"If you've found a solution to making the pods work, then great! If not, it's entirely possible that she could be having a reaction to the catheter material. I know that there are folks who are allergic to the Teflon, and have to use pumps…"
"I've had basically the same experience as Jaybear. A little less than a year ago, there were one or two bad lots that got sent out. I had multiple pods quite after 24 hours, which was very unusual. But since Insulet fixed that issue or dumped…"
"Thanks for that tip. I get itchy around day 7 which makes getting to day 12 or 13 (which seems to be my max time) very difficult. I'll try that.
Oddly enough, my last Opsite application did the same as my Dex tape - it came right off after…"
"Thanks for the tips, I plan to use the Skin-tac and opsite tape, esp with summer coming. We had a very warm day and I was working in the yard, I looked down and my sensor was on the ground ;-( - I was sweaty....."
hi kimberly but my friend was already embarassed and in a bad way and I dont think insisting that she cause a scence would have been the best option right then and there . I think we did the best thing we could in the choice to go home and try another flight in a couple of days . well for the trips from now on we will just do Mdi s which is what I do cause I cannot afford a pump . so the best option we figure is that since no one has bothered to return her phone call . thanks for your weighing in though appreciated very much .
Too cool! I wanted to be a robotic engineer when I grew up, but somehow I became an artist instead. Now I am moving back into the technology field once again. Where once tech'y stuff was a hobby and art was my job, I am almost done switching those both around, heh.
Last month, I had one of the most amazing experiences I have had with technology since I have been living with diabetes. It happened at the Focus On Technology conference organized by Children With Diabetes in Los Angeles (the first Read on! →
REALM Charter is a middle school full of amazing young people eager to learn about World Diabetes Day. Team DHF spent the day with over 300 students and taught them about the Big Blue Test and what they can do Read on! →