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Thread: A New Option for Keeping Dexcom Sensors On

  1. #1
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    Default A New Option for Keeping Dexcom Sensors On

    I just came across this site while wandering the www:

    http://grifgrips.com

    My daughter hasn't tried these grips, so I can't comment on their efficacy, how waterproof they are, or whether they will irritate sensitive skin. But it's always nice to have another option. I will show my daughter the site and, if she decides to try any, I will report back here.
    Mother of two wonderful daughters:
    *T age 14 - dx'd 01/24/2014 at age 11.5
    MDI: Humalog & Lantus 01/24/2014 - 06/04/2014
    Dexcom: G4 05/02/2014; G4 with Share 03/11/2015; G5 10/07/2015
    OmniPod with Humalog 06/05/2014; Apidra 09/12/2014
    *C age 27 - reactive airway disease; married 08/30/2014

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    i will try anything to keep Rachel Sensor. eric don't have any Problems with keeping his on. other then his skin reaction to the adhesive.

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