All Discussions Tagged 'meter' (81)

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hot weather and test strips/meters

its really hot here in seville right now, like over 100F/40C and im getting a whole bunch of e13 error messages. ive used different boxes o…

Started by pancreaswanted

10 Jun 29
Reply by Scott A

True2go meter

Anyone use this meter and know where I can get test strips in Canada? I'm going to head to London Drugs shortly as their website says they…

Started by Jen

8 Jun 27
Reply by Jen

iHealth Launches World’s Most Portable Mobile Blood Glucose Monitor

iHealth Launches World’s Most Portable Mobile Blood Glucose Monitor    Announces Simple Savings Program to Make Test Strip Replacement Conv…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

1 Jun 15
Reply by Khürt Williams

Inaccurate blood glucose readings while sick?

I know it is normal do have higher BGs when sick, but is it expected for glucometers to be less accurate when under medication or sick? I'v…

Started by bort269

9 Apr 19
Reply by SS

Eat to your meter?

I have seen some comments and posts that are confusing to me as a new T1, and I think my questions may be related. If not, I apologize for…

Started by Dee

16 Apr 4
Reply by Terry

Test strips where do you dispose of them?

I was watching a youtube on 5 bad habits with diabetes. this lady was explaining 5 bad habits that she has with her diabetes one of them wa…

Started by dishers

58 Mar 9
Reply by Mar2a

ditto Device iOS App Makes Living with Diabetes Easier

Bluetooth wireless system connects multiple glucose meters to cloud-based logbook PLEASANTON, Calif., Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Biomedt…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

0 Mar 1

Meter Experiences and Advice?

I'm shopping for a meter. It's almost a year since I was diagnosed T2 and started using the Contour the pharmacy gave me. Sometimes the str…

Started by Larbabe

11 Feb 27
Reply by Scott A

Any Advice for Handling Fiddly Strips with Arthritic Hands?

Hi, I'm new here. I have long-standing RA, and my hands are pretty much hosed. I have trouble gripping anything small, and small flat slipp…

Started by Eucritta

15 Feb 17
Reply by Judith in Portland

I should be testing how many times?

I've been testing like 12 times a day. My nurse just told me on the phone I should never test more than 4 times. WHAT? How am I gonna know…

Started by emma

150 Jan 23
Reply by Chadha

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