Currently I have a G5 but I will be getting a G6 next supply.
Why is it that we are not supposed to calibrate unless arrows are flat (stable)? I know there is a 10-15 minutes time lag. Is it because if it is in a climb or fall it is likely already higher or lower and therefore is already giving you inaccurate readings?
If my CGM indicates 100 and my Contour Next indicates 130 I would tend to calibrate to make it closer.
And if I waited for 15 minutes for it to stabilize, it is likely to go even higher.
I would also calibrate if my CGM indicates 100 and my Contour Next indicates 70 as that would also make it closer. But I would run AFAP (Fast) to the fridge.
So, I am trying to understand the logical, scientific, real reasons why you should wait for the arrow to be stable. NOT looking for because Dexcom guide says that on page xx.