I put in a new Omnipod on Friday. By Saturday, it was hurting pretty bad. This is not uncommon for me; depending on how badly it hurts and how much insulin is left in the pump, I usually "stick it out" because it's a huge waste of insulin to toss pods before they're depleted. By … Continue reading What an infected pump site looks like
that thing where you realize your back up insulin has been expired for over a month.
Part 6. For Part 5, click here. For Part 4, click here. For Part 3, click here. For Part 2, click here. For Part 1, click here. I have the world’s greatest endocrinologist. She is the world’s greatest endocrinologist for a million reasons; many of which you will hear about as I continue with this … Continue reading What. Just. Happened: The (world’s greatest) Endocrinologist (Part 6)
Part 5. For Part 4, click here. For Part 3, click here. For Part 2, click here. For Part 1, click here. All told, I spent two nights in the ICU, and three days in the hospital. This comprised: Dozens of visits by social workers, nutritionists, endocrinologists, diabetes educators, doctors, residents and nurses 4 diabetes … Continue reading What. Just. Happened: Out and In (Part 5)