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That's okay. I didn't need a Freestyle Libre 3 sensor, anyway.

Finally got the fuсking things approved by CareOregon (formerly Oregon Health Plan). I was only trying for like a year. Then suddenly, their policy changed and they just rubber stamped it. Thought things were going great.

[big][b]NOPE! 😆[/b][/big]

Not for ol' Shadowfire!

Damn thing died in the middle of the night. So now I have to replace it with another one, and because they're supposed to last me 14 days, that means I'll be two weeks without one.

Or maybe I just shouldn't bother.
OverTheHill · 56-60, M
Bummer. Do you still have a regular blood meter in the meantime to check your glucose levels?
OverTheHill · 56-60, M
@LordShadowfire I use a Livongo glucose meter. It has worked great since I got it a couple years back.
LordShadowfire · 100+, M
@OverTheHill I'm considering alternatives to the Freestyle Libre 3. Abbott does not make a good product.
OverTheHill · 56-60, M
@LordShadowfire Better luck to you
Insurance companies are very reluctant to provide these sensors. They take money away from the traditional meters and strips/finger stabbers. They don’t want patients in control of their bodies
bookerdana · M
You gotta bother,no matter how bad the system is

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