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dLife Viewpoints Columnist Kerri Sparling has a 4-legged CGMS helping her. Do you have an unconventional way to detect diabetes emergencies?
Yes, I too have a perceptive pet!
 
Yes. I have a friend/family member who is a human low detector.
 
Sort of, I am very in tune with my body and can spot a low quickly.
 
No. I have to rely on my meter/CGMs/other diabetes tools.
 

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by Nicole Purcell
I no longer wear an insulin pump. Nor do I wear a CGM. I wish the latter were different, as I think a CGM would be quite useful, but the welts that it leaves on my skin - in spite of multiple efforts to fight that welts - are just unacceptable. I am, however, still interested in when people remove their pumps and why. I've seen some recent discussion around folks being asked to remove their pump for mammogram procedure, so I figured I'd ask around the hospital I work to...