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10 Day Sensor

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The sensor lasted its 10 days! I’m so happy! There were a few glitches/alarms/no readings a few times, but kept coming back each time.

When it was time to change the sensor after 7 pm, I waited for the sensor to stop on its own after buzzing. I waited 15 minutes and then inserted the new sensor. The new sensor is in the warm up period, now. We’ll see what happens soon later tonight before bedtime.

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Stay safe, happy and healthy.

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Wow this is good news Leah. Things seem to be looking up with your DEXCOM now. Let’s hope it keeps up its good work! 👍

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Activity2004Administrator in reply to Callendersgal

Thank you, Sue.

Yes, I hope this new sensor can go the entire 10 days, too. This morning, the numbers were in the 100's before breakfast, so that's a good start. No alarms and no No Readings alert. That's the best way to start with a new sensor. :-)

So grateful you didn't have an t serious issues this time

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Activity2004Administrator in reply to Herman7275

Yes, I don't like having anything that will stress me out. This is really a good result this time. Very happy indeed. 😁👍

Yippee!!!!!!!!!

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Activity2004Administrator in reply to ThyroidThora

Thank you, ThyroidThora! I’m very happy with how everything turned out this time. 😀👍

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