Great news! Let us know how you get on with it, and with all the hoop-jumping. They say that CGM makes an even bigger difference to BG management than a pump - I can't compare (yet) but the Libre has definitely made a big difference for me and I wouldn't want to be without it now! Hopefully you will get a lot out of it and be allowed to carry on with it. But regardless, for now, enjoy!
One thing that I have found helpful in a very practical sense with the Libre is "fixtapes" - little patches of adhesive that are specifically cut to work around a Libre sensor and help to hold the edges of the sensor adhesive in place. Now, the sensor adhesive in my experience is pretty robust, and even at the end of 2 weeks' time I have to pull pretty hard to get it off! But sometimes you just want a little peace of mind for accidental bumps and tugs. Plus you can get different colours or shapes and jazz it up a bit! (You can also get stickers that go on top of the sensor too - see my picture!)
I usually go through about 2 fixtapes per sensor (one per week). I find the plain round ones work best, although the shapes are fun, they peel up on the edges a little sooner. Let me know if you decide to try them and I can give you some tips on how to apply the tapes! Another option is to just use a really big plaster, I find the Band-Aid brand "tough strips" in the large size (http://a.co/9Vu6HCz
) work REALLY well...almost too well! Even after a week or so they stay stuck on really strongly, recommend having some kind of adhesive remover on hand if you go that route! For that reason I consider these the "nuclear option;" I only resort to it if fixtapes aren't sticking and I'm really concerned the sensor might come loose (e.g. the edge is starting to peel a little and I've still got several days left to go...) Also I've been told that it's better if the little hole in the sensor is open to the air, so if you use a plaster you'll want to poke or cut a hole in the centre to line up with the sensor.
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if you prefer!