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Because no two days with type 1 diabetes are the same. Except when they are. Complete with crazy-flat overnight graph. In this update to my initial review of the Abbott Freestyle Libre I wanted to share my experience of what it was like to use and also to provide the promised comparison with results from my regular fingerstick meter the Contour Next Link USB.
If you have been living in a cave and have no idea what I'm on about you can get an introduction to the Libre here. They are not even measuring the same things. More on that later. But first - what is the Abbott Freestyle Libre like to use?
Do the sensors come unstuck? I found the Libre to be extremely comfortable and unobtrusive to wear and both sensors stayed firmly stuck for the full 14 days.
I was almost never aware of the sensor being there, with the exception of one or two times when I leant on it or absent mindedly scratched near it having forgotten it was there. I did deliberately try to remember it when towelling off after showering to make sure I didn't accidentally dislodge it, but apart from that I barely gave it a second thought.
There was very little in the way of itchiness for me and at the end of 14 days the sensor removed to reveal, well Insertion of the second sensor was as painless as the first.
I have seen some comment online where people have found that sensors came loose after just a few days, but that certainly didn't happen to me.
With infusion sets I have found that the adhesive seems to need hours to get up to full strength. I suspect it is the same for the Libre sensors.
If it gets loosened early on you may need to over-tape it with Opsite FlexifixTegaderm or something similar. There's not a lot of 'edge' on the sensors and I can see the possibility of the sensor getting 'levered off' if knocked in just slightly the wrong direction.
I wonder what my levels are now? I think this picture sums up my experience of living with the Libre for 28 days. I have never really known how often this happened until now - but the Libre released me from any monitoring constraints.
So there you go. Something like once every 30 minutes during waking hours. I had expected that my frequency would drop off after the initial excitement, but I remained fairly consistent through the full life of the sensors - checking more frequently when levels were changing more rapidly and leaving hours between checks at times in the day where things are generally more stable.
The inconvenience and discomfort of 'traditional' punctured-finger-and-strip-fiddling monitoring means I would never check this often via a BG meter, but for 28 days whenever I wondered what my levels were, I found out.
It is easy to underestimate how much of a transformation this is. There was no longer any reason not to look. No 'avoiding' the numbers whatever they might be! Rather than feeling swamped and judged by data I felt completely liberated.
Basal test every day In my previous post I mentioned how amazing it was to suddenly be able to see what had happened overnight every morning. Overnight basal tests are - as everyone who has undertaken them will know - a real chore.
Waking every couple of hours to check blood glucose via fingerstick is a very effective management technique - but it's no fun. But look at what happened when I had 28 consecutive basal tests - the result is at the very top of this post.
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I couldn't help but tinker with my overnight basal profile gradually moving it from a bit wobbly, to ridiculously level at least for a short while!
Seeing the patterns every day meant it was easy to spot the general trends and ignore the one-offs. New technique After I had been living with the Libre for around 7 days I noticed that I had added a whole new technique to my management armoury.
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