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All Discussions Tagged 'sensors' (4)

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Difficulty getting more than a week

Hi all, I absolutely love the Dexcom - it has completely changed the way I manage my diabetes, and I'm so very happy with it. However, I r…

Started by markeeezy

17 Nov 2, 2013
Reply by Dondi

G4 and Adhesive on Sensors

Anyone having issues with the G4 sensors not sticking like they should? I had my first one fall off a few days ago. I have found a few othe…

Started by Cherise

27 Jan 11, 2013
Reply by hfw

Hoarding Sensors

I just realized today that hoarding sensors may not have been the best idea. I have a HUGE deductible (around $2000) so once I meet it I pl…

Started by Courtney

21 Mar 4, 2012
Reply by jims

Getting sensors to stick....what's the secret??

I recently upgraded to the seven plus and i love it. Only problem is getting them to stick the whole seven days. The most I have been succe…

Started by Erika

14 Jan 22, 2010
Reply by Rickst29

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