Can you see it now?
Today was the first time since Isaac started using the Omnipod that we changed his pod before we absolutely had to because of a low reservoir-(you have a window of eight hours after the pod expires to change it-we usually change it within an hour of that time.) Today we changed it about 3.5 hours after it expired. (It may have lasted a few more hours)We have the pod set to alarm when there is 10 units left. We had much less than that left we when changed it. I usually fill the pod with the least amount of insulin needed to prime it-apx. 85 units.... He has been on the pod for 14 months.
Times-they are changing.
It seems not so long ago that he was hardly taking a total of 4 units in an entire day. I know as he grows it will continue to be more-especially throughout puberty/growth spurts.
Thank you Lord for insulin :)