Hello all - I am interesting in buying one of those Fitbit fitness monitors that transmits information about your exercise to a smartphone. Does anyone who wears a Medtronic pump and CGM also wear a…Continue
"I've been using a Fitbit for about a week and LOVE it!!! I was a bit worried at first that it wouldn't be worth $99, but (so far) it's been totally worth it, very fun and motivating! It doesn't interfere with my pump at all (I…"
"I've been using FitBit for about 2 years, with a pump plus separate Dexcom CGM, and no, it's never been a problem. No interference whatsoever. Like any other electronic device, they are not designed to go through the wash. :)"
Hello all - I am interesting in buying one of those Fitbit fitness monitors that transmits information about your exercise to a smartphone. Does anyone who wears a Medtronic pump and CGM also wear a Fitbit? I am wondering if the devices will somehow interfere with each other....See More
"You should definitely talk to your endo too. Sometimes the doctors have preferences based on their experiences with other patients and can provide you with good information. My doctor showed me each one, discussed the pros and cons, and then…"
"This is a very powerful post. Thank you - I know it's true but it is hard to accept, especially when you are diagnosed at 45 and have to change how you have thought about food your whole life. I will try to think more about curve balls and not…"
"Well, I prefer protein-power. Elizabeth Edelman appears to be trying it because she is a self-proclaimed "carb addict" and doesn't want to give up carbs in the long-term. The diet basically starts you off with the "attack"…"
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