Well I got THE call. Omnipod has approved me and the PODs are on the way. I'm a little scared, but also excited. I'm tired of sticking myself any time I want to put something in my mouth. I'm hoping I can get used to the POD and move on with life.

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Comment by Denise Bevard on July 30, 2008 at 6:52am
Best of luck,I am sure you will find pumping much better than MDI's. I dont use the Omnipod, but going to the pump sure made a posotive change for me!
Comment by Cindy on July 30, 2008 at 1:43pm
I am anxious to hear how you like it! I am currently researching and debating between various pumps. Omnipod is definitely the frontrunner, as I'm terrified of dealing with cords. I hope you have a great experience.

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