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You should be able to get it from your GP on prescription. That would still mean having to order it, but if you are at risk of malnourishment I don't see why you should have to pay for it. Explain the situation to your gastro or GP. The only thing I would mention is that they do contain casein which is a milk protein that can cause problems if you are sensitive to it, but they are lactose free. Good luck
 

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You should be able to get it from your GP on prescription. That would still mean having to order it, but if you are at risk of malnourishment I don't see why you should have to pay for it. Explain the situation to your gastro or GP. The only thing I would mention is that they do contain casein which is a milk protein that can cause problems if you are sensitive to it, but they are lactose free. Good luck
 
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