"Yeah, me too. I was thinking it might be wise to stockpile a little bit just to give them time to do recalls in the future before I use the stuff. As for your leakage problem, two other things that may cause excessive pressure in your reservoir…"
"I'm a mechanical engineer, so I just disassembled a recalled reservoir and a non-recalled reservoir and examined them both with good light and a magnifying glass. I can't see the difference. My motivation was the anger over just having…"
"Leo, This is marvelous info, thank you for sharing. What I really take away from this is the intense scrutiny you put your meals and blood sugars through, at least in the testing period. You also seem to have amazing discipline, but I love is that…"
"I've been using Sure-T's for a few years, and they work great. My skin hardly reacts to them. But sometimes my belt presses into the needle and hurts when I bend over to pick something up off the floor. I guess I'm too chicken to use…"
"I wear my pump against my skin on my hip or abdomen when I ski, and it's fine. My meter froze up on a ski trip to Wolf Creek, Colorado, last year, even though I had it inside my jacket in an inside breast pocket. I read in Diabetes Forecast…"
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