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Help connect libre1, Miaomiao1, Garmin and iPhone 11

Discussion in 'Blood Glucose Monitoring' started by ClairedeMort, Oct 24, 2021.

  1. ClairedeMort

    ClairedeMort · Member

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    I’m day 2 of this and need some tech help connecting the bits together.

    ⁃ Libre 1 (U.K. NHS)
    -Just ordered Miaomiao 1
    -have a iPhone 11
    -And a Garmin Fenix6 watch

    I want all these things to talk to each other AND to be able to it with snd without phone/internet reception.

    And I’d love to be able to get CGM live as well as my heart rate snd oxygen sats in to my run/cycle/swim efforts.

    And the CGM/HR/O2sats date into the analog watch face. (Dyslexic.)

    I’d love a hypo alarm setting.

    And to save this data so I can share it with endo.

    And I’m clumsy to need a sticking plaster thingy to make it stay in place.

    (I’m a Adrenal patient whose has drug induced DM but also gets hypos from not taking enough replacement steroids especially when I over do exercise and get ambushed by work stress or for no reason at all and day/night.)
  2. eventhorizon

    eventhorizon Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    I used xdrip a while back. Libre 1 - MM1 - Android - Fenix 3. It was fairly reliable. Alarms, predictions all the stuff.
    I now use Diabox but I don't think that works with iOS ATM.
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