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OmniPod Failure Rate Decrease???

Hi Everyone, I'm writing to see if anyone feels like the new Omnipods have been fixed and their failure rates decreased. I was on the old…

Started by Kyra

4 Dec 2, 2014
Reply by Kyra

Tubed pump users: Why do you prefer over Omnipod?

First: This is not to be an "us" vs. "them" sort of thread, people, please. Both tubed and patch-based pumps are incredible technologies th…

Started by Dave

100 Sep 13, 2014
Reply by artwoman

Thinking of going back to a pump

Hi gang, This is my first post on here...I don't get on very much but I'm looking for suggestions of a pump. I was diagnosed about 5 years…

Started by cassieb92

13 Jun 22, 2014
Reply by Anna-Kate

How do I deal with my split Lantus dosage when starting the pump?

I am meeting with the Omnipod trainer for the second time tomorrow. To be honest, I didn't really know that I was supposed to OFFICIALLY st…

Started by Pamaloo

15 May 11, 2014
Reply by Richard P Cosgrove

OmniPod System

If you are a "pumper", you should consider this system. There is no tube and the "Pod" is totally self-contained. The cannula is inserted a…

Started by Max Thames

14 Apr 30, 2014
Reply by barbraann

Does anyone use freestyle lite strips in their omnipod??

We have used these for years, I thought I read here that they were really the same strips as the regular freestyle and just put out under a…

Started by Jacob's mom

4 Feb 26, 2014
Reply by Jacob's mom

Recall Omnipod Freestyle teststrips

Hi - just received an e-mail from Abbott re Freestyle teststrips for Omnipod PDM recall. Reason: inaccurate measurements may occur (too low…

Started by barend

0 Feb 25, 2014

OmniPod and ACA

Hi, I'm a pretty satisfied OmniPod user here. Been experiencing somewhat frequent POD errors lately but still it's pretty alright. I was ma…

Started by Anonymous D :)

1 Jan 14, 2014
Reply by Anonymous D :)

Omnipod - interested in pump - infusion sets

My current pump is about to expire. Really interested in getting this pump as a replacement - worried about the pods cannula insertion thou…

Started by Debbi

12 Dec 9, 2013
Reply by FHS

New to pumps

Hey! I have been a diabetic for ten years now and i have never liked pumps, just the idea of being attached to it 24/7 did not appeal to me…

Started by NatetheDiabetic

7 Oct 31, 2013
Reply by Ellie

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