"I was looking at my profile and noticed you asked me a question back in December about where my name came from (ENDSwME). Every since I was diagnosed, I prayed that 1) I would be healed and 2) that this would never pass to my children or my…"
"From my experience, when you get new insurance you get new coverage. Before I got Omnipod I was on BCBS and had the Accu-check Spirit. I wanted to change pumps but thought I need to wait for the 4 year warranty to be up. But because I changed from…"
"I dont change my batteries that often, they end up getting pretty low. I even use rechargeable batteries. But I havent lost any info except for one time when I left the batteries out all night. I have been on the pod for a year now."
"To me it usually is. Its good to hear that you are adjusting to it and actually enjoying it. There are tons of negative things people have to say about it, but I feel like all pumps have their drawbacks; you just have to pick the one that will fit…"
"I have an insurance claim pending to BCBS since about last August that they still havent paid to Insulet. I was told this by a rep who also said that BCBS no longer has a contract with them and will probably send me a check for the payment that I…"
"Don't let it get to you. I almost did at one point of time too. Just think about how each treatment is going to have something that will frustrate you, and just pick the one that you feel will make you the most comfortable in the long run. Or…"
Hello! How Do You Do, and....HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you ENDSwME! Your baby is simply beautiful ♥ Is your daughter the baby, or is the
baby another child? Whichever....both beautiful :)
Best Wishes NOW....and on the next 364 days!
How's it all going? Do you have any questions or comments?
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