A suggestion may be to apply to the individual drug companies that make each drug under their Pharmaceutical Programs and see if you qualify for some help.
As far as insulin goes both NPH and Regualr are affordable by many peoples standards and are not a brand name. The other insulin products are more expensive but all have the support of a Pharmaceutical Assistance Program.
I would contact your local pharmacy, Targets and large box stores to begin to shop around for options.
Let's here from the community members for creative ways they have found ways to get through the donut hole.
Wishes for good self management which you have with that A1c range.
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