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Pseudoephedrine - decongestant. Has anyone taken this and seen any adverse reactions in Blood Sugar?

I have not learned how to easily search through previous posts on this site for particular subjects in all groups? Is that possible to sear…

Started by Sharon (Sneetch by the Beach)

3 Jul 11, 2011
Reply by Emily


Ok started last wednesday with this dexacom on my 8 yr old son. If it could go wrong its happened. A sensor ripped off at the county fair b…

Started by Kim3

5 Jul 8, 2011
Reply by Bella

I think Dexcom saved my life

To make a long story short, I bolused a large amount of insulin. After a short while, suddenly, Dexcom began beeping. My blood sugar was pl…

Started by Kitabparast

2 Jul 7, 2011
Reply by Sue59

pain on side of sensor?

Does anyone else get muscle pain on side of where you put the sensor? I feel like I am getting shooting/deep muscle pains close to the sens…

Started by jessicacarlin1

5 Jul 7, 2011
Reply by jessicacarlin1

Anyone have a dead dex?

This is a company who makes very good clips. Maybe if they have a dex receiver they could either ma…

Started by Frances Fletcher

2 Jul 7, 2011
Reply by Frances Fletcher

Anyone know the cost of a new dexcom receiver?

I am kicking myself right now!!!! I think my dexcom receiver is lost. I have torn apart the house and car with no luck. As I am writing thi…

Started by Steph

9 Jul 6, 2011
Reply by daniel billings

Omnipod vs Ping

I am considering an insulin pump and I am looking for some advise. Some of my history is: I am Type 2 diabetic, my A1C is 6.1, I take 4-5 i…

Started by JIMMER

1 Jul 5, 2011
Reply by Joyce

Might it be possible to charge a Dex transmitter's battery on one of those charging pads?

Anyone know the answer to this? (Dexcom wants $650 for a new transmitter - seems a bit much for me!)

Started by Bob

3 Jul 2, 2011
Reply by Bob

Gen 4

The Gen 4 sensor is available in Europe.

Started by Helmut

3 Jun 30, 2011
Reply by jrtpup

False lows at night?

Hello everyone - I've been using my Dexcom for about 3 months now, and in the last couple weeks, have been dealing with something new. Last…

Started by bardowlatry

11 Jun 30, 2011
Reply by jrtpup




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