I'm not sure the floor of the loo and the loo itself are much different?
I read Jeff Galloway's book that advocates skipping dinner the night before races to enable portapotty skipping and, so far, I'm batting 1.000. The last 1/2 was in Champaign in the spring and I managed to "unpee" about 7 miles into it....
yes but i want to keep my eyeballs and i would not give up my Dex 3 out of 4 weeks no way. It helps keep me stable even though I now finally have insurance, I always try for the max life out of my sensor - I dont get as long as some but usually get 10 to 15 days and my wife gets 9 to 12 not sure why the difference. Never any scars or infections. If you stay pretty close on your numbers, even a diabetic body heals quick! Even before I had insurance coverage, i was committed to paying out of pocket. You cant take the dollars with you when u leave planet earth and I wanna be able to see for all my years. The advice to use one week a month is just plain stupid!
Hi Kristin, I'm waiting for the OK from my insurance company for the CGM. As soon (about 2 weeks, I hope!!!) as I get it, I'll start with the Enlite, it is already available in Switzerland. I hope they'll gona pay for it!!! - I'll tell you later about it.
Hi, yes I had the Paradigm sensors when they were new and I did not like them at all. I guess the inserter was wrong because the needle didn't come with the top to the skin but with the flat part (45° angle!). I gave them back and didn't try later on. No problem with the new Enlite because it is a 90° angle :-).
After that I had the DexCom (I went to Santa Barbara therefore) but they did not send it outside of the US later on as they said at that time, it was too complicated and too expensive for me to order them.
As soon as I'lI start with the Enlite I'll tell you all, how I manage with it.
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