"My first couple of days were just like that, without control and I canged my basal every day for three days and now, after five days on the omnipod everything is great! Just give it time and check on your basal with your specialist. I been able to…"
"I am podding now also, as of yesterday around 11am. So far, so good. I did have a little low last night but it was around the time that my temp basal was ending from my existing Lantus from the night before so I think that is why. Anyways!!!!! Yeah…"
"Glad to hear you are liking it. My 7 year old son is learning how to change his own pod. He can do it almost completely by himself. He still needs help drawing up the insulin in the syringe. I think you are going to really like the freedom that the…"
I started pumping last year - and you will love it hopefully as much as I do (was injecting for 40 years prior). Went from 7.0% A1C - and last checkup was at 5.7%. BG's more stable - and I don't feel like a diabetic anymore! I am now using about 20 units of insulin a day - compared to 30 units on MDI. Wish Omnipod was here in Canada - so went with the next best choice of Animas 2020.
Hello there... A fellow diabetic from Clarksville... Small world. I'm going on the Animas from the Cozmo. Good luck with the Pod. It's soo exciting when you first start pumping. I've been on the pump for almost 16years now.
Good evening Myriam...yes, that's how I like it also...BUSY! I too am involved with the children at our church...and a few years back, at the church we attended prior to this one, I co-ordinated the children's programme (also taught it along with other loving folk!)...AND LOVED IT!
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