"Has anyone had the problem of the play button not playing the tune even when keys on the keyboard are pressed?I am using EZM 3.06 and I called Animas and they told me that the new version should work my tunes.I hope so."
"I don't... basal insulin is in your system for 3-4 hours so its not really helping to stop a low immediately. If I find I'm going low at the same time of day for a few days then I try out a temp basal 10% lower 3-4 hours before the lows…"
"oh one more thing...about how many units, you're supposed to change out your set every 3 days, so 200/3= about 66 units per day. If you use more than that you may have an issue. I use around 40-50 per day.
are you already on a pump?"
"I've been using the ping for about a year and a half, I love it very much.
I dont know much about the omnipod so I cant comment on the functionality of the remote in comparison, but the ping meter remote allows you to bolus right from it.
"if you're outside a lot the insulin the the pump could just not be lasting as long as 3 days, depending on how hot it is.
I've increased my basal a bit and correct when needed, it comes down. The heat takes a lot out of me, i try to stay…"
Donna, here is giving you a warm and friendly welcome to TuDiabetes.com. This is a very neat site/blog that we all use to help and support each other. I hope to see you and your participation often. If I can be of any assistance please feel free to ask. Again, welcome aboard!!
Hey Donna – As a Canadian with diabetes – do you know if doctors recommend animal (natural) sourced insulins for people that have difficulty recognizing lows? I was just curious because the option isn’t available here in the US. I’m always curious to see how medical professionals are trained in other countries. I’m get excited to meet people with diabetes from other countries. Welcome to TuDiabetes!
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