"I second the recommendation of the spibelt. I wear one when exercising under my clothes. However, I also question the need to carry her supplies on her body while working. I also have the Dexcom CGM and that is the only device(the receiver) I want…"
"It will largely depend on your doctor and his comfort level, but I would think that for a foot surgery, as long as it is on your upper body somewhere, you would be fine wearing it. As long as it is not in the surgical area or the area that has to be…"
"Yeah - the 7+ receiver is horrible for getting stuff in it. We had a thread in there for awhile and now we have some weird piece of plastic or something hanging around in ours. So annoying. But that's what I was trying to say - there…"
"That seems like a bad internal design. There's no reason for a micro usb port to not be air tight. With the 7+ I never had the lint problem because it came with a case that worked well for me. I would only unzip it to charge or download data. I…"
"Reading thru the Dexcom discussions, I find that numerous people have had problems with the thing I call a "guide" -- which has frequently been called a "rail" -- breaking off. Since I'm going to call Dexcom tomorrow about…"
"The guide that keeps the G4's sliding door that covers the USB port in position broken off TWICE. First time I called DexCom and they sent me a replacement G4. The guide on my present one broke almost off today; it looks like it'll break…"
"I don't know what the point of the sliding door is. I know the manual says to keep it closed when not charging the device but it's not like it makes it waterproof. I've never had a sliding door on any other micro usb port device like…"
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