Our sensor will soon be at the end of its second 72 hour cycle. Now, tell me if I am right on this one. When this sensor ends, in about six hours, if I want to leave the same one in, I have to take off the transmitter but try to keep the sensor in place. I need to recharge the transmitter (how long does that take, by the way?) and then reconnect, recover with Tegaderm, and tell the pump that there is a new sensor. Is there any way to know if you've dislodged the sensor when you do all of this? This is one still pretty accurate, so I don't want to change it unless I need to, but I don't mind changing it if that's safer. What shall I do?