Re: [IP] Desperately need a Dexcom +7 CGM transmitter
I'm out of the office this morning, but I'm pretty sure there is one
on the pump supply rack in the back. I'll check and get back to you
BTW, the pump supply rack is REALLY EMPTY, I have been turning needy
people away for the last few weeks that have been requesting Paradigm
supplies. If you have a big stash in the closet, please consider
donating some of them to IP.
558 Valley Way
Milpitas, CA 95035
> Hi Everybody,
> I have been a Type 1 for 35 years and been on disability for a back
> injury for the last 15. I started having "Dawn Phenomena" a few
> months ago and it was just driving my numbers thru the roof, with very
> erratic carb/insulin ratios.
> I was able to get a used Dexcom +7 CGM unit that was being turned in
> as I could not afford one
> Then house I was in was sold, just a few weeks after my back
> operation. I
> was not able to do much packing/moving myself, so friends helped out.
> In the process, the transmitter for my Dexcom CGM was LOST!!. I
> cannot afford to pay for a new one, but desperately need one.
> *if anyone has a working transmitter I could obtain or leads on
> getting one...I might be able to pay something, but sure cant afford
> the new costs.
> Thanks for any help in this regard, email me if you have any questions
> or leads, and I thank you all in advance for you help.
> PS.Thank you all for your information, help and posts.....they are a
> great service to the Type 1 community.
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