Ds 14 is going through pump training. Last Thursday the CDE was having trouble inserting the Inset Infusion set. After the third try my son was getting nauseous. We took a little break and had snack. On the fourth time it worked but my son thought he was going to puke and wanted it removed immediately. The adhesive was bothering him as well. He said it was because he sucked in his already thin stomach and then when he relaxed it was way too tight. Fast forward until today. We went back for more training. He inserted the Inset on his own and then the nausea hit again. He had to lie down on the floor again (gross, I know!). I told the CDE that we would do the insertion at home when he could be distracted by a computer game. He is supposed to go "live" with insulin next week. That is a little hard to do if he wont leave the stupid thing in! Any advice? The CDE suggested trying an arm site. He has never taken shots in the stomach, it has always been the arm or leg. I think he would like to use his stomach. He did say that the adhesive didn't bother him this time because he didn't suck in his gut.