Your wardrobe will forever be impacted an influenced by your diabetes management. This particularly comes in to play for me when I’m trying on new shirts, and I have to consider Dexcom sensor exposure.
I’m not ashamed of or trying to hide my diabetes, but I need to be aware of what is visible and what might get caught in the crossfire by my carelessness.
Add this to the list of things that are not mentioned when you’re sitting in that hospital bed.
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Trying on clothes in general with diabetes gear stuck on you can be a challenge. I once completely ripped out a Dexcom sensor while trying on a dress.