Having succumbed to the dreaded Libre allergy, I let my hospital team know. Interestingly they said it wasn’t necessarily the glue but the chemical covering the sensor. Either way it’s still an allergy. I also phoned Abbott, they do apparently record it but there are no questions asked, or indeed a follow up phone call. Do they really record it, I don’t know. They do however send out replacement sensors if you have to rip them off early. Which is great but a bit of an irony. The other thing I did was let the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) know. I filled in a form online and received a letter back. It was asking permission to use my details when passing to the correct department - their devices division. I feel that the more people who are having issues with the Libre let the agency know, the more chance there will be of Abbott being held to account. Let’s face it, they are making a shed load of money now the NHS is on board and there is less incentive to pay notice to those of us having issues. There are over 3000 people who belong to the Dexcom and Libre rash Facebook group. There will be many more having problems who are not on Facebook. The more people who file a report the better. What interests me is that most people start with issues 6 months plus in, not the first time they wear it.