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DeQuervain's and Trigger Finger- treatment with steroid injection resulting in hyperglycemia

Hi ya'll, So I've got miserable DeQuervain's and trigger finger, both in my left hand. The trigger finger has been happening for a few mont…

Started by elizabetta

23 Sep 25
Reply by elizabetta

Trigger Finger? Yikes!

It seems I may have trigger finger on two of my fingers (right thumb and left middle finger). It is pretty annoying and sometimes a bit pai…

Started by Manny Hernandez

25 Apr 20
Reply by Stuart

Site Rotation Schedule and finger pricking

I was trying to share this in someone's discussion but it didn't send . So I hope this might help elsewhere. I am new to the site and I hav…

Started by PMichel

15 Feb 7, 2013
Reply by sultansfam

The little things that make us happy

Don't you just love it when you poke your finger and get the exact drop size of blood for your test strip? Most times I get too much, and h…

Started by bobnominous

3 Nov 16, 2011
Reply by Doris D

To CGM or not to CGM........

Hi Guys. Need a little advice from the experts. I have been on the MM Veo pump for the past 2 months and my doc now want me to add the CG…

Started by Quazz

13 Apr 25, 2011
Reply by acidrock23

Licking Your Fingers. Well . . . do you?

My wife thinks it's gross that I lick my finger after testing but I told her "Lots of people do it." Of course that was just a knee-jerk,…

Started by Terry Keelan

39 Apr 25, 2009
Reply by Gail L

Testing Sites: finger or forearm?

I keep reading people's complaints about bruised and insensitive fingertips from all their bg testing. Personally I test on my forearm, whi…

Started by Techgirl

21 Dec 13, 2007
Reply by Doris D

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