HI Carol. I started my pump in Jan. yes it is attached to me at all times it is a much better way of controlling your BS. my A1C's have gone from the mid 8's to mid 7's. Have a look at the Animas ping. you can do everything from your meeter. if you keep whating for the OmmniPod to come to Canada there will be something better that you want by the time it gets here.
let me know if you have any questions.
hey greg..i've been trying to get on the adp program but havnt gotten a Endo (involved with the adult diabetes ed program)to sign the application yet..my specialist i used to see in Ajax when i was livin there isnt an endo so he couldnt sign..seems amazing..they send ya quarterly checks to cover supplies..i desperatly need to get on it cause great west life wont cover it anymore, because of ADP. One thing i know is you have to regularly make visits to a diabetes ed program showing an effort to control sugars to keep receiving coverage.
The ADP is great.
As for the regular visites it is as per your CDE i stay in tuch with mine via Email and see her 1 to 2 times per year (big deal) if you can find a Endo to sign the paper work go for it. sa for tubeless not sure if i would trust it it you have a set falure you not only louse the set but the insulin as well. I am on the Animas 2020 fully waterproff and the new ping is great. Let me know how things work out for you.
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