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How does wearing a continuous glucose monitor affect sex with my partner?

William Lee Dubois
Endocrinology Diabetes & Metabolism
Many CGMers tell me that they find it much less invasive in the bedroom than the insulin pump is. In a moment of passion you can pretty much just drop the CGM monitor on the floor and take care of business. And the transmitter takes up very little skin landscape, and it isn’t normally worn on a part of your body that your partner is likely to be paying much attention to anyway.
Beyond Fingersticks: The art of control with continuous glucose monitoring

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Beyond Fingersticks: The art of control with continuous glucose monitoring

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