"Every once in a while I will get a blister around or close to my infusion site, and the doctor told me it was due to the adhesive that holds my pod uses. It doesn't happen every time just every now and then. I don't think it's because…"
"It was a life changing thing for me. I was dx'ed in 1971 and did not start the pump till Feb 07. I now feel that I am taking an active part in controlong my D and not just observing it. I am now using the CGMS. Has its ups and downs but over…"
"I really like it a lot, I have been on the pump for a little over a year and everything is going well. There have been some things here and there that have happened, but nothing that couldn't be fixed quickly and nothing that the company…"
It was a life changing thing for me. I was dx'ed in 1971 and did not start the pump till Feb 07. I now feel that I am taking an active part in controlong my D and not just observing it. I am now using the CGMS. Has its ups and downs but over all it helps with the control. I would not go back unless I can no longer aford this thing, but will go without a lot o fstuff to keep it.
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