So my transmitter I ordered in July and opened 1 month ago is starting to lose big gaps in coverage, like hours of saying it it out of range when it is clearly attached to my ankle. (yeah I carry it on my ankle in cold months when I am wearing long pants) I have one week left of warranty and we are getting new health insurance. I wont have the new health insurance information/ID card for probably another 10 days. So you know what that means!? FREAK OUT time!
Luckily I called Dexcom today and they offered to replace my transmitter with one that has a 60 day warranty, so at least I can get approved for a new transmitter in that time frame. THANK YOU DEXCOM!
(Can you see my Dexcom or Tslim on my ankles? Nooooo)
(Well there they are and YES I am wearing black long underwear, its freakin cold here, ok! Tslim in a baby sock in a Spiband from Spibelt.com)
Yeah, right, I will wait to freak out about the high cost of living with Type 1 Diabetes, I will try anyway.
(Dexcom in a Tally Gear case from Tallygear.com)
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