"My question would be. Did you calibrate the dexcom. I would have calibrated it with the 100 point difference. I actually find a lot of times just a general restart when it is off and can't find it's way works to fix the problem.
First of all, If you hit a button when you are low it will not alarm. The Dexcom only vibrates first then beeps if no button is hit for a certain period of time. It then goes to snooze time which is 1/2 an hour. You need to double check that…"
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