All Discussions Tagged 'pumping' (58)

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Active woman (tennis, golf, yoga, Pilates, etc.) needs advice on pump choice

I've been using a Medtronic Paradigm pump for 10 years, and my latest one is long out of warranty. (Still have an old back-up pump, though.…

Started by Gamin

26 on Sunday
Reply by Nell

No Endo; Really Bad Medical Advice

I am a T1 on a pump and have no endo right now because she left practice due to disagreement with hospital admin. Just my luck I now need t…

Started by Unknown Diabetic

47 Oct 17
Reply by Clare

pros and cons of Omni Pod or conventional insulin pump

I'm starting to do research on insulin pumps rather than using MDI. I've gathered from reading here that some people find the ability to ma…

Started by lh378

22 Oct 9
Reply by eddieg

90 Days on the Pump

I wanted to give my initial experience after going from MDI to the Medtronic 530G and Enlite sensor. A quick bio on me: I was Dx with diabe…

Started by ITDiabetic

12 Oct 3
Reply by Mitch

T Slim Pump

I am on the looking at getting a new pump since my insurance will pay for a new one. I currently use the mini med pump and wondered if anyo…

Started by Scott

20 Sep 28
Reply by Skye

CGM and Injections

I have recently been diagnosed with T1D and I am giving myself injections at mealtime and long lasting every 24 hrs to stabilize my BG leve…

Started by Bailey

62 Sep 27
Reply by Scott A

Helping T2 Hubby with ISF Pump Adjustment

Hello Friends, Thank you for all the "Welcome" messages that I received when I first signed on. Since this is my first post, I hope you'll…

Started by brmidi

14 Sep 21
Reply by brmidi

New to Pumping

Hi, I've taken shots for more than 26 years and just starting using the Medtronic 530G pump about a month ago. So far I'm hating it! I'm hi…

Started by mlcarey

13 Sep 21
Reply by acidrock23

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

Newbie at pumping.

I'm new to pumping and this past friday was the first day of being connected to my pump. My nurse, who did the training, told me to change…

Started by Billy

3 Aug 24
Reply by Marie B

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