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How often do you (or your loved one) test?
I have type 1 and I test 5+ times a day.
 
I have type 1 and I test 2-4 times a day.
 
I have type 1 and I test once a day.
 
I have type 1 and I test less than once a day.
 
I have type 1 and I only test when something feels off.
 
I have type 1 and I test often when I'm going to see a doctor soon, but sporadially otherwise.
 
I have type 1 and I only test when someone, like my doctor, reminds me.
 
I have type 1 and I haven't made testing a habit yet.
 
I have type 1 and I have never tested.
 
I have type 2 and I test 5+ times a day.
 
I have type 2 and I test 2-4 times a day.
 
I have type 2 and I test once a day.
 
I have type 2 and I test less than once a day.
 
I have type 2 and I only test when something feels off.
 
I have type 2 and I test often when I'm going to see a doctor soon, but sporadially otherwise.
 
I have type 2 and I only test when someone, like my doctor, reminds me.
 
I have type 2 and I haven't made testing a habit yet.
 
I have type 2 and I have never tested.
 
I have type 2 and no one told me that regular testing was important.
 

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