"I was on Lantus. I started at 20 units a night, I kept getting krazy A1c above 7 like you. Eventually I was up to 45 units a night. To me, that was a painful shot everynight. I was also on 3 shots of apridra every day with my meals. I am now on a…"
"Also do be aware that you do occasionally get bad sensor lots, so if you're having lots of way-off values, don't assume the sensors are perfect. After several times on the phone with MM during my first few weeks, last night they decided I…"
"I just wanted to thank you for your comment. I am going to try the night befor like you said and I will increase my fluid intake to see if that helps. I will let you know... Thank You. Hal Goldstein firstname.lastname@example.org"
"I love the MM 722 with realtime because it really helps me notice the trends. if you calibrate correctly, that will solve nearly all the problems in my experience. make sure that your bg is very steady when you calibrate, and always keep the pump as…"
"Mine definitely gets off sometimes, and in particular, during the first few hours after activation - it seems to really need that second calibration. Even then I find it occasionally gets out of whack and can be off by 100 points or more at other…"
"I agree with Jenny... putting the sensor in the night before you hook it up to the transmitter is the way to go. Another suggestion I have is to check your fluid intake. I initially had troubles with mismatch numbers and lost sensors and such, but…"
"On owning the CGMS for a little over a year, I've had maybe 3-4 'bad sensors' rrors and such. Generally, once I learned my bod, I put in a sensor the night before I want to start it. This gives it time to settle in and get wet in the…"
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