I see that we can't give these away here. I got a box and used a few trying them out. They do not work for me, but since a couple are missing, I can't return them.

What should I do with them? I am sure somebody else can use them. I'd rather not throw them away, but I will if that is the only option.

Thanks!

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Are they 6mm or 9mm? Are you having insulin delivery issues or do you just find them uncomfortable?

They come out in less than 48 hours. I get NO DELIVERY messages. I called Medtronic and was told that it may be because of the amount of body fat that I have as opposed to the Quick Sets.

9 mm.

I'm not an expert nor would I pretend to be, but it sounds like they might be kinking. Do you have any pain or discomfort prior to or during the NO DELIVERY error? And where on your body are you trying to place your sites when this is occurring? (if you don't mind sharing)

Hey there,

They were pretty hard to get used to, but once I got the hang of them they worked really well. Would suggest to give them another try, and keep them for back up.

Cheers

I could use them if you're giving them away.

How much body fat do you have? I haven't noticed any difference using the Mios vs the Quicksets other than the fact that the Mios don't stick to my skin as well as the Quicksets.

1) I can definitely "pinch an inch".
2) I attach to my abdomen usually. Off to the side, keeping away from my belly button.
3) The adhesive seems to be the Problem. I use the adhesive wipe before attaching and it doesn't help. In about 48 hours, I have to remove it and start again.

The wipes don't work for me either. Try skin tac and/or opsite flexifix.

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