I’m fairly new to the Medtronic system, and it finally looks like I have a sensor that will keep going for quite a while - I just hit day 3 and the ISIG values are still quite high (very happy about this).
I just did the “start new sensor” drill with the old sensor about an hour before the sensor end time (I didn’t disconnect the MiniLink before I did this), and within 20 minutes or so it prompted me to calibrate and has been giving me (very accurate) values ever since :). I was under the impression that when starting up an old sensor as a new one I would have the usual 2-hour startup time before seeing readings (not that I’m complaining!) - anyone have the same experience? I’m wondering if this is because the transmitter was never disconnected and so the pump was getting fairly constant ISIG readings… Any ideas?