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Scar Tissue strikes terror into my heart

The last two weeks have produced two days that could be called "extreme excursions" for me. Why, you ask? Because of scar tissue! See if yo…

Started by Mike Ratrie

22 on Thursday
Reply by Mike Ratrie

Tracking pump infusion sites

What do people do to track and rotate their pump infusion sites? Eyeballing and memory works to an extent, but I wouldn't mind doing better…

Started by niccolo

30 Dec 9, 2014
Reply by Cheryl

Alernate Site Testing?

I was in my chemistry lab yesterday and spilled some silver nitrate on my hands. Because of this, my hands are chemically stained for the n…

Started by TimmyMac

9 Nov 2, 2014
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, 2014
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, 2014
Reply by Marie B

Infusion site infection?

So almost a week ago I removed my last infusion site. I am back to doing injections to give my body a break from 17 years of pump therapy.…

Started by A. Barney

6 Aug 5, 2014
Reply by A. Barney

Well I tried it - infusion site in left boob

I think it was here at TuDiabetes that I read about some other women trying it. I wanted to give the usual places a rest - so I went for it…

Started by artwoman

101 May 20, 2014
Reply by Asma

Upcoming Trip...what to do with my pump and dexcom?

Hi Guys, I've been using my T-slim for a few months now. I'm loving it. I also use a Dexcom G4 which I also really like. I am going on a cr…

Started by Anna

2 Jan 13, 2014
Reply by Alycat

A diabetes project...AND I NEED YOUR HELP!

A few weeks ago I came on here and talked about a kickstarter fundraising thing I was doing to get funding for a photo project involving di…

Started by TheDiabetesHero

2 Jan 8, 2014
Reply by Piscesyin

Blood around infusion site; is this normal?

So I'm still learning whats okay and not so okay with pump normalities. I located an infusion set near my backside the other day and an hou…

Started by ashleypfuntner

19 Sep 7, 2013
Reply by ashleypfuntner

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