I'd like to know about this, as i'm one of the ones that freaks out if i EVER see anything over 250, let alone 300 or so. I don't think i should ever be that high, but my Dr. says that it's to be expected after eating.
Expected or not, i don't like it, and i don't like the feelings that come with it... i usually bolus right when i eat, or maybe 5 to 10 minutes before hand. Should i back this up a bit and bolus earlier? I also usually bolus for 60 carbs, then add more if i find out i'm eating more than i planned (at school this happens all the time). Is that a good practice, or should i just bolus all at once? My usual aim is 100-120, but my Dr. has me set for 100-140.
I've only been on the pump for a week, and i'm really impressed. Other than the whole eating problem, i never see anything over 200 (except for the picture i posted lol). Any tips that you guys have for pumping in general/specific to the Omnipod would be really nice :) I just recently started really getting into taking care of myself (Dr. said he saw swelling in the back of my eyes, and a month later i was wearing contacts. Can you say wake up call?) and i want to be as thorough as possible.