Many of us love the multiclix lancing device for being less painful and more convenient than some others.
My dd recently switched to using tiniboy lancets in a One Touch lancing device which she finds less painful due to a lower guage needle.
Test only on sides and tippy tops of fingers and let her choose which you use, rotating as necessary to avoid over use.
Try using a lancing device that allows for "alternate site"testing. Many here use toes, also.
I would do everything possible to make it a pain-free or pain-less procedure then give her as much control as you can, i.e. choosing fingers or sites to check.
I would also continue to do it for her until she is willing to do it herself. I have a VERY hard time poking myself with anything. I feel badly but have an easier time poking someone else. Just a natural fear of pain maybe.
Sherry, mom of
Lilli, 12, non D
James, 9, non D
Charlotte, 5, dx'd 2/08 pumping with a purple minimed 522 as of 5/08
wife of Bill, Grand Poobah
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