit for these services. Without insurance, the price of Abbott's CGM can vary.
The following are possible adverse effects of applying a CGM sensor and wearing the adhesive patch: local erythema (redness), local infection, inflammation, pain or discomfort, bleeding at the glucose sensor insertion site, bruising, itching, scarring or skin discoloration, hematoma, and adhesive irritation.
No physician relationship is implied. Always consult your own healthcare professional for all medical questions and/or diabetes treatment decisions.
Consult a physician if you have any concerns regarding allergies, ingredients, or medical conditions.