I have been using the medtronics CGM since January. I love using the CGM. My A1C dropped to its lowest number within 3 months. But an overnight failure of the Medtronics pump put me into the hospital for 7 days, and my CGM stopped working within a few months. After jumping through hoops to prove it was not working, I received a replacement CGM. Now, it stopped working again. Medtronics says that my insurance has to pay for a new one because there is only a 6 month warranty. Has anyone else had problems like this? I hate to give up my CGM benefits, but Animas was a much better and more reliable service provider. if their products stopped working, they sent replacements. Any thoughts??
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