While I was sleeping the Dexicom magic show began, the Dexicom was performing great around 2am when it buzzed and told me that I was at 55. I got up, tested and was 48. I would do the famous Noonan low blood sugar pig out, then took two units of insulin, I knew I'd be above 200 in a couple hours, this 2 units would hopefully prevent that. As you see to the left my blood sugar went above 200 quickly but not to much higher. From 4am until 6am my Dexicom did its magic act. I don't know if the Dexicom said this guy is working me to hard and left early or if the Dexicom needed a nap after being up for 72 hours straight.
In all seriousness I don't know why I did not get any blood sugar readings for almost two hours. My only guess could be rubbing against my t-shirt and the mattress, with the CGM site on my left hip sleeping on my left side may cause it lose contact with the receiver. Random very off topic idea, I might name my receiver Ed McCaffery, my favorite wide receiver from the Denver Broncos!!! Back to the main topic, I don't know why I lost contact with the receiver, I will probably try sleeping without a shirt tonight to see if that helps. I don't know if this will help, if anyone has had similar problems I would love to hear of your solutions.