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dLife Columnist Bennet Dunlap is on campaign to improve the accuracy of test strips. How often have you experienced an inaccurate meter reading?

I get inaccurate readings often. I know this because I test multiple times.
 
Although I don't test multiple times, I know inaccurate readings are happenings.
 
I think my readings are off sometimes, but I have not been able to prove it.
 
I think my readings have been relatively on point.
 
Something has always felt off to me, but I never thought it may be inaccurate readings.
 
It's always a gamble, in my opinion.
 

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by Lindsey Guerin
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