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DRDEADLIFT Posts: 174
1/29/13 7:55 P

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I ordered and received new meter. After I exhaust my supply of strips I might switch.

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1/29/13 7:38 P

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Welcome DrDeadLift! Its been a pretty quiet team the last year or so, but hopefully you can find some benefit to being here. : )

Shorty, in my experience/opinion, you should ALWAYS opt for the meter upgrade, because its usually free, you usually get to keep the old one still, it comes with a starter batch of strips, and if you hate it, you just don't ever have to use it again because you still have your old meter on hand. I think its by far the easiest way to see whats out there, and you never know if there's something that has the perfect set-up for you if you don't try it!

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1/27/13 4:48 P

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Hello,

Nice to meet you - I'm just four years young with Diabetes. I was diagnosed at 39 with Type 1. I also use a Medtronics pump. I recently received an offer to upgrade and switch to a Bayer glucometer, I'm considering it.

" Sometimes God places people in your life who help and encourage you even when they don't know it"


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DRDEADLIFT Posts: 174
1/17/13 2:31 P

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I was diagnosed in my 30s after a European trip and some bug I caught between Netherlands and Scotland. Have managed ok. Use a Medtronic pump and lots of get strips.


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