All Discussions Tagged 'absorption' (8)

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Question about poor site absorption

I'm an Omnipod user, for a bit over a year now. I've read here many times about tubed pump users having poor absorption at a site, pulling…

Started by Dave

3 Aug 27
Reply by JohnG

Absorption Issues

Absorption Issues I seem to get best control when I wear my pump on my stomach. My arms are okay too, but my legs and upper buttocks seem t…

Started by Bee

7 Jul 5
Reply by 2hobbit1

Pump Absorption Problems

I have a friend that has been a pumper since 1995. She has had a lot of absorption and allergy issues. She switched from 3 days with her si…

Started by Kelly WPA

14 Nov 27, 2012
Reply by Kelly WPA

Lantus absorption sites?

Ever since I've been on Lantus, I've either taken it in my arm or my stomach, and I never really see any difference in BG readings the next…

Started by Jack

0 Feb 20, 2012

Glucophage passing right through?

Is it 'normal' (!) for Glucophage to sometimes pass right on through? Does it mean it's not working at all. Years ago when I was diagnosed…

Started by wickhamster

17 Nov 9, 2011
Reply by wickhamster

Very Bad Scar Tissue May Eventually Heal Itself

I had several highs in the 140-200 range before I started pumping. I did not know the reason for that. My pumping started in June, 2007, an…

Started by Richard157

16 May 22, 2011
Reply by Stuart

absorption problems after 12 years on pump

Hi all,I've been on the pump for 12 years, and have always used sites on my abdomen. Over the past 9 months, I've been having terrible prob…

Started by LD

19 May 7, 2010
Reply by Nancy

20% delivery for 6 hours after new infusion sets are inserted

Used pump fine for five months and life was 'normal', then the problem developed. Paradigm pump + CGMS, 23 year old 160 lb 5'10" male. Trie…

Started by Parker

14 Mar 26, 2009
Reply by Jason

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