Sunday is my sensor change day. Changed it yesterdaymorning, calibrated three hours later at 139. Thiry minutes later, it alerted me to a low BG. I checked with my meter and was 139. I was at a wedding shower and lunch was late, so I checked again about an hour later and was still 139. Put that reading in again, ate lunch. All afternoon it alerted to a low, but I knew I wasn’t low. When I got home I restarted the sensor as “New” and thought that might help the calibration.
Wake up this morning and sensor says 126. Test and am 42. Drink juice, as I can’t calibrate with that low a reading. Within 20 minutes I got a high alert. Tested and was 79, which I entered. On the way to work I got a Bad Cal warning, so I just turned the stupid thing OFF!
Got to work and decided to just remove the sensor. Went into the bathroom to and removed it. I bled like I had been shot. In the two years I have had the sensor I have never bled like that. It was a mess.
Anyway, I am taking a vacation for today. So frustrating, as I count on that sensor a lot. But when it is that crazy, it does me no good.