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At 12:15am on February 10, 2011, Kelly said…
UCI, great school and in a beautiful area!
At 11:58am on January 28, 2011, Richmatik said…
Nice to see another technical user that takes advantage of technology to help them manage! :)
At 8:21am on December 30, 2010, Doris D said…
Your Welcome! Hope you had a GREAT DAY!
At 11:24am on December 28, 2010, Linda G said…

Greetings FHS...
Best Wishes on your Special Day....and on the next 364 days!
How's it all going? Do you have any questions or comments?
At 8:02am on December 28, 2010, Doris D said…
At 5:43am on December 28, 2010, Marie B said…
Happy Birthday, and thanks for being here!
At 4:04am on December 28, 2010, Pauly said…
Happy Birthday.  Enjoy your day.
At 1:32pm on December 16, 2010, Marlon said…

Yes I really like the pod much easier than the traditional pump. Thanks for checking up on me. Happy Holidays!!!! :-)

At 12:54pm on November 11, 2010, Mike W said…
Thank you Fred! We are all in this together and it's great to have the benefit of others' perspectives.
At 8:20pm on September 13, 2010, caprifoglio said…
Yes, sorry to reply so late, had to take a break from everything online. How's it going? First official day for LAUSD, eh?
At 6:59pm on September 8, 2010, caprifoglio said…
I know I do like cloudy days, but I think that having lived here now for 12 years in October, I've been a little "So-Calified." Oh sun, come back! :)
At 12:01am on September 8, 2010, caprifoglio said…
I can imagine! It feels like fall, doesn't it? Did summer really ever happen this year? Hmmm...
At 11:27pm on September 7, 2010, caprifoglio said…
What's going on, FHS? Are you enjoying our cool and clouds?
At 11:17am on September 5, 2010, SF Pete said…
I found the increasing the basal rate to be a little counter-intuitive as well. I had been reading that most people do dial it back. At 3 in the morning the Dex would tell me that I was over 180. I actually had to go from .7/hr to .9/hr from 2 to 6:30. YMMV. When I was on Lantus I would drop between 2 and 3. For me, Lantus had a peak about 6-8 hours after injection. I frequently get condensate in the viewing window. The longer I wear the pod, the more I find I'm able to get through three whole days. Rock on!
At 8:10am on September 5, 2010, Steve D said…
I'm sorry, brain fart! It was the late 70's! (I am too old to even calculate how old I am!)
At 8:09am on September 5, 2010, Steve D said…
Cool, I wish I had had more teachers like you back in the '80's, when I was there!
At 1:01pm on September 4, 2010, SF Pete said…
I've got three boxes of syringes and a box of micro-fine pen needles. I know the feeling. :) It is a complete paradigm change. Between the Dexcom and OmniPod I've been able to tighten my control. With the Dexcom I went from 6.8 to 6.1. I just did one of the Bayer A1C Now tests and I was 5.9. Except for the really bad 25 which was self-inflicted, I've been able to avoid extreme lows and highs. The Dex is the real heavy hitter.
At 12:48pm on September 4, 2010, SF Pete said…
I was pretty lucky. Based on my TDD they figured my initial basal rate at .7 u/per hour. I find that at night between 2 and 6 I need a higher rate. There is a little settling in process but you're good on your feet. Dexcom is going to be your best friend. It makes basal testing almost painless. :)
At 11:57am on September 4, 2010, Steve D said…
Wow...tough crowd, 9th and 10th graders. You must have ALOT of patence!
At 10:31am on September 4, 2010, SF Pete said…
How goes the pod experience? Liking it? I hope.

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