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Cool dog  nobody wrote 3 months ago

I thought this site would do this, and it apparently doesn't. Very disappointed. My INR which has been rock stable for years has suddenly started doing flip flops and I can't figure out why so I want to track my foods. One top of that I was forced to change hematologists due to an insurance change. New clinic is in a VERY INCONVENIENT LOCATION; waste a lot of time getting there for weekly testing. I tried one of the home use monitors and never could get enough blood out of my finger to get it on the slide, so that's not an option. I just love wasting time.

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Black lambo  blexie - (36) - posted about 1 month ago

I have been using a coaguchek XS for 10 years, check my blood twice a week, what they don't tell you about getting enough blood to satisfy the strip, is you have to start "milking" the assigned fingers for 10 - 20 seconds before you stick, also some fingers and locations are way better than other spots, I have 2, I use each week that never fail.
I am in range 100 percent of the time that way, no doctor involved, it is easy to manage dosages once you get used to it,(just like anything else). hope this helps.

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