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530G with Enlite Experience?

I'm curious about the feedback from people who're using the Medtronic 530G with Enlite. I tried the 530G with Enlite for 24-hour and didn't…

Started by Allie Beatty

8 Jul 16
Reply by Vinnie

How many Test Strips do you use in 1 month? Just Curious.

I seem to be a compulsive "tester".....I was just wondering if I am "out there" on how many Test Strips I use. I will say about 400-500 a m…

Started by Robyn

557 Jul 9
Reply by Suhen

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

iHealth Lab's launches "world’s smallest, most portable mobile glucometer"

So I'm curious who else saw this mobile personal healthcare company announce their really small glucometer that attaches to an android or i…

Started by SSD

1 Jun 14
Reply by Troy

Nationwide Voluntary Recall of BMB-BA006A Advocate Redi-Code+ Blood Glucose Test Strips

Full Press Release HERE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - June 6, 2014 - Diabetic Supply of Suncoast, Inc. initiated a nationwide voluntary recall o…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

0 Jun 12

Blue Cross/Blue Shield is trying to kill me.

Ok, that might be an overstatement. But i have been trying to get a refill for my test strip prescription for 3 weeks and I'm not getting a…

Started by Elaine

11 May 22
Reply by Zoe

Insurance delay on supplies

Is there anyone else experiencing difficulty with getting supplies with the change in insurance coverage? I recently switched to Blue Shiel…

Started by Chris

11 May 2
Reply by Chris

A1C test kits to purchase for home use

I have not been able to find a home test kit anywhere! I used to get one at my pharmacy (Bayer) but they no longer sell them. Tried several…

Started by spirit7

9 Apr 23
Reply by Dave

Exactly how do YOU prepare and prick your fingers?

Hi everyone -- I'm less than a month into testing my blood glucose levels, and bit by bit I'm getting a method that works. But I figure I c…

Started by Infodigger

25 Apr 5
Reply by rick the "Blogabetic"

Hand care - after 'sticking' your fingers with a lancet

Lip balm every now and then has been suggested. Any other Suggestions? What about folks who have been doing it for years, whats the condit…

Started by Michael Hutch

40 Apr 5
Reply by Scott A

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