Hi All - I hope everyone got want they wanted for xmas. Just found out I am getting two really cool new diabetes gadgets! Any advice for switching to the Animas pump from insulin pens? Also, how is the new G4? I will be trying them both out soon, but just hope the frequencies dont mess up my new remote control helicopter :) HAHA!

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Comment by renka on December 28, 2012 at 11:22pm
I,just switched from pens to the animas ping last year and overall I'm pretty happy with it. It will just take a little bit to get used to but not long. Just listen to your nurse and learn as you go! Good luck! My a1c went for 9.49 to 7 in three months on the pump!
Comment by Bram on December 29, 2012 at 4:56pm

Thanks Renka! great news on your A1C.

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