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Re: [IP] lost sensor...over and over!

Thanks Felix..although both are on my abdomen..now what is happening is my
sensor reports a BG of 397 and my meter sez 110!  This happened to the one
before yesterday's fiasco and I could never get it to come close.  I am not
over calibrating as I just put this one in at 6 this morning.  I just did
the "new sensor" button and will start from scratch to see if I can mellow
it out.  any other ideas about this latest problem?  Cynthia

On 5/14/08, Felix Kasza (lists) <email @ redacted> wrote:
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> Hi Cynthia,
> > Lost sensor after lost sensor warning
> > and the BG readings were awful.
> I think the single most common cause for a lost sensor error is
> that there is part of the body between the transmitter and the
> pump. Weak batteries in either the pump or the transmitter would
> be bad, too, for the same reason.
> Cheers,
> Felix.
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