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Prescription (Rx) for Freestyle Libre CGM

After your order, you will receive a medical in-take form to fill in

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Prescription Length: 1 month (x2 sensors)

Take the guesswork out of eating right and measuring how different foods spike your blood sugar. A freestyle Libre 3 sensor measures minute-by-minute your interstitial glucose level and sends automatically your readings to your phone. It lasts for 14 days and gives you valuable insight to take further action.

Order Rx to buy Freestyle Libre affordably

1️⃣ Choose the length of refills and Place an order for Rx

2️⃣ Receive an email with a link to a medical intake form

3️⃣ A medical team will review your case within 2-3 days.

4️⃣ Pick up and pay for the Freestyle Libre CGM shipped via us or at your local pharmacy

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.

5️⃣ Download the Tastermonial iPhone app to  start testing your foods

For those who may have prediabetes, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) conditions, CGM offers a great tool to learn what food works best for you.

Before placing the order, please read the below section

Warning and Caveats

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.