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Today is my first day using Dexcom share. So much easier than Nightscout. If you are on Dexcom make sure to get the updated receiver. It was worth to switch to iPhone.

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Living with type 1 diabetes.
Independence, MO
I emailed them yesterday and they haven't got back to me yet! how long does it take for them to send a new one??

I'm curious who you have chosen to share data with?

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2001.Living with LADA since 2001.
Denver, CO
I got it fast, would share with husband but he has android phone. I am more excited about the change and improvement and ability for others to share with me their data. Now we do Nightscout or texting screen pictures. this is great step forward.

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2001.Living with LADA since 2001.
Denver, CO
Dexcom is a life saver for me and all those with those crazy, unpredictable numbers.

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2001.Living with LADA since 2001.
Denver, CO

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2001.Living with LADA since 2001.
Denver, CO

I think the share is a huge advancement for parent of T1ds. as an adult I'm just not sure who I would share data with.

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2001.Living with LADA since 2001.
Denver, CO
the next step is eliminating receiver and having the transmitter sending data directly to the phone. I like the direction of getting one device off my body.

Living with type 1 diabetes.
Glendale, CA
The problem is that bluetooth draws too much battery power for the transmitter to use it, so it will almost always need an intermediary device from the transmitter to the phone. I really want the Dexcom Share to go straight to an Apple Watch so I'll have my BS on my wrist all day.

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2001.Living with LADA since 2001.
Denver, CO
make sense

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