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Dexcom G4 Insurance coverage in Canada

Good afternoon folks. Just thought I'd drop in with a bit of good news that I'd received that may help others. I've received confirmation f…

Started by David Annable

2 Mar 22
Reply by Jen

Medicare non-coverage of Continuous Glucose Monitoring for Type 1 Diabetics

There is a bill in Committee in the House of Representatives. Please review link and support coverage. Thanks,

Started by Judy

7 Mar 12
Reply by Suebcool

Simple Surgery On My DexCom Case

The belt clip on my DexCom carrying case did not work for me, so I made some mods. See the attached pdf. Hope it insipres more ideas.  Aaro…

Started by AaronM

6 Mar 11
Reply by Joanne GH

Dexcom seven+ transmitter (where)

Hi, I´m using Dexcom Seven Plus and I won´t change to G4 (I have a lot sensors), but problem is I cannot get a transmitter in europe, but m…

Started by pablito

0 Mar 11

CGMs and Medicare

Is there anyone here that Medicare has covered your CGM?

Started by 4xgrandma

22 Mar 10
Reply by jjett

New transmitter and new sensor out of range??

I have had the Dexcom for a few years. Over a year ago I got the G4. I had to get a new transmitter due to "low battery". I just put a new…

Started by Sindhilicious

0 Mar 10

XPost for G4 Users

I'm not sure how many of you visit the Dexcom Users group, but I'm linking up a poll I started to get some sense whether others' experience…

Started by Elizabeth

0 Feb 27

I've been thinking...

...about trying out CGM again. Awhile back I was hooked up to Medtronic's first CGM. It was a test run that went wrong. For starters the se…

Started by Pajay

5 Feb 21
Reply by Sandy

Arhhh Sensor fail AGAIN...what gives medtronic???

So is anyone else getting a lot of sensor fails for the medtronic sensor? I've had the thing for a few months, but have only worn 4 sensors…

Started by Sandy

0 Feb 21

What does an "acceptable" day look like on the dexcom?

I battle with guilt and have over the course of 44 years of having diabetes. My a1c's generally range in the mid 7s. Any thoughts about wha…

Started by Kimball

25 Feb 19
Reply by acidrock23




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