BagLady's Discussions (27)

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"7 weeks? That is AWESOME!"

BagLady replied Feb 24 to Anyone not able to get their sensor to last more than 7-10 days?

42 Jul 1
Reply by Ron Doyle

"I have actually been able to get my sensors to last anywhere from 20-30 days consist…"

BagLady replied Feb 24 to Anyone not able to get their sensor to last more than 7-10 days?

42 Jul 1
Reply by Ron Doyle

"The reason why your trainer told you stomach/abdomin only is because those are the o…"

BagLady replied Apr 17, 2012 to Spots for dexcom?!

15 Apr 30, 2012
Reply by jrtpup

"If you don't see the 'stop sensor' that means the 7 day life cycle of the current se…"

BagLady replied Dec 16, 2011 to End of first week - readings stopped

6 Dec 17, 2011
Reply by Suzan

"Actually, if you go into the menu and 'stop sensor' and then a few minutes later 'st…"

BagLady replied Dec 16, 2011 to End of first week - readings stopped

6 Dec 17, 2011
Reply by Suzan

"Oh my heart, that is hilarious! But so NOT funny.... I think that there is only one…"

BagLady replied Nov 16, 2011 to Charging the Dexcom

3 Nov 18, 2011
Reply by etta amy

"Micah, here's my answers:1. Do you ever wear your sensor longer than the 7 days? If…"

BagLady replied Nov 14, 2011 to Questions- Help Please

22 Nov 14, 2011
Reply by KevinMR

"Ha! You made me laugh out loud at your low BG experiences - they are so close to som…"

BagLady replied Nov 8, 2011 to Endo Suggesting a Dexcom Trial. - Input Requested

13 Nov 8, 2011
Reply by Carolyn A.

"If your daughter tests this many times a day, I am pretty sure she is like me, an in…"

BagLady replied Nov 8, 2011 to Endo Suggesting a Dexcom Trial. - Input Requested

13 Nov 8, 2011
Reply by Carolyn A.

"YES! It is loud enough to wake the dead - I used to be concerned because during the…"

BagLady replied Nov 7, 2011 to INFORMAL SURVEY: Is the Dexcom Seven Plus volume setting loud enough to wake you up?

27 Nov 11, 2011
Reply by Jay

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