Well I just started on my minimed 722 pump, hopefully all goes well and it really adds flexibility to my eating and just makes it all around easier!

and wow that thing is a big needle, way bigger than my pen.

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Comment by Karen on February 26, 2008 at 7:18pm
it adds flexibilty and can easily add weight, be careful but also enjoy and congrats to you :)
Comment by Shawn-ATL on February 27, 2008 at 10:45am
Congratulations. I just started with my 722 last week and I cannot believe the changes in managing things versus MDIs. Yes, the needle is bigger than a BD needle, but it's only every few days. I, actually, didn't notice any difference with the infusion needle compared to a regular syringe.
Comment by Joe on February 28, 2008 at 7:18am
Marc corgrats and best of luck for your start-up! I have been using my 722 for 2 years and would really never want to go back!

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