Auto Mode is a very different world than Manual Mode. It took the pump 5 days to get me mostly right. I slept terrible the first 4 nights. The last two have been better. Occasionally it wants me to get up at 1 am to check my blood sugar. (Like that is ever going to happen!) So I woke up out of Auto Mode. I check my blood sugar and calibrate and I’m back in Auto Mode. It only has happened a couple of times but it is REALLY annoying when it does happen. It is nice to be able to sleep in a little extra on weekends. It is still working on my after breakfast rise. I am on day 6. I was considering returning it on day 4 but the pump has since figured out a few of my other spikes and the graph and meter readings are getting more and more even.
My MT rep said it can take a week for the pump to settle into you in auto mode and it still watches and learns you after that time as well. Yesterday, day 5, was the first change made to the settings to see if that helps my after breakfast rise.
The guardian 3 sensors are close to the meter but I did get a couple 50 point variations the first day and this morning, day 6, it was off 27 points, but I didn’t get up for the 2:26 am BG check either. If you must have accuracy go with the DEX. The guardian 3 are not spot on but they are 100% better than the enlite sensor that came with the 630G.
It seems to work slowly getting to know me. After a week in manual mode and getting the best sleep at night that I had had in years. The bar (and my expectations) were very high for auto mode. Auto mode kept me in the 200’s the first 2 nights. The 170’s the next. the 160’s the next. The 150’s the next. Now I’m in the 130’s. And the overnight graph has been very smooth and even.
I mentioned a relationship being developed in my first post.
This Auto Mode part has, for me, started rough and was frustrating. It has since gotten a lot better. Getting happier! Just need my after breakfast rush to be fixed and then I will be mostly satisfied. Will post in another week!