All Discussions Tagged 'lancets' (8)

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Smallest lancing device available?

My pockets are getting more and more crowded as I gain more tools to take better care of myself. I am looking at my inventory and really th…

Started by savage810

9 Nov 9, 2012
Reply by savage810

FREE Lancets

Hi everyone. I have several boxes of one touch ultra lancets that go for almost $15 a box.My Insulin pump supplier sent me a 3 month supply…

Started by Kathy

4 Apr 7, 2012
Reply by shelly

one touch lancets

I just switched meters and no longer need the lancets for my one touch since i am no longer using it. Dose anyone know if or where i can do…

Started by Rachel

7 Jan 16, 2012
Reply by still_young_at_heart

Medicare Test Strips Limits

I learned this from my wife the pharmacist.  Here are the hoops a patient and doctor have to jump through before medicare will pay for more…

Started by Terry Keelan

8 Oct 3, 2010
Reply by Doris D

Lancets anyone else as bad as me changing them?

I always forget to change I know it is bad but man I have used the one in my lancet device since Thursday! I just changed it but geeze I re…

Started by T1Student

19 Mar 28, 2010
Reply by Marie B

Has anyone else tried the new "renew" lancing device

I am not easily impressed--but wow..no pain ( really--I thought it had not worked and I would have to turn it up wasting a lancet) and so f…

Started by Denise Bevard

11 Sep 19, 2008
Reply by Misty

Lancet use

Just wondering how many times you use your lancets before you replace them. I know that the boxes say to use a new one each time, but I als…

Started by Big Al

10 Aug 13, 2008
Reply by Kristin

Household uses for a lancet?

I'm sure I'm not the only one who's explored the versatility of those prickly little things. Obviously, lancets are great to have around in…

Started by tmana

3 Jun 27, 2008
Reply by tmana

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