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Re: [IP] Re: fingers for testing

> email @ redacted writes:
> << I also use the fleshy part of my palms, around the outside, like 
>  below the pinky and below the thumb.  I have a FastTake, which 
>  doesn't require as much blood.  I usually need to have been active
>  though, to make sure my hands are getting full circulation.  Doesn't
>  seem to heal quite as quickly as fingers though.  Don't know wh >>

On 7 Jan 2001, at 10:20, email @ redacted wrote:
> This sound like something good to try. Have you ever used your forearm
> they say you can and I've tried several time with no luck. I have no
> fat on my arms and that makes it hard to squeeze any blood out even at
> the deepest setting on the lance on blood, but the side of my hand may
> work.

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words.  I've read about the arm 
lancing quite a few times but haven't been able to duplicate it.  It sure would 
be nice if we could get some video of it for the IP website, like we have for 
inserting the Tenders/Sils/Comforts.

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