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Re: finger prick blood tests

tokon

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do many people here use finger prick tests for monitoring their own trt /Aas/health protocols?

how do they compare with the more conventional "blood from the vein" type tests?
 

thethinker48

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Only for blood glucose monitoring
 

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It works ok for hemoglobin testing. I did that at one time. Bought a nice monitor online.
 

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I just had one done and received awesome cholesterol results. The HDL and Trigs mirror my Oct 2019 results but the LDL was much lower which I've attempted to lower over the last 11 months. I'll have another test next month when I see my GP and that'll be a conventional blood draw and I'm hoping it'll corroborate the finger prick results.
 

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