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peruvianpasohi replied to Kittywolf's discussion 'The navigator II vs, D4 dexcom?'
"Kitty its a wharever works for you nav has always been reliable for me dexcom numbers never worked on my body not user error worked great on several people I know"
peruvianpasohi replied to elizabetta's discussion 'DeQuervain's and Trigger Finger- treatment with steroid injection resulting in hyperglycemia'
"I have had both, at separate times. did injections 3 times for trigger finger, didn't help much, had surgery to release. 1-1/2 yr later had DeQuervain's, asked dr to just fix it surgically. both were outpatient , and I had written…"
Sep 23
peruvianpasohi replied to Denise's discussion 'Dexcom Received FDA Warning Letter Today'
Mar 27
peruvianpasohi replied to Denise's discussion 'Dexcom Received FDA Warning Letter Today'
"Dexcom Inc 3/14/14 Department of Health and Human Services Food and Drug Administration Los Angeles District Pacific Region 19701 Fairchild Irvine, CA 92612-2506 Telephone: 949-608-2900 FAX: 949-608-4415 WARNING LETTER VIA UNITED PARCEL…"
Mar 27
peruvianpasohi commented on Clare's blog post 'A letter to Insulet'
"Clair: Insulet is in the process of getting FDA approval to remove the built-in meter. While we ant 100percent reliability, the reality is somewhat less. It is very frustrating, but insulet is only responsible in that they coud have postponed the…"
Mar 24
peruvianpasohi replied to Todd's discussion 'Get Up and Go Syndrome Issues'
"Have you tried eating a carb free breakfast (eggs,cheese, etc? Or not even eating until 10:30 am? We are all different, and need to try different approaches, until success..."
Sep 7, 2013
peruvianpasohi replied to Jon's discussion 'Test Strips'
"Cherise: both lite and regular have butterflies, along with the little <> on the sides of the strip.. the old no longer manufactured do not."
Aug 31, 2013
peruvianpasohi replied to Marcelo's discussion 'How to get a new or used Freestyle Navigator Transmitter'
"Why do you believe the warranty is 2 years? I thought it is only one year out of Israel??"
Dec 26, 2012
peruvianpasohi replied to Franco's discussion 'How could one buy a Navigator CGM from Europe?' in the group Continuous Glucose Monitor Users
"All the countries except USA France and Israel use mmol/l We use mg/dl. Of course, you and I could live with converting the numbers. I do not know why your Dr thinks Nave will be back, since the Nav1.5 was never released here, and it was FDA…"
Dec 20, 2012
peruvianpasohi replied to shea's discussion 'Sudden jump in fasting numbers'
"Your insulin still has a tail on it at 3 hours. there is no insulin on the market that is fully finished at 3 hours. the 3-5 is the post meal number. Have you actually skipped eating for at least 8 hours and tested?"
Dec 20, 2012
peruvianpasohi replied to Franco's discussion 'How could one buy a Navigator CGM from Europe?' in the group Continuous Glucose Monitor Users
"Here are the links to the French released version. I do not know the current costs. I have not found out if Israel has the new Nav2 yet. > > >…"
Dec 20, 2012
peruvianpasohi liked Lloyd's group Freestyle Navigator Users
Nov 15, 2012
peruvianpasohi replied to Franco's discussion 'How could one buy a Navigator CGM from Europe?' in the group Continuous Glucose Monitor Users
"Only France and Israel use our system of measurement. And the transmitter battery pins and set pin still suck!!! The new NAV 2 was recently approved in the UC. it will not have replaceable batteries in either the handset, or the transmitter, from…"
Nov 15, 2012
peruvianpasohi replied to Gene Kelly's discussion 'Overriding Omnipod 3 day pod cycle'
"You can turn off the BG reminders...The expire alert reminder will start 1at hr 71, then every hour after. I do not believe that you can silence the expiration reminder alarms. Very frustrating, if you want to sleep through the night."
Nov 15, 2012
peruvianpasohi replied to rubidoux's discussion 'Q I've always been afraid to ask...'
"Thats why I wear a cgms RELIGIOUSLY !!!"
May 22, 2012
peruvianpasohi replied to KatrinaLavis's discussion 'Question to all those on a Pump.'
"If I know I am going to be swimming, or other sport tope stuff, I put vet wrap over the pod. Why would I remove it???"
May 21, 2012

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At 9:10am on May 8, 2011, morggirl said…
I see that you have pasohi's thats cool they are neat...I have a spotted saddle horse.
At 10:49am on March 19, 2010, Marie B said…
here is the new member guide

we take your privacy very seriously here. you have a nice a1c!
At 9:10am on March 19, 2010, Linda G said…
Welcome home Peruvian!

Sharing what you do for a living better helps us to connect with one another, is all...I teach, and there's a group or two for we can thereby relate our experiences within our field!
I am happy that you are reading this and that you are a member of the growing TuDiabetes family.

Since the community was formed back in early 2007, lots of things have changed. Also since then, lots of new members have joined: we're now nearly 11,300 members. So, new members and new features means it never hurts to refresh how things work around the community.

If you haven't read it, I invite you to take a few minutes to go through our New Member Guide. If you have been a member for a while but have let a little dust accumulate on your TuDiabetes account, you will find it very useful. If you joined just recently, you will find it EVEN MORE handy.

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At 11:51pm on March 18, 2010, Martina H Milligan said…
Welcome to TuDiabetes
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Welcome to Tudiabetes Peruvianpasosi!
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