"Hi Tiffany, thought I would give you my two cents- I work in a busy, urban ED as a research coordinator so I have a little experience with running around in patient rooms. I have never had my omnipod alarm the long constant annoying alarm in a…"
"You can easily pull 90% of the insulin back out of the pod when it fails. After filling your new pod just use the same needle to pull the insulin out of the old one. Omnipod doesnt recommend it but I have been doing it for 3 years and have never had…"
"Hello! I would like to invite you to the Type 1 Diabetes Lounge, a local education and support network that serves all of Chicagoland. We've been around since 1989 and are renowned for what we offer. Check out www.type1diabeteslounge.com and…"
"I went through something similar with my onmipods two years ago with unicare hmo. Call dexcom back and say that you need them to go through the process with your insurance (they should be able to at least send something to your insurance for…"
"I switched to Omnipod in 2008 after using Minimed for 10 years and I havent looked back. I had many issues with Minimed and have had almost none with Omnipod. The automatic insertion has been a god send for me and I have only had a few small issues…"
Hello! I would like to invite you to the Type 1 Diabetes Lounge, a local education and support network that serves all of Chicagoland. We've been around since 1989 and are renowned for what we offer. Check out www.type1diabeteslounge.com and join us!
Victoria, 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. We look forward to seeing you post a Picture in your profile. Please feel free to join any of our Groups and Forums. If I can be of any assistance please feel free to ask. Again, welcome aboard!!
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