I just started on my first pump this Thursday and immediately noticed that my insulin seems to "work better". Yay for me!
Normally when I wake up and correct, it takes hours for my BG to slowly meander down to where it belongs, with my Dexcom reporting a right arrow the entire time. Now, I correct and I see a real dip when the insulin starts kicking in, around 1-2 hours.
I am starting to wonder if it's due to the pump, or that the infusion site is not on my lower abdomen where I would often inject. I have severe internal abdominal adhesions, from stage IV endometriosis. I have a nice layer of fat above it, but if you press on my lower tummy, it's hard as a rock underneath.
Anyone else have abdominal adhesions from surgeries and have you noticed that it impacts your insulin absorption?