Continuous blood glucose monitor

 

Continuous blood glucose monitor

Continuous blood glucose monitor

Are you a diabetic and hate the daily challenge of pricking your finger for the fear that you won’t get enough blood the first time? Do you hate needles in general so that in itself makes it hard or difficult for you to bare testing your blood glucose level on a daily basis? If this sounds like you then a continuous blood glucose monitor may be the right solution for you.

If you do not like the thought of sticking yourself on a daily basis in order to test your blood glucose level then a continuous blood glucose monitor may be the answer for you. The continuous blood glucose monitor hooks to your body so that your readings are constantly being measured and determined which gives you and your doctor’s accurate readings anytime that you need them without the hassle of having to get your test strips out, your machine out and your lancets out each and every day and for some people it could be multiple times a day.

The continuous blood glucose monitor works well with kids or young children who may have been diagnosed with gestational diabetes, babies or even the elderly who may live alone and have trouble taking their blood glucose level readings daily or even the ones who have trouble remembering when to do it each day.

The continuous blood glucose monitor has not been approved by all insurance providers as of yet but is being worked on so if you are finding yourself researching the possibilities of getting a continuous blood glucose monitor for yourself of someone else you may want to check with your insurance provider first.

One of the many benefits to having the continuous blood glucose monitor is that you carry everything with you. No more lancets, test strips or glucometers to carry around as well as the added benefits of paying for the machine only once!

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