"I have had this no delivery problem twice in the last quick set package. It was received two months ago from Medtronic. This was a different number than the old ones that were recalled. I was able to force the system to prime by manually pushing the…"
"OMG. Please don't start running around with foil hats. Look, if you are worried about your pump, here is what you do. Get a box of syringes and some basal and bolus insulin. Keep it ready in case your pump fails. In fact, as a pump user, you…"
in your last discussion you revealed that your mean glucose value is 180 mg/dL and therefore you experience normal values as low. In my opinion you should try to lower your A1C below 7 to be more comfortable with normal values. In the first place this means you need to seek for possible improvements.
In this community we have very experienced shooters and pumpers that have great knowledge to share. I would recomment to log one or two weeks with our project Glucosurfer.org and to post the link to your diary in your next discussion (here is an example how this will look like).
It is a free project and it is perfectly okay if you stop logging after this period. It will just help us to see how your glucose reacts and how your pump is configured. If you like this idea you can add me as a friend and I can guide you through the settings of Glucosurfer (it is not that complicated).
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