Hi, no, aspirin would not have affected the result. Home meters are allowed to vary within 10 - 20% of accuracy. This may explain why our meters may not agree all the time with the lab results or even when we take our blood sugar within a minute or two at home. (It's probably the same with the home blood pressure machines.)
In the resources threads at the top of the Diabetes Forum, there are lists of the results of meter accuracy reports. I haven't found the very latest but in the fall of 2015, the Freestyle and Contour Next were the first three on the list. In any case, a home meter is better than nothing and even if it's off by a few points, it will give you trends. If you have two, you could average between the two results.
I don't know about
the accuracy of the home A1c kits. WalMart used to sell their own brand, ReliOn, and the results were sent away to an independent lab for results, but I think there's another one now which gives results within five minutes at home. But, again, even if they are a few points off, I think they may give a better idea of how we're doing.
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very low carb way of eating Check out the following site for more info on blood sugar:www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/