Okay...for some reason, our daughter has gone through a box of lancets in less then a month (we use anywhere from 6-10 a day). So, the pharmacy wouldn't fill it without calling for an insurance override. I told them to go ahead and fill it, and I would pick them up tomorrow. I was gone all day and my husband had the pleasure of intercepting the phone call from the insurance rep. She's probably lucky I wasn't here to take the call. For some reason, our daughter shot to over 600 last night and stayed up for over an hour. I was still checking BG at 3:30 in the morning. Again...she's probably lucky I didn't take her call! What the insurance rep was doing was calling to let us know that they had ordered more, wanted to know how often we were checking, and to let us know that the lancets could be used more then once!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Did I say that she's probably lucky I didn't take her call?!? Due to the work schedule of my husband, I am the primary person that takes care of diabetes stuff, so he didn't have a whole lot of information to give her. I understand that there are some that have no choice but to use them more then once. We have used them more then once, but try not to. I just think it's a good habit to change them each time you check. It does give me the hee-bee-jeebs to do so after seeing the insert pictures of syringe needles used more then once. But come on...you just paid for the full price of an insulin pump but you don't want to pay $7.99 for a box of lancets?!?!? I may still give them a call on Monday or call the endo's office to up the amount we can use per month. Thanks for listening!