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Diabetes is no stranger to Malaysians, with over 2.6 million Malaysians diagnosed with the silent killer in 2011 alone (source: National Health and Morbidity Survey). In fact, the disease is so prevalent that in 2015, almost one in every five Malaysians have been diagnosed with it, and children as young as five and six years old have been diagnosed with Type II Diabetes. Like every other chronic disease, once you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes, your entire life will be affected – and that includes your finances. The treatments and long-term care don’t come cheap, even if you seek treatments from government hospitals. Let’s take a look at some of the hidden costs of diabetes that you’ll have to fork out for, should you be diagnosed with it: There are two types of diabetes; Type I and Type II, and each of them require different types of medication. Type I diabetes patients are prescribed with insulin to help regulate the body’s blood sugar levels whereas Type II diabetes patients are prescribed with medication that helps the body use insulin more effectively such as Metformin. However, in some cases, even Type II diabetics would also require insulin therapy. In 2000 I was in a very minor road accident, I was stationary at traffic lights, with two other cars in front of me and my car was hit by the car behind, who did not notice that the lights were red, no one was hurt – although my car was written-off. Ever since then I have been really wary of sitting too close to the steering wheel and this has made me really picky when it comes to searching for new cars. I have found that it is not always possible for me to drive just any car, mainly due to my small stature. It angers me when all I can see is a pair of eyebrows hovering over the steering wheel driving towards me. I think to myself, ‘How on earth do they see over the steering wheel? Surely nowadays most car seats can be raised sufficiently! So as I am in the market for a new car I thought I would test drive a few of the cars I think would be a great fit for me as a petite driver and share my experiences with you. However, there are a few other things I need to consider before I can even look at what make, model, engine size, spec I want.
A once-daily medication for diabetes is now available in Malaysia. But how much more expensive is it to be a diabetic in Malaysia. that helps the body use insulin more effectively such as Metformin. At first, you might need multiple visits in order to troubleshoot your needs and issues.