|Johnson and Johnsons One Touch Blood Glucose Meter Kit|
|Other One Touch items from Johnson and Johnsons.|
Diabetes Mellitus (the Latin word which means sweet) runs in my family.
|The blood glucose meter is helpful for diabetics.|
|A blogger tries his blood test on the blood glucose meter.|
|The prick isn't painful.|
|Ms. Marjorie Chan who invited bloggers on the talk introduces the speaker.|
|Diabetes expert Dr. John Flores|
After listening to the talk, I couldn’t believe how diabetes could be so cruel to its victims. Arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) occurs to some extent in almost every person, much more in diabetics. It is the cause of strokes, heart attacks, and poor circulation in the legs, which leads to painful calves on walking and occasional gangrene. Cataracts and retinopathy are also damaged by diabetes. That only means you could also lose your eyesight and legs through diabetes. Neuropathy or nerve damages can also occur in some cases, as well as nephropathy, which mean kidney damage.
|Dr. John Flores asks the audience who has diabetes.|
All of the above mentioned complications could be treated in one way or another, particularly if they are detected early. It is for this reason that the doctor will make a systematic examination of various parts of your body, approximately once a year. Once you have it, you’re going to have to change your lifestyle and the way you eat. And this is also where Johnsons and Johnsons One Touch Blood Glucose meter comes in. One needs to have a self-monitoring blood glucose meter for your peace of mind. For the introductory price of P1, 835.00 with 25 strips, it’s affordable. It is user-friendly as there are no more coding, no set-up, and high-low alarm.
If you would like to order, contact Med Express Delivery Service Drugstore by calling 634-3333. For other concerns on the blood glucose meter, call One Touch Customer Service at 824-8736 or 0917-8782218, Monday to Friday, 7:30AM to 4:30 PM.
Disclaimer: I am not compensated for this blog post. Opinions expressed are 100% my own.
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