The best method for getting enough blood flow is to squeeze your finger at the base with the opposing thumb and pointer, encircling tight and squeezing up toward the tip before you even prick the finger. (The ring and pinky fingers are typically better bleeders than the others). When the tip of the finger is nice and red, quickly release the circle grip, prick the finger, and immediately go back to the circle grip at the base of the finger squeezing up toward the stick hole. This should get you a nice good blood droplet. Quickly wipe away the first droplet and encircle the base of the finger and squeeze toward the tip again to get the 2nd droplet (this is the one you want to test).
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