I grew up in a town in Long Island, NY. I developed Type 1 in the late 1960's as a teenager. No one else in my immediate or extended family has had it. I have recently discovered that one of my good…Continue
"There is a mention of opening the receiver in another tudiabetes thread called Changing the flat batteries of a dead Dexcom G4 transmitter
Here is what they say:
My Receiver failed after 14 months of use and seemed that my insurance and supplier…"
"If you do find the video please post a link here. Please post your video when you are successful. Also, there is another thread on tudiabetes with the title "Reactivate a dead transmitter by replacing the batteries" There, Joern has posted…"
"I am having trouble understanding the fairly poor automatic Google translation. I have an American friend who has been working in Germany for a few years. I have asked him to try translating it. If he succeeds, I will post it here.
This event already occurred. Enjoy the recording! Bring your toughest diabetes questions!! Gary is up for a challenge.Gary is a certified diabetes educator, insulin-pump and continuous glucose monitor user and trainer, and Masters-level exercise physiologist. He serves on the advisory boards of several diabetes device manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies; volunteers…See More
"There has been a bill submitted by Carol Shea-Porter (NH) that would compel medicare to cover CGM's. You can track the bill at https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/113/hr3710
Last I looked there were 7 cosponsors. All are democrats which is a…"
"Well, here's the update. It is now day 18 and I will need to change out. I am getting totally wild readings on the CGM (both receivers) compared to finger sticks. They were more accurate yesterday. So my 2 week limit on sensors may be related…"
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