Re: [IPp] sore fingers
Mindy - I meant that the One Touch is not an option
with our insurance. You can get just about any
for free these days, but the supplies will cost you
an arm and a leg... case in point, with the accucheck
machine, the insurance charges us 16 dollars/month for
lancets and 16/month for strips. With the one touch,
it's double. That adds up. I'm not a big fan of the
accucheck, but it gets the job done. I've got to read
the handbook to see what it says about alternative
Thanks - Octavia
> --- mindy beseler <email @ redacted> wrote:
> > Hi Octavia,
> > Why isn't the onetouch ultra an option with
> > alternative sites? Until we
> > started using the cozmonitor (freestyle) we
> > exclusively used Sean's arm with
> > a one touch ultra.
> > Mindy
> > Mom to Kendra, Sean (dx 5/00, cozmo 11/03), Kara,
> > and Kelli
> > Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2005 04:46:30 -0800 (PST)
> > From: Octavia Kincaid <email @ redacted>
> > Subject: Re: [IPp] sore fingers
> > We've wanted to start using "alternative sites" as
> > my
> > poor 18month old daughter already has little scars
> > on
> > her tiny fingers - we test about 8-10 times a day
> > since she can't communicate anything about her
> > sugars
> > or symptoms yet. Anyway, we asked the CDE about
> > and got nowhere - is there an age limit on this?
> > Where do we find out how to do it? We use the
> > Accucheck compact (for insurance reasons - we
> > the onetouch ultra, but it wasn't an option).
> > Thanks
> > Octavia, mom to Ailsa, dx'd at 11 months, pumping
> > since 14 months (9/04)
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