My insurance shocked me by approving the pump for me before the full 6 months of injection therapy they normally require (I think Animas managed that by playing the "she's going to get pregnant soon" card). Now, Dexcom is about to try.
The last Dexcom person I talked to sounded reasonable optimistic. "I don't know of any reason they'd deny it, as long as we really do show that you need it." But I can't help but wonder if my insurance company will really believe I need it. After all, I could get by without it by testing often. I don't have crazy lows while asleep, and the lowest I've gone so far is 40, though it was low enough to scare the crap out of me. (I'm of the opinion that it'll really, really improve my control, though. Maybe I never would have had that 40 with a CGM! Maybe I'll be able to act faster when it turns out I've eaten more or fewer carbs than my little nutrition book indicated!)
Any experience on getting a CGM based almost exclusively on pregnancy?