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Old 11-22-2018, 12:06 AM   #81
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Few months??

I don't think I've been to the dr that many times in the last 4 years.

Look at the dates it's a three year period.

I have every record for the last 15 years. I can check and cross reference all my blood tests and physicals. Including my vitals. It's a great tool. You can look at trends in your health and make lifestyle adjustments as needed.


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Old 11-22-2018, 09:16 AM   #82
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When you mentioned the past few months I thought "What??"

That makes more sense. I was trying to see the dates but my eyes were tired last night.

Did you set that up yourself or was that some kind of program that does it for you?
I switched dr's and they sent me a link to set up some profile for all my stuff with them.

I have all my old tests etc., but they are in paper form.
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You can buy BP checking machines at your local pharmacy if you want to avoid the doctor. Since my wife has it I bought one for her so I can keep a close eye on it. Check my own from time to time just for grins, always low but, you never know when that could change.
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Old 11-22-2018, 11:55 AM   #84
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My wife has one. She has it all set up to give comparisons to previous tests.
I was going to use it one time and she said "Make sure you don't erase my history from it" OK I won't touch it.
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Old 11-22-2018, 12:36 PM   #85
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When you mentioned the past few months I thought "What??"

That makes more sense. I was trying to see the dates but my eyes were tired last night.

Did you set that up yourself or was that some kind of program that does it for you?
I switched dr's and they sent me a link to set up some profile for all my stuff with them.

I have all my old tests etc., but they are in paper form.


I'm insured through St. Jude. They are a state of the art private facility. However the app is called Follow My Health and can be accessed by any participating HMO.


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Finally


Down to 120/77

At bed time of course but still I am happy it's down

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