I’ve read some other threads that have noted a decreasing trend in dexcom g6 accuracy, specifically around day 10. For my past 3 sensors (from 2 separate boxes) I’ve noticed that accuracy is pretty on target (within 20) for the 1st 9 days and then day 10 goes haywire (sensor reading off by 50ish, before and after the 1st calibration id give for the sensor). The first sensor this happened to I just took out. However, for the second and third sensor, I kept them in and extended to see if I could get the sensor back to being accurate via calibrations/waiting it out. Day 11/12ish I found that the sensors bounced back on accuracy (again within 20 of finger sticks). The first sensor lasted 21 days and the second I’m currently on day 17 (And still with great accuracy). This is only for 2 sensors but it is kinda strange that on day 10 I’d thought these sensors were complete goners and yet they still had more than a week of left of good readings for me. So if you hit day 10 scaries, maybe just try to wait it out or try a day of calibrating? If it’s a lost cause anyways might as well try was my mindset
Has anyone else noticed this drop and rebound in accuracy???
@Michel feel free to move this topic or link it if this is covered elsewhere already!