At Trio Pharmacy, we offer a wide range of blood sugar testing supplies. We offer blood glucose machines, test strips, lancets, lancing devices, as well as continuous glucose monitors (CGM).

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How can I check my blood sugar?

Use a blood sugar meter (also called a glucometer) or a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) to check your blood sugar. A blood sugar meter measures the amount of sugar in a small blood sample, usually from your fingertip. A CGM uses a sensor inserted under the skin to measure your blood sugar every few minutes. If you use a CGM, you’ll still need to test daily with a blood sugar meter to make sure your CGM readings are accurate.

What are blood sugar targets?

A blood sugar target is the range you try to reach as much as possible. These are typical targets:

  • Before a meal: 80 to 130 mg/dL.

  • Two hours after the start of a meal: Less than 180 mg/dL.

Your blood sugar targets may differ depending on your age, any additional health problems you have, and other factors. Be sure to talk to your health care team about which targets are best for you.

When should I check my blood sugar?

How often you check your blood sugar depends on the type of diabetes you have and if you take any diabetes medicines.

Typical times to check your blood sugar include:

  • When you first wake up, before you eat or drink anything.

  • Before a meal.

  • Two hours after a meal.

  • At bedtime.

If you have type 1 diabetes, have type 2 diabetes and take insulin, or often have low blood sugar, your doctor may want you to check your blood sugar more often, such as before and after you’re physically active.

Source: https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/basics/getting-tested.html

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