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Implantable Pump?

I read that there have been clinical trials on implantable pumps. Is this true? When might we first see an implantable closed-loop system?

Started by Cocheze

2 May 1
Reply by wallskev

Using Enlite Sensors With Revel System

I'm using my Enlite Sensors with my Revel Pump and I get way better CGM results now than I did using Sof-Sensors! I am not paying $700 for…

Started by Leotha Fleming III

5 Apr 28
Reply by john

Mio Infusion Set

I have been using the Mio (Inset 2 prior to Mio) infusion sets for years and have noticed over the last few weeks that when I change to a n…

Started by Graeme

7 Apr 25
Reply by Graeme

AM Cardio

Would the best time to workout be in the morning, before work? I see a behavioral health therapist for OCD, and she suggested to just knock…

Started by Cocheze

3 Apr 19
Reply by john

Inhalable Insulin

I remember trying some inhalable insulin a few years ago. Whatever happened to that stuff and will it ever replace shots?

Started by Cocheze

2 Apr 11
Reply by Kevin H

Medtronic 530G with sensor

Anyone started the new 530 G with the sensor? I have transitioned to this from Minimed pump and dex sensor. on day 4 and curious if others…

Started by lisa c

75 Apr 7
Reply by lisa c

To Go Kit bag

Hey all,As a new pump user I am working on getting adjusted to the new supplies I have to carry with me.  What I am looking for is any reco…

Started by Heather-E

21 Apr 2
Reply by FP1966

Leaky Reservoirs

This is a problem I continued to have even after the recall and all of my reservoirs were replaced. I started noticing it in September of 2…

Started by JenJen777

5 Mar 29
Reply by ribbon07

Stopped using MM CGM - left over supplies

I've switched to Dexcom from the MM CGM about 2 months ago and am loving it! I do, however, have two boxes left of MM senors. Any idea what…

Started by Stacy

10 Mar 25
Reply by Stacy

"My aunt's a diabetic and she works at a bank"

Most every time I would tell someone that I wanted to become a doctor to help diabetics, they would reply, "My aunt's a diabetic, and she w…

Started by Cocheze

5 Mar 21
Reply by john

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