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Re: [IP] FDA OKs diabetes device that may replace fingerstick tests

I think that it varies with the sensor.  One time my sensor kept telling 
me that my BG was 35 and I tried to tell it that I was 95 and it refused 
to register (a G3 or G4, I think - not our current one).  I had to set 
it outside on the steps because it was driving my ex-husband insane...

When the sensor/transmitter gets cold, it's either goofy or ???. But 
when I have a really good sensor that's only a few points off at 
calibration time, then I'll bolus from it.

Denise Br

On 12/25/2016 10:28 PM, Stacey Nagel wrote:
> my son uses his dexcom 24/7/365..
> and there are times that he does dose off of it..yet there are times where
> it says hes high or low..
> so he checks by fingerstick because he doesnt feel high or low... and the
> dex is really off...
> UNLIKE his abbott navigator which was 99% right on the number
> He said to me that he doesnt trust the dex 100% to boluse from....
> stacey
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