Blood Glucose Meters

By doggier Latest Reply 2011-03-28 12:15:07 -0500
Started 2011-03-26 22:49:43 -0500

I have been looking on the internet and talking to people here about which meter to use. I am coming to the conclussion that it is all in what you like and just to stilck to one so that reading are not all over the place. Thank you'll for helping me.

4 replies

realsis77 2011-03-28 12:15:07 -0500 Report

Hi. Also get a meter that the strips are covered by insurance or are affordable! That's the important part! The meter company's make there money off the strips so keep the strips cost down! Good luck and God bless!

Harlen 2011-03-27 08:57:15 -0500 Report

You hit the nail right on the head .
The only other thing I can think of is price you ins comp will cover
Best wishes

RAYT721 2011-03-27 03:06:20 -0500 Report

My experience with meters is to shop by the cost of the test strips because there are so many offers for free meters out there. I got a pretty good deal from a website in which I bought 200 strips (with free truetrack meter) for around $53 and used a $5 off coupon I'd found online. 200 strips for $53? That's what I was paying at a retail drug store for just 100 test strips. In my opinion, a meter is a meter is a meter. The key is to use it!