I need to know what acceptable ISIG levels should be when starting a new sensor.
I have had a horrible night/day--36 hours. Now I am on my third new sensor of the day, and ISIGs are sitting around 10. Let's see--Cal Error last night (pump thought I was below 40, but tested at 103--stupid thing never believes me,) so turned sensor off at 1 AM. Low of 33 at 3:30, followed closely the dreaded Button Error. Now on a back-up pump and my third sensor of the day--first one had no ISIG reading, second one was an extreme bleeder and now the third one is reading what I think are low ISIGs. Oh and the third one pulled up a sensor error.
After last night's low experience, I am terrified to sleep without a sensor.
I am using my back up pump, which is a MM 522, which was last used a while ago--5 years, maybe. Mini Med tells me the technology works with the current stuff--I was on a 523 before the Button Error..
Discouraged is the least of my problems. I just want to get all the equipment working so I can feel safe enough to sleep. Will it work at an ISIG of 10? I know there is a good range, but I searched discussions, as well as my notes and could not find that.