Pete's Discussions (15)

Discussions Replied To (11) Replies Latest Activity

"Unfortunately what I used to think was great service has completely disappeared. Eve…"

Pete replied Aug 19, 2013 to OmniPod Customer Care Line Issues

63 Sep 12, 2013
Reply by Kate

"I have no other pump experience other than the pod, but I am very happy with it. Onc…"

Pete replied Mar 16, 2012 to Just Curious, Is there anyone who is generally happy with the Omnipod?

69 May 30, 2012
Reply by scruff

"I like the back of my arms and abdomen both for comfort and results. I used to wear…"

Pete replied Mar 16, 2012 to What's your favorite spot....

38 May 2, 2012
Reply by mikep

"A couple of times now when this has happened to me, I slowly back the syringe out ag…"

Pete replied Oct 18, 2011 to Pod failed to do the two beeps

16 Oct 18, 2011
Reply by Gil DePaula

"I am now going through the same experiences and am getting rather concerned. I have…"

Pete replied Jun 21, 2011 to Bad Pods or Bad Absorption??

22 Jun 21, 2011
Reply by Jen in CO

"I always change in the morning. I bolus with my old pod for breakfast and then I als…"

Pete replied Apr 20, 2011 to Pod Change Timing

8 Apr 23, 2011
Reply by Jeremy and Anne

"Thanks for the feedback. It sounds like a few people are having very similar issues."

Pete replied Jan 27, 2011 to Past Pump Users Now on OmniPod

16 Feb 23, 2011
Reply by Sukar

"I have been pretty liucky with the post pod change highs. I try to always change pod…"

Pete replied Jan 26, 2011 to Past Pump Users Now on OmniPod

16 Feb 23, 2011
Reply by Sukar

"For those of you who use your buttocks how has that been working? I have not yet tri…"

Pete replied Jan 4, 2011 to Pod Placement

16 Jan 13, 2011
Reply by Nancy Currie

"I generally use both arms, both sides of my abdomen and both thighs.  As far as comf…"

Pete replied Dec 27, 2010 to Pod Placement

16 Jan 13, 2011
Reply by Nancy Currie

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