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ProTime test

We are new to blogging and getting ready to go FT RVing.  Hank has to have ProTime test about once a month.  Does anyone have any advice for us?  We now live in Wa. and plan on making Reno are permanent address as we have a lot of family in that are.  (but no doctors yet)  Also we plan on spending most of our time traveling.  Thanks for any advice.


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Hank & Ann

Maggie and Weezie

2005 36 CK3 Mobile Suites 5th Wheel

2012 Ford F350 DRW 4x4 Lariat

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There shouldn't be a problem with Hank getting his Protime tests done. He should be able to take his bloodwork order anywhere that draws labs and they will be able to fax the results to his doctor. There's also a portable machine available to do your own at home. You would then record your results and send them to the doctor. It's something you should talk the doctor about. Let him know that you're going to be travelling. I'm sure you guys aren't the first ones to have done this!

Jay, Jill & Kyla

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2009 Ford F350 dually

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I Travel with several Bllodwork orders from my doctor......you will find places in everytown that do draws and tests ,then just have them forward them to your doctor..............but before you go make sure you ezsplain this to your primary care doctor and make sure you can get to this doctor at least twice a year.



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