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"I have used Medtronic and Dexcom both and hands down Dexcom is better. Medtronic's r…"

Cody Turner replied Apr 22 to Dexcom transmitter life.

26 May 12
Reply by Dave

"My endo basically lets me do all my own care and decisions. She asks me all the time…"

Cody Turner replied Apr 22 to Dealing with your Endocrinologist

17 Apr 23
Reply by Terry

"I don't use them on my pump or cgms sites. Never have had an infection."

Cody Turner replied Apr 22 to Not A Big, Earth-shaking Question, But I'm Curious What Others Do

44 Apr 28
Reply by Linda

"My er does pretty good. They listen to me and do what I ask them to do. I did get on…"

Cody Turner replied Apr 22 to Does the medical team at your local ER know how to care for Type 1 patients?

81 Jun 1
Reply by nel

"Most dr's want it under 7 a non diabetic a1c is 4-6"

Cody Turner replied Apr 11 to A1C in the 4s

155 Apr 14
Reply by Brunetta

"Thanks for the info guys. Definitely helps me with my decision. Hot pink is ok, migh…"

Cody Turner replied Feb 7 to questions for those that have the pink dexcom g4

4 Feb 7
Reply by Cody Turner

"I have put my pump in the middle of my back attached to my pants and it has never se…"

Cody Turner replied Jan 7 to Pump and Airport Security

49 Jul 30
Reply by artwoman

"Put the pump in the small of your back when going through a metal detector and it do…"

Cody Turner replied May 8, 2012 to TSA Screeners Destroy Teenager's Insulin Pump

24 Jun 21, 2012
Reply by Life-long Learner

"Alot of it depends on how much fat you have and what areas you want to use it on. Th…"

Cody Turner replied Apr 16, 2012 to What 1st Pump to choose?

51 Apr 16, 2012
Reply by olu Oog

"You are the first person I have heard that has had trouble with that. I will have to…"

Cody Turner replied Apr 10, 2012 to What 1st Pump to choose?

51 Apr 16, 2012
Reply by olu Oog

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