"Dexcom is a very accurate CGM. Sometimes the test strip and the CGM have exactly the same results. Even with a CGM I double check with the test strip. The cheaper test strip can be very accurate. Compare their results to more expensive products when…"
"The more you test the better your control. If you were a CGM even though it is not totally accurate your A1C will be even better. I used Dex.com for about 3 years. I had good A1C.
Testing supplies should be made less expensive. The Reli on brand is…"
"An insulin pump is a good thing. It helps maintain control and lowers A!C. You must be careful though. Make sure you have a good team of providers, complete with diabetes educators who are pump savvy. The pump needs to get adjusted at each…"
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"I have been using one (Dex) for the past 2 to 3 years but I am running out of skin. I have too much scar tissue and am rejecting the pods that contain the insulin. Maybe testing often is what I will result to."
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