Minimed Paradigm Insulin Pump Users Discussions (626)

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sensor insertion - large "bump"

When I was inserting a new sensor 2 hours ago (upper thigh area), I had a "bad insertion". In other words, the sensor didn't get injected i…

Started by Janny

0 Feb 26, 2011

Looking for CGMS sensors

Is there an alternate source to find Medtronic MMT-7002 CGMS sensors? I've been laid off and finally had to drop my insurance, so needing f…

Started by Joe D.

9 Feb 23, 2011
Reply by Joe D.

723 pump questions

Greetings on a winter evening. Hopefully, I'll have my upgraded MM 723 by next week. Currently using a MM 712 for the last 5 years. Unfo…

Started by DRxBMW

7 Feb 22, 2011
Reply by Janny

Revel CGM component vs. Dexcom's

I've got a Dexcom CGM but am not yet pumping.  I've been waiting for an integrated pump/CGM, and Revel got my attention.  I've been very ha…

Started by etta amy

15 Feb 20, 2011
Reply by MossDog

Active Insulin on the Status Menu

Hello, I just recently started using the CGM on my MiniMed Pump. This is what happens to me sometimes. (it has happened a few times as well…

Started by Lulu Moe

5 Feb 18, 2011
Reply by Natalie ._c-

Apidra and MM Pump

I was wondering if anyone has any experience with Apidra and the MiniMed Insulin Pump? I have heard things that the Apidra tends to stick i…

Started by jimt1cgms

12 Feb 12, 2011
Reply by jimt1cgms

Pumping is SA starting to add up?? One up for the sugar-free people.

This is a comment regarding my discussion "Pumping in SA don't add up". Other than the great english I used in the title - I have GREAT ne…

Started by sansucre

1 Feb 11, 2011
Reply by Quazz

wet

what to you put over transmitter and sensor from getting wet

Started by daniel billings

6 Feb 8, 2011
Reply by Kelly

continuous glucose monitoring

can any one help me. i when on tueday with cgm i keep getting weak signal. wear the pump on one side and transmitter and transmitter on the…

Started by daniel billings

7 Feb 7, 2011
Reply by jimt1cgms

Pump Supplies

I get my pump supplies through medicare (primary) and United Healthcare (secondary). I have been getting my supplies through Liberty Medica…

Started by David C Weisberg

8 Feb 4, 2011
Reply by Jennifer

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