|Walmart ad booklet|
|Good to know Walmart has Humalin for $24.88!!!|
Glucose tabs - $1.23 - Grace chose the watermelon and fruit punch flavors
I opened the kit and well, it looks a little more involved than I thought. Good thing I am a reader-of-directions before I attempt anything. Unlike others in my family who-shall-not-be-named but they are also the -I'll-be-damned-if-I-will-ask-for-directions kind of person. Wink wink.
|$22.48 for two A1C test kits in one package|
|Ahhhh, the elusive 6.3. One can hope, right?!|
|Lots of packaging. Codes much match. Do not open until ready to use.|
|Each kit has two cartridges that are inserted into the black base.|
Then each has a blood collector and 'shaker' that is pressed into the front of the base.
|First you take the blood sample and insert it into the blood collector.|
Shake it and snap on the cap and then stand it upright.
|Then you connect the cartridge to the base, wait for the prompts and remove the cap|
off the blood collector. Then you press the tip of the blood collector into the front.
5 minutes later, voila! An A1C!