This question is for all the pumpers out there. Is it really worth all the hassle? Bear with me for my story. I got a Dexcom and Omnipod in January. The first month I had them both tools were fantastic!! I couldn't imagine going without them ever again. WELL now that i've been using them for some while my opinion has changed! First I used to never think about my D all the time. Just test BG 4 times a day, count the carbs in what you eat do the shot. One more shot at bedtime and that was it! Now there are SO many things to affect and not affect my BG. It just seems with all the possible problems related to a pump. Is the cannula in? Is it in the right spot? Is that site absorbing well? ON and ON it is getting too crazy for me! Plus you have to worry about DKA? IS my sugar 300 because of a missed carb count or is any of the other million problems the culprit?!?! So I guess what i am looking for from you guys is someone to tell me. YES it's worth it! I have a great A1C or it somehow helped you and you figured it out. All i can see it's done is made things worse! I am afraid of what my next A1C will be because of this damn thing. I mean if you do a shot and it does'nt absorb good well pick another spot and do some more right? When you're on the pump you can't just do that. You have to pull off the $100 pod full of $100 insulin and throw it all away and start new again!! And what if the next spot you pick is bad too!! I don't know what I am getting at. I am just SO frustrated with all the "reasons" why your sugar is high. Seems to me better control can come with getting rid of all those different variables! I believe in the technology and I believe it works maybe it's just not right for me? Any advice or personal experiences you would like to share would be great. Thanks for your time.