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Painful Dexcom

I just got the Dexcom G4 last week and was really excited about using it. The insertion was painless so I was optimistic that it would not…

Started by JmeCoakFarmer

6 on Wednesday
Reply by Aaron

CGM and Injections

I have recently been diagnosed with T1D and I am giving myself injections at mealtime and long lasting every 24 hrs to stabilize my BG leve…

Started by Bailey

50 on Wednesday
Reply by Bailey

Enlite sensor use term

The prior Medtronic GCM sensors could be used up to about 18 days with good accuracy. I have the new 530g with the enlite sensor. I would b…

Started by Phil Christian

61 on Saturday
Reply by Richard P Cosgrove

ACA Insurance Coverage: From Syringes to Pump

I am a 29 year old T1 diabetic. For a long time I have been uninsured and had been injecting with syringes and vials since it was the cheap…

Started by DFresh

3 Jul 1
Reply by mlebois

Thinking of going back to a pump

Hi gang, This is my first post on here...I don't get on very much but I'm looking for suggestions of a pump. I was diagnosed about 5 years…

Started by cassieb92

13 Jun 22
Reply by Anna-Kate

Free IV 3000 Transparent Dressings

Hi Everyone! I'm back with some more free supplies! :-) I have about 15 IV 3000 transparent dressings. Great for CGM users out there! I als…

Started by PumpGirl

2 Jun 3
Reply by PumpGirl

Pump help!!

Hey everyone I need some help! I have seriously lost control of my blood sugars while at school this past year (my a1c is 11.2) I have alwa…

Started by NatetheDiabetic

1 May 27
Reply by Marie B

For Canadians - Dexcom is HERE!!!

So exciting!!! http://www.animas.ca/dexcom I have an endo appointment in January and this is the first thing I plan on bringing up!!!

Started by Jen

21 May 26
Reply by RachelMK

Dexcom G4 in the arm

I have a pretty lean and muscular arm, not as much as in my pic, but still pretty lean. The first time I tried the dexcom in the arm the se…

Started by MattE

3 May 14
Reply by Dave

Dexcom G4 newbie

Hi all, I am a new tudiabetes member and a new Dexcom G4 user. Inserted my first sensor yesterday afternoon. All the anxiety about the actu…

Started by luzcious2013

12 May 9
Reply by wolfgang

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