Ruth's Discussions (264)

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"I've used the quickset for 10 years now and have never had any major problems with i…"

Ruth replied Oct 21, 2012 to New pump user - would like some advice.

12 Nov 3, 2012
Reply by Leonard A.

"I usually go to the beach for one week every summer. Before I go down to the beach,…"

Ruth replied Oct 21, 2012 to pumpers at the beach(not pool-side)

6 Oct 21, 2012
Reply by Ruth

"I had Harvard Pilgrim until last August when I went on Medicare and my former employ…"

Ruth replied Feb 19, 2012 to Harvard Pilgrim Health Care penalizes CGM users and others

14 Feb 24, 2012
Reply by David Wheeler

"Cool...I never knew that either!"

Ruth replied Feb 19, 2012 to MM Revel 523 backlight - did you know ?

11 Feb 21, 2012
Reply by sultansfam

"I named my pump J. Alfred Pumprock (J. Alfred or J. for short) Ruth"

Ruth replied Dec 4, 2010 to Does your pump have a name?

30 Jan 27, 2011
Reply by sarah lizz

"One other thing you may want to consider: when you have days where you're running lo…"

Ruth replied Nov 23, 2010 to really bad day....

14 Nov 24, 2010
Reply by boedica

"I always disconnect before going through the scanner, place the pump in a ziploc bag…"

Ruth replied Nov 23, 2010 to Anyone been through the full body scan?

17 Feb 1, 2011
Reply by DRxBMW

"I totally agree with Tarra. Even at the beginning, when my basal rates needed tweaki…"

Ruth replied Nov 19, 2010 to really bad day....

14 Nov 24, 2010
Reply by boedica

"I don't know if this is applicable to any of you, but if you've recently gone on Med…"

Ruth replied Oct 27, 2010 to Required blood work for mini med

23 Nov 26, 2010
Reply by Nell

"My first pump was a Paradigm 515, and I had a lot of problems with it...4 failures,…"

Ruth replied Oct 18, 2010 to Issues with MiniMed "Button Error"

14 Mar 11, 2011
Reply by rosieb

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