Checking Blood Sugar Updated on March 4, 2015 By Pressure Guy 25 Comments How To Check Your Blood Sugar When You Have Type 2 Diabetes and Type 1 diabetes. Video Rating: 4 / 5 By Pressure Guy 25 Comments Yasir Bokhari March 4, 2015 The video was posted back in 2008. It’s 2014 so we need a better solution. We have created Blood, Glucose Vital Signs Monitor Watch. You can see more details here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/infrav-no-blood-glucose-vital-signs-monitor-watch/x/4259225 soneelita March 4, 2015 No hand washing? Yizzle March 4, 2015 Ricky Gervais is a doctor? Wiseman J March 4, 2015 First, you don’t take the first drop of blood, remove it, get a second one, read it. xD kofiata ata March 4, 2015 @DrGFS thanx for the information, i forgot i had asked for help here, so when i saw your message in my mail “I have always used the first blood“ i got scared…i thought you were a vampire….lol….peace…….. glucosmon March 4, 2015 Where is the alcohol???? Lethalis1234 March 4, 2015 it doesnt hurt it just scares you more then anything andrewesquivel March 4, 2015 how can i get a drop of blood if iv lost the little finger prick tool? TwilightfreakiloveEC March 4, 2015 Wat r ur symptoms? I am a type 1 diabetic Prove77 March 4, 2015 We’re up to half a dozen people in our North Central Florida area that have beaten diabetes be lowering their oxidative stress levels. There are holisitic alternatives to beat this disease. If you are in the North Central Florida area close to University of Florida, please let me know. bunniemunch123 March 4, 2015 whats wrong why did you say that DelphinusMinor March 4, 2015 This vid must be old. It only takes half that long now to get results. Megan C March 4, 2015 I have those symptoms too lol. Sorry, I had to. lol. Just a habit. Vanessa C. Roy March 4, 2015 @kofiata I’m studying Nursing and you’re right. The alcohol (when you desinfect your finger) can give you a wrong result, so we never take the ‘first blood’ and always the ‘second blood’ 😉 Ciarrai B March 4, 2015 Not necessarily, the high glucose measurement could be a number of things its best to just see a GP. Generally the mean daily BGL value has a normal range between 3.5-6.5 mmol.L(roughly speaking, not everyone is the same!) not sure what that is in mg/dI. If your levels after fasting for about 12 hours is higher than 8 than you are possibly at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. I was diagnosed prediabetic as my BGL’s after fasting for 12 hours was around 11. b2828282 March 4, 2015 The pricking is like getting a quick pinch. It hurts less than a bee sting. If u take the lancet and don’t put it in the pricked. U can do it on ur ear lobe, the bottom. U don’t even feel it sirtango1 March 4, 2015 @redcrown666 it feels like a stick from a briar or something similar. It depends on which part of the finger you stick also. Go for the sides of the finger NOT on the tip as thats where the most nerve endings are located. Another thing that keeps the pain down….Let the alcohol completely dry BEFORE you prick your finger! We all know how alcohol feels in an open wound. Emilyarr123 March 4, 2015 Umm you should tell your mum you need to see a doctor. Or go to a store and buy a meter. Most come free with a couple of strips and lancets. If you live in England or Australia and your blougar level is below 3 or above about 8/9 You may have diabetes. If you live in America and it’s below 80, or above 140 ish. See a doctor, you may have diabetes. fuzzyshihtzus March 4, 2015 @RetardedAdult ya, and Obama, dont forget Obaba. amitpanchabhai March 4, 2015 I didn’t see the link that gives glucomete free Emma Pinson March 4, 2015 5.8 xd mustang1582 March 4, 2015 can you prick any one of your finger because sometimes ill test my pointer finger which i always do and sometimes i have to do it twice because the prick did not pull all of blood and ill have do do it twice i was just wondering can i prick any finger? Vickie Gvz March 4, 2015 I get 120 mg/dl , is it normal? alaurah pinder March 4, 2015 you can get blood glucose metres for free in the uk too 😀 xxxx Eduneum March 4, 2015 I wouldn´t do it without desinfection Comments are closed.