07-25-2012 12:38 PM
Was wondering if anyone can tell me where I can get some blood glucose log books? I did buy some from this site some time ago but can't find them here now.
Thanks for the help
07-25-2012 01:05 PM
I have an Accu-Chek meter and I called their toll-free number and asked how to get some logbooks. They sent me three and said that when I need more to just call and they'll send some more.
They were VERY pleasant about it and said they were pleased that I was using their meter. FREE and nice besides!!! Can't ask for more than that!!!
I found the number on a sticker on my meter and it's also listed in the instructional guide that came with the meter. I'm far away from that info but I'm sure you can find it!
If you use a different meter, just call the number for your own meter.
Listening for the Shout
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07-25-2012 02:00 PM
You can try asking for free booklets at your pharmacy. I think they get them from the meter manufacturers to distribute to anyone who asks.
07-25-2012 09:23 PM
Thanks Molly and carleen, I'll do that.
07-26-2012 08:14 AM
I hit my endo up when I visit her.
You go to school to learn, not for a report card.
You use your meter to learn, not for a report card
Type 1 (LADA).. Novolog/Levemir
Adult onset T1
07-31-2012 05:11 PM
I like these Bayer Clinilogs. They're inexpensive, easy to read, and compact, yet a ton of information can be written in them. (I put Exercise minutes in the last column, add them up at the end of each week, and enter the total minutes and daily average minutes at the bottom of the page.