FDA Diabetic Test Strip RecallsIf your teen has developed diabetes you will need to buy medical testing equipment. Without insurance, these supplies can be expensive.

Cash Paid for Diabetic Test Strips In America, the teenage rate of diabetes has doubled in the last several years. That means our teens are not only living with a disease that affects nearly every aspect of their lives, but they are now subject to so many other complications from the diabetic condition. Some say that the reason for the increase in teen diabetes has much to do with the increase in the waistlines of our children in conjunction with their lack of activity, and as they reach their teen years the diabetes takes hold.

Having diabetes exposes one to other diseases and conditions that definitely affect the quality of our lives. The reduction in good circulation and nerve pathology leaves one wide open for cardiovascular disease, or heart, lung, and even brain disorders due to lack of proper oxygen that reaches the brain. 

Having diabetes exposes one to other diseases and conditions that definitely affect the quality of our lives. The reduction in good circulation and nerve pathology leaves one wide open for cardiovascular disease, or heart, lung, and even brain disorders due to lack of proper oxygen that reaches the brain. The healthcare costs for medications and supplies are also having an effect on families that may or may not have insurance to cover their children’s medical bills.

Testing equipment needed to regulate blood glucose levels is expensive. If a physician recommends that your teen tests twice daily then you must purchase and provide at least 60 diabetic test strips every month to use along with the blood glucose monitor that reads and records the numbers for your assessment and for the health care provider to use in creating a treatment course.

Insurance does cover most diabetic testing supplies, but these days there are many families with no insurance. They will need to buy their children’s’ supplies with their own family income. One option for purchasing diabetic equipment is to buy unopened but previously owned test strips that have been sold to a company who now will sell them to you at a greatly discounted price.

  • The healthcare costs for medications and supplies are also having an effect on families that may or may not have insurance to cover their children’s medical bills.
  • They will need to buy their children’s’ supplies with their own family income.
  • One option for purchasing diabetic equipment is to buy unopened but previously owned test strips that have been sold to a company who now will sell them to you at a greatly discounted price.

They get these strips from people who have had loved ones admitted to the hospital or to a nursing care facility. They may use one monitor brand and type and then change to a different model, requiring them to change strips types. You need to use the exact strip that is listed to be used with your particular monitor. When someone changes monitors or their loved ones no longer need the ones they may have bought in excess, they can sell them to a pre-owned diabetic test strip company, who in turn will sell them to you. Be sure to check on the expiration date if you decide to buy some of these discounted strips. You’ll need to use the right type designed for your particular model blood glucose monitor as you’ll get a false reading if you use the wrong type.

You may find yourself having extra strips frequently or occasionally. There are many reasons people have extra strips including the doctor changing your machine, testing yourself less frequently, a loved one goes into a nursing home that provides the test strips for them…and many more. If your boxes of strips meet our buying criteria, we can pay you cash the same day. We will pay for the boxes of strips and shipping via check or paypal, whichever you prefer. We have many repeat sellers because we pay fast and provide exceptional customer service! We purchase boxes that are not expired and are unopened.

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