The CGM is now used by many who may have prediabetes and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) conditions to measure how different foods affect glucose levels individually
The following are possible adverse effects of applying a CGM sensor and wearing the adhesive patch: local erythema (redness), local infection, inflammation, pain or discomfort, bleeding at the glucose sensor insertion site, bruising, itching, scarring or skin discoloration, hematoma, and adhesive irritation.
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