Well that was the best way I could figure out how to title the conversation.

It has been well over a year since I have started things out with the Dexcom CGM. I was told by the powers that be at Dexcom, that I would get a year of life out of the transmitter before the internal battery fails. That was roughly in June. Things are still going strong on the hope front for me and the initial transmitter as we enter into October. For those who may have had to replace the dead bits and pieces of the CGM, how exactly will I know when my transmitter has hit the epic fail part of its life and career? I have no information on that as of right now.

Any hints or clues would be nice, just so I can be prepared! (Now I just got the song Scar sings in Lion King stuck in my head.... sigh)