Started back on the Omni system today after a failed run 2 weeks ago. New basal program and all. Endo visit was great, and the G4 impressed the heck out of everyone. I was asked to do a finger stick to "train" on the PDM for the Omni Pod. PDM read 117 and when I pulled out the G4.... yup 117.

Anyway, pod went on, and I went to Karate about 6 hours later where my pod immediately fell off. Apparently 100 jumping jacks and 80 push ups (not to mention the planks) were just too much with no support. So I get home, change the pod, bolus for my food... and that's when the screamer hits. It said I made it through my 6 units, but I'm sitting here now waiting to see how true that is. Still, I'm positive about it. From the time the pod went on at 3pm until karate (8:10ish) it was delivering well, and I ate a 20g snack and it bolued perfectly.

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