Abbott has stopped making the traditional freestyle navigator strips that are used with the Omnipod. They have been replaced by the new Freestyle Butterfly strips. These strips are not FDA approved for use with the Omnipod, and many users are reporting inaccuracies when using the new strips vs. the old strips, or any other test strip and meter. Here are a few examples: Omnipod with butterfly strip BS 50 Omnipod original freestyle strip BS 89 Butterfly strip with Freestyle meter 91 Accucheck meter and strip 92 This is just one example of the inaccuracies we have noted. If you call Abbott, they will refer you to a person who will try to track down old strips to use with the Omnipod until they resolve this issue. We just received a 3 month supply of butterfly strips, and our mail order pharmacy does not have any more of the old ones. They have instructed us to buy a freestyle freedom and test with the new strips, and manually enter the bs into the Omnipod. This is so frustrating, but scarier yet, they are not notifying Omnipod customers that this is going on. But call them, and they are well aware. Please double check your blood sugar readings if you are using these new strips with the Omnipod.