"You did it; you did it! Way to go, girl! I think you might relate: I'm really good at working my way through systems (and have helped others to do so), but aside from the anxiety about things working out I also feel "should this have to be…"
"I'm a type 1 and I see a NP, Sarah. I don't expect or want a medical provider to interfere in the daily management of my T1D. I just want them to write the prescriptions. And as Dave mentions I'm lucky to have good PPO insurance that…"
"Speaking just for myself, the last thing in the world I want is someone "checking on my data" and giving me advice about my D management. Nobody knows as much about it as me. Recently when my A1C had gone up my doctor said,…"
"People certainly do take pump vacations for various reasons and I'm sure people on here will give good advice as to how to go about it. But I'm puzzled by your post in that you don't seem to particularly want to take a pump vacation.…"
"Are you talking about the duration of your insulin activity? For most of us it's somewhere between 3 and 4.5 hours but to find out your own personal duration you can just keep track when you do a correction of how long your glucose continues to…"
"Just to clarify, I definitely wasn't saying you were a "trouble maker", just you had referred to several new pumps in a short time and I know how organizations tend to think/work...if someone has more than average needs or complaints…"
"I dreaded the manual insertion for a long time, Taylor. When I actually tried it, it was no big deal.Well worth it for me to eliminate set problems. I didn't find too much difference between angled and straight plastic sets."
"I actually did check the particulars for the hospital near me. The things they were rating didn't seem like the things most of us care about. It almost seems like an evaluation of how a given hospital treats diabetic patients in several aspects…"
"Thanks, Karen. Interesting, though as I said above I don't know how relevant to the actual care one of us would get if admitted. Perhaps it says more about the endos associated with a given hospital than an actual hospital stay for a PWD."
"I've had that happen, but I usually was using my usual (stomach) area and when I switched to a whole new body part for a while, it helped the problem. But you used several different areas so that is really strange. This may or may not apply to…"
Thanks anyway.I have started a discussion about the play button not working and so far have received no replies.I was composing my own tunes for the reminders which I use all the time.I get so tired of Mary Had A Little Lamb.If you know what I mean?
Hi Zoe I was just reading some of the posts online about EZ ManagerMax.My Ezmanager max3.06 does not work my custom composer.When I hit the play button the tune doesnot play.I called Animas and they told me they would send the 3.07 version.What is the difference between the two.I just hope the 3.07 version works better.
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Zoe, My comment was not directed at you; if I didn't make that clear, please let me say it now and remove all doubt. I do have to say, however, that I think you are wasting your energy trying to reason with someone who won't be reasoned with, and who simply will not hear what you say. You're attempting to move an immovable object.
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