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Re: [IP] Omnipod and hot weather



no cooking of insulin to worry about. . No different than any other pump
that has a cartridge filled for 3 days.

I love my pod! Its been a great solution for me



On Wed, Jun 3, 2015 at 1:10 PM, MelanieTribeca <
email @ redacted> wrote:

> Hi John-
> I havenb t had any issues with the insulin cooking.
>
>  I do have some issues with keeping the pod stuck on for 3 days when it is
> particularly hot and humid and Ib m exercising. Mastisol and skin tac are
> two
> glues that can help keep it on. I currently use mastisol under the pod. I
> wait
> for it to dry enough to become tacky before attaching the pod. I then end
> up
> using tac away to remove the pod at the end of the three days, although I
> do
> still lose an occasional pod to humidity.
> Melanie
>
> > I think I may give the Omnipod a try.
> > So my question is about hot weather, say 90 or more.
> > Will that cook the insulin over 3 days?  Will the adhesive hold for 3
> days?
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