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OmniPod New Feature Survey Results

Thank you to everyone who participated in the new feature survey.  We had over two hundred responses.    The results were compiled in a rep…

Started by AML

8 Nov 8, 2010
Reply by Wendy Andersen

CGM

Hello everyone!  I have been contemplating getting a CGM to compliment my Omnipod.  I am sure some of you use a CGM and wanted to ask your…

Started by Kelby

9 Nov 8, 2010
Reply by Hockey Mom

When do you know your pod is failing?

I changed the pod today and my sugars went upto 270 so I kept an eye on it and bolused.  It stayed stable for a few hrs but did not come do…

Started by Sandy Palmer

11 Nov 8, 2010
Reply by Sandy Palmer

Switched from Minimed to Omnipod

Hi all !! I'm a T1 x11 years, have been using a pump x10 years. I am looking into the Omnipod as my next upgrade, and was curious to see if…

Started by Kati *

45 Nov 7, 2010
Reply by Katieann2003

Seizures!

So, my son has been diagnosed with T1 for 3 years and 1 month ago we switched to the omnipod system and we experienced our first seizure Sa…

Started by jjwatson

13 Nov 7, 2010
Reply by jjwatson

Pod Occulsions

My 15 year old has had 3 occulsions in the past 24 hours......All of them occur during a bolus.  His blood sugars were in range, before the…

Started by Beth Schneider

18 Nov 6, 2010
Reply by Sherry Ann

high BG after changing pod

did you notice high BG after changing pod?it means you change pod having 70 mg/dl and after 2 hour your BG is up to 200 mg/dl.so you make a…

Started by pumpy

2 Nov 6, 2010
Reply by Sandy Palmer

meals and meal replacement drinks

Everybody keeps on telling me that i should eat 5 small meals a day... i was wondering what everybody idea is on that. also does anybody dr…

Started by Domo!

4 Nov 5, 2010
Reply by KcF

New with OmniPod

My son  (he is 5 years old)  just started on OmniPod (we are in a “testing mode”). After the first pod change we found a bruise with a litt…

Started by serge28

8 Nov 3, 2010
Reply by serge28

HIGH BG...don't understand PDM

   Yesterday, I apparently didn't get any insulin after breakfast ( not sure why), when I checked at lunch my BG was HIGH. The PDM said it…

Started by Shadow

12 Nov 1, 2010
Reply by Gil DePaula

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