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"It depends on how much I am looking at it.  The more I view it, the quicker the batt…"

Lorraine replied Jan 2, 2011 to How Long Does Your Reciever Stay Charged?

17 Jan 5, 2011
Reply by Isaac

"Blood is not a problem in and of itself. Caleb has had several bleeders and even a g…"

Lorraine replied Oct 9, 2010 to Blood after Dexcom Insertion?

4 Oct 9, 2010
Reply by roxylove

"It won't likely beep far away from you. Sometimes it will stay in range, but beyond…"

Lorraine replied Oct 7, 2010 to Dexcom shutoff

2 Oct 7, 2010
Reply by etta amy

"Not that this is conclusive, but the wire seems to be coated in black in the middle…"

Lorraine replied Sep 29, 2010 to large bump after removal of sensor

9 Sep 30, 2010
Reply by lisa c

"I'm going to say yes, it could be the issue. Is it just a bump or is it tender? Cale…"

Lorraine replied Sep 29, 2010 to large bump after removal of sensor

9 Sep 30, 2010
Reply by lisa c

"You may be able to get DexCom covered by insurance. It all depends on your insurance…"

Lorraine replied Sep 28, 2010 to CGM for 5 years old

12 Sep 28, 2010
Reply by serge28

"I'm glad you found this site too. :) Caleb was diagnosed when he was three. He's cu…"

Lorraine replied Sep 28, 2010 to CGM for 5 years old

12 Sep 28, 2010
Reply by serge28

"Diabetes bugs me a lot too. :) Or are you referring to sending your son to school?…"

Lorraine replied Sep 27, 2010 to CGM for 5 years old

12 Sep 28, 2010
Reply by serge28

"Though it is accurate that DexCom is not approved for children, there are many child…"

Lorraine replied Sep 27, 2010 to CGM for 5 years old

12 Sep 28, 2010
Reply by serge28

"Hi there. We have experienced something similar though not exactly the same. At the…"

Lorraine replied Aug 27, 2010 to Dexcom on Arm (???'s at night)?

15 Aug 29, 2010
Reply by Steve D

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