Yes? Dexcom? You have a question?
"Yes, Dexcom? You have a question?"
"Oh, I see you have several questions. Three, in fact. Well let's just hold each other close and see if that helps, okay?"
BEEEEEEEEEP! SENSOR FAILED
"Oh dear. That's not good. Okay, since we just stuck this one in, let's try it again, okay?" Clicks a few buttons to restart sensor. Sighs. "Yes, Dexcom? You have three questions again?"
I hate, hate, hate when Dexcom sensors don't queue up. I don't often have this problem, but when I do, it makes me go completely and utterly berserk. Putting a new sensor in doesn't hurt, usually, but it's not the highlight of my week, so having to peel off a sensor that's only a few hours old and stick myself with a new one makes my head explode with frustration.
(Am I the only one who pictures the Dexcom sensors questions as a long, drawn-out game of Marco Polo? Where the receiver is hollering out "MARCO!" in the form of those infuriating question marks, never answered with a "POLO!" of any kind? Maybe the sensor gives up because it's lonely.)
I gave this one a lot of tries (as you can see from the photo), but sometimes you have to tell technology to go screw and start over.