I changed my pump site yesterday. Twice because the first one was burning really bad I couldn't stand it so I changed it. This site started to burn to and it hurts a lot! They both hurt when I put them in so I'm thinking I might have put it in some muscle or something. It looks perfectly normal but it actually feels like its eating away my stomach. Any one else ever had this feeling? Please help!

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I've had this feeling once but it was in my leg. I would take it out and leave that area alone for a while. Have you ever tried using your lower back? I was so scared to do it at first but it's actually a really good place. Hope this helps.

Yeah that's where I had it before this one. Thanks for the advice!

I am having a similar problem,anywhere on my stomache it happens. Tommorrow morning i will switch to my thigh or lower back and see what happens.

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