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Pump number five

Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by pianoplayer4, Apr 30, 2013.

  1. pianoplayer4

    pianoplayer4 Approved members

    Feb 13, 2010
    I was really hoping that pump #4 would last a little longer=( but I had to talk to animas today due to the button pad peeling up (this is after I had it replaced a year ago for the same thing and they claimed to have fixed the problem.)

    I'm getting a little frustrated with animas...my ipod has lasted my longer than all my insulin pumps=(
  2. Helenmomofsporty13yearold

    Helenmomofsporty13yearold Approved members

    Oct 5, 2008
    DD is on Medtronic pump number 4 or 5 (can't keep track) in 5 years. Luckily for us they replace them very quickly. Good for you with the Ipod. DD's have not made it through the laundry, jumping into lakes, being dropped too many times, etc.:eek:
  3. Nancy in VA

    Nancy in VA Approved members

    Jul 16, 2007
    Wow, Emma's been on the pump she has for about 3 years, and the one before that, almost 3 years as well and we've never had problems like that. We did return one because we were having weird bolus / basal problems and we both thought best to replace it.
  4. Michelle'sMom

    Michelle'sMom Approved members

    Aug 21, 2009
    We started pump #6 (in just over 3 yrs) about a month ago. I think we've dealt with just about every defect a pump can have. Very frustrating!

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