"So I can't comment on any scientific studies, but I wore my pod on my stomach for both my pregnancies and never thought about it. I do wonder now that you brought this up. It will be interesting to see what others think."
With my careful use of my custom barrier system that I have described here in this forum, I have failed. about day 5 the itching becomes more than a distraction.
tonight I pryed up the upper side of the whole barrier sensor system and…"
"Usually the peel up is a result of applying it too soon after using an IV prep wipe, or with skin that is not freshly clean and dried. After using the IV prep wipe on clean skin it is recommended that you wait 1 minute before applying the I-3000…"
"I have heard of the Bard Barrier wipe and I have never tried them. I have also heard of people not having success with them.
A wipe that leaves a magic protective barrier does not sound like it would have the reliability of solid bandage shiel like…"
"I've had mine for a couple of years without a problem. Are you making sure your skin is completely dry before applying? I had trouble with that. I'd use Bard or a barrier wipe, and then not wait until the skin was completely dry. Also, I…"
"I have some of the IV3000 bandages but after wearing them for less than an hour, they start to peel up. If I take a shower, they just roll into a ball. I wonder if they go bad? I have had them for just over a year. Seems unlikely but you never can…"
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