6.6 Baby!!! :oD  Thats the best its been in 21 years!!!  I love this pump!

 

 

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WOW....good stories Brad & marizona! I have a few just like it that I wont go into here (they are on my site/blog at http://www.supportersofsurvivors.com, plese visit and leave a message! (nothing for sale there I promise. There will be soon fianancial assistance for those who have been hospitalized for traumatic health events and have consequent financial difficulties. I was one 5 years ago, and I am training to be a debt liquidation specialist as we speak.) great stories include a few times where my wife had to call 911 at 3 am and one VERY big 911 incident when I had a brain hemmhorage/stroke.
about a month ago I got my A1c checked, went from 7.5 to 6.8 in TWO MONTHS! (which means I'm even lower!!)

such a good feeling, CONGRATS!
I was 6.2 at my last visit :D

That's the best i've EVER been. 13 years with the D, and i've FINALLY got it under control :D
Congratulations!

This makes me very happy. :)

Gil
ex- Insulet Engineering Team Member
Ex? Why ex?
I just got my A1C for the first 90 days on Omni Pod and I went from 7.5 to 5.4% best that is has ever been. I have always said for me the tubed pumps had too much margin of error for 43 inches of tubing. Best thing I ever did diabetes wise

Did you just get censored?

John Bowler jbowler @ acm.org

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