(The ordering process is a whole ‘nother blog post…)
I just did the fake “Yes, I inserted a new sensor.” this morning so it’s been one whole week!
I like it. I really like it.
I leave the receiver at home while I’m at work. I only have to find my phone and that’s not so bad since I can call it if I lose it. And hope that I haven’t shut off the ringer.
I’m still figuring out some stuff. I still don’t have a clue how Diasend is going to work. Or even if it works.
Clarity works – automatically from the phone so that helps.
Phone staying charged hasn’t been too bad. I bought new, longer charging cords for the bedroom for each of us so that we’re not having to unplug it just to look at it.
M’s had more no info issue than I have. He’s on as a follower/sharer. I’m not sure what the problem is (or what I did wrong…) but it’s been better the last day or two so maybe it’s not a problem. I wish.
I’m using the receiver at night and putting the phone on vibrate. The receiver is in a glass dish on my nightstand. I almost always hear it so, it works.
I had a couple of questions and ended up speaking with a CDE at Dexcom. She was very helpful – has Type 1 – and wears a pump and Dexcom.
I’ve said this before – I may have written it before but… If I could only have one D-machine, I’d choose Dexcom.
Keep writing those letters to your representatives and senators. We need Dexcom and other CGMS to be approved (and paid for) by Medicare. And it’s not just those of us of a certain age that need your help with this. Medicare approval helps all of us when it comes to having and using a CGMS that’s provided by insurance.
Speaking of which, our insurance changes January 1. I have NO clue what’s going to be covered/not covered, etc…
Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas or a Happy Holiday or a Nice Day. Whatever make you smile and feel good!