Things seem to be going smoothly lately and are finally getting back to as normal as normal can be, after getting shaken up by the "MOTOR ERROR" meltdown...

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Good work. But it never works well without the pump functioning correctly!

My endo would be going off if she saw I had 10% below low limit.

Glad to see you are up and running again.

That's pretty extraordinary. I don't think I've ever managed a standard deviation below 20 - that's like being in the 4s only better!

Maurie

According to my Dex report, mine is 60%. I just had blood work this morning. Wonder what my A1C will be? Not in any hurry to find out.

Great job. Motor meltdown would freak me out a bit too.

Thanks everybody! I agree w/ UD's doc but a lot of those are more "drifts" into the 60s.

I guess I'll run down a shade below that occasionally but, as long as the CGM is working well, I seem to do ok keeping an eye on things. I feel like I should draw some blood to "hoard" for my next A1C but it's not until February and I think the "freshness date" would be long gone by then.

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