Eddie2, Suggestion: The day and time you change your pod is marked in glooko. You can see those data points and look forward 48-72 hrs. This would be a manual analysis w/o the excel export but the pattern should be evident. They could offer a bunch more data mining tools than they currently do. Would love to be on a focus group panel for that.
In 7 months and have had only 1 pod that acted like I wasn’t really getting any insulin even though the PDM showed “normal” deliveries. The unexected highs lasted until I changed that pod out early. Insulet kindly replaced it. Have never seen any day 3 variations and I use my pods well into the 8 hr expired window. Yes, not to supposed to do that but I like using as much of the reservoir as possible. When changing pods I always bolus right away even if I’m not eating or up the bolus calculation a bit. If not my BG will be too high on day 1. I’m convinced that even though it self primes, the first few day 1 deliveries after a pod change are slightly diluted.