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Unable to delete tracker

I was trying to delete one of my trackers (I know how and I double checked the directions) and I'm still unable to delete it.
Any advice?
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707563 tn?1587576687
Which tracker are you trying to delete?  Perhaps I can help.

Emily
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The menopause one.
707563 tn?1587576687
Hmmm I can't either.  I'll let tech know for you.

Emily
707563 tn?1587576687
This appears to be a bug, and we hope to have a fix soon.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

Emily
1339332 tn?1329854366
I'm having the same problem...can't delete my Crohn's/Colitis tracker despite checking, rechecking & following the instructions for deleting. (A memo comes up at the bottom of my page saying "Error on page".)

Would like to see just a Bowel Habit tracker. I have chronic intermittent diarrhea & constipation. Thought the Crohn's/Colitis tracker would serve my needs but it didn't. Just need a place to record frequency of/consistency of BMs and any n/v, abd pain, etc.

Thank you for the changes that have been made in Sleep Tracker. It's a little tedious to scroll through each minute individually & have to categorize each sleep session, but it captures my overall sleep pattern much better than the old tracker as I wake for 5-10 minutes several times an hour and having to round up to 15 minute blocks wasn't really capturing my sleep totals accurately---was always over or under estimating.

I'd like to see some changes on the Diabetic Tracker which I'm maintaining for my Dad. I'd like to see the various BSs (pre-breakfast, pre-lunch, pre-supper, pre-bed, etc.) broken out into separate graphic charts OR make the chart larger so that the individual values can be better seen. My father's target range is 90-150 and the graph is so cramped up that you can't really see the individual recordings. It would also be helpful to have a section to note specific times & BS results to document insulin reactions with the BS at onset/discovery of reaction as well as a couple of rechecks as the reaction is treated & then resolves. My Dad is on Prednisone which can affect BSs and because trying to titrate his insulin dose to match his declining prednisone dose is a "trial & error" process, he's had 4-5 low blood sugar reactions over 4 weeks. Each reaction requires a couple of BS rechecks after doses of carbohydrates and there's really no where to record them. (I've been recording in the journal, but his PCP would love a graphic representation she can look at quickly.) Also, please add diaphoresis/cold, clammy sweat and thick/slurred speech to the list of symptoms. These are my Dad's ONLY symptoms (other than unconsciousness if we don't catch it quick enough) and as an ER nurse, I see literally HUNDREDS of diabetics who have similiar symptoms.

Thanks for a great site and for the ongoing work to make it even better.

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