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Joselin

635d

Currently using the Freestyle Libre but looking to switch to Dexcom as they have the Apple Watch app but I like how small the Freestyle is. Thoughts?

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    • amissundastood

      571d

      @HottestAutist i agreed for so long until i realized mine was off by as much as 50-100 points ;-;

    • Jaebaby

      626d

      The size won't be a problem it's the width of a dime and sometimes I forget I have it on but it really helps me

    • HottestAutist

      631d

      I have used both and I personally prefer the Libre2 for two reasons. 1. It is MUCH less expensive than the dexcom, and 2. It lasts 4 days longer. The only downside to me is that the app is a bit clunky, and alarms only have 1 volume- loud. I'd still use my Libre2 over a dexcom any day.

      • amissundastood

        571d

        @HottestAutist i agreed for so long until i realized mine was off by as much as 50-100 points ;-;

      • animalady

        630d

        @HottestAutist everyone is different that's what makes the world go a round I'm happy it helps you manage your diabetes

    • animalady

      632d

      I have had dexcom for a few years I love this thing

    • Frostystyle

      634d

      I have been on dex for about 5 years now. As someone with hypoglycemic unawareness the ability to have friends and family see my numbers and get alerted if i go out of range is invaluable to me

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