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How do I view my blood glucose on my Apple Watch

Discussion in 'Insulin Pump Forum' started by flojo1234, Jun 18, 2019.

  1. flojo1234

    flojo1234 Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I was just after a bit of advice as I've tried google but for once can't find an answer!

    I currently use a Guardian link 2 Sensor as a CGM with my Medtronic pump.

    I am trying to connect this sensor to my phone and subsequently to my Apple Watch (series 4). I have downloaded the Guardian Connect app but after looking this appears to only work without a pump.

    Does anyone have any idea if its possible to connect my sensor to my phone or watch via bluetooth so I can view my glucose on there?

    Thanks
    Chloe
     
  2. aphex2k

    aphex2k Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Lots of BT devices will only connect to one thing at a time. I've not tried myself, but I would imagine you could connect to the pump OR to the app.

    I think you have to have the sensor docked in the charger to connect it to another device, like when you first connect it to the pump. I might see if I can connect my Guardian to the app on my Samsung phone tonight.
     
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